Thursday, August 9, 2018

The Heat is Back!



Welcome Sweet Tea Friends!

The heat has returned!


The temperature is much cooler at the cottage so we escaped to the beach  for a couple of days because the nights are so very warm at home.


I still love Sadler Cube Teapots but I also have a fancy for other Sadler shapes.


I'm loving this recent find.... a vintage mint green Sadler Swirl.



Hubby has said "No more teapots."  So I've taken up golf.  He has been wanting me to for some time.  It's lovely to be outdoors and enjoy the greenery and blue sky and also a wonderful escape from life's stresses.


He's just joking because he knows I can never pass by a pretty teapot or teacup.


These two pretties are exactly the same except for their colours.


The one on the left has a greenish tint background for the daisies and the other has more blue.


Both are Rosina.



Thank you for your visit today!



Wishing you a Wonderful Week!

Karen



This week I plan to visit these beautiful blogspots:


Bernideen's ~ http://blog.bernideens.com/
Tea in the Garden
Beverly ~ http://howsweetthesound typepad.
Pink Saturday
Ruth ~ http://antiquesandteacups.info
Tuesday Cuppa Tea




Hope to see you there!



  

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

A Change in the Weather



Hello Tea Lovers!

There has been a change in the weather on the west coast and I'm hoping it doesn't rain today.


I was so so fortunate yesterday when I found this creamy, dreamy Sadler Cube at Goodwill.  It was $9.99 and had just been donated.



Hubby knew I'd found a rare treasure when he saw my face and me clutching it tightly to my heart.



It was a very lucky day for me because I had also found a teacup for my daughter in law's Royal Albert pattern Howarth.  (Not pictured). I found it at Salvation Army for $3.99 for her upcoming birthday present.  Not often do we have this success when thrifting.




The other teapot today is a Pope Gossem Rose Point which is Made in U.S.A.  It caught my eye because  of it's resemblance to Royal Albert's American Beauty pattern. This was my mother's dinner set but unfortunately is not at the cottage so I can't show you the rose similarities. 


I love it's rosed shape handle and lid.








This Chintz like teacup is a Sutherland.  Made in England. 




The other teacup is one of my favourite dainty Shelley's.



I recently found these summer-ish bobbled birdy cushions at Ross. They helped to update my white Ikea loveseat and brighten the cottage.




Thank you for stopping by today!



See you next time!

Karen



This week I plan to visit these beautiful blogspots:


Bernideen's ~ http://blog.bernideens.com/
Tea in the Garden
Beverly ~ http://howsweetthesound typepad.
Pink Saturday
Ruth ~ http://antiquesandteacups.info
Tuesday Cuppa Tea












Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Pink and Blue Sadlers


Welcome Sweet Tea Friends!


It's another beautiful day at the beach cottage. 

The temperature is 77 degrees 

Fahrenheit (25 degrees Celsius) by the water.


I wanted to share two of my very similar Sadler cubes.


The blue rosy cube has silver trim.



The pink rosy one is trimmed with gold gild.



What's the temperature in your part of the world?


The pink teacup is a Melba.




The pink, blue and white hyacinth cup is a Clarence.









Thank you for stopping by today!




Have a Wonderful Week!

See you next time!

Karen





This week I plan to visit these beautiful blogspots:


Bernideen's ~ http://blog.bernideens.com/
Tea in the Garden
Beverly ~ http://howsweetthesound typepad.
Pink Saturday
Ruth ~ http://antiquesandteacups.info
Tuesday Cuppa Tea