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



7 comments:

  1. We're at 26C but it feels like 30C with the humidity.

    I think you should open up your own Sadler teapot museum. HA!

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  2. Dear Karen:
    Oh, that is lovely weather to enjoy! We need some rain here in Missouri. I love your hand painted Melba teacup and those teapots are amazing. You always share such lovely pieces.

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  3. Karen, I was wondering if you could show us sometime how you store all your beautiful tea things. Thanks
    *Smiles*

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    1. Hi Lady Pamela,
      I tried finding your blogspot but was unable to. Have you stopped blogging? That is a really great idea to share my storage. Luckily I have 5 china cabinets at my home and four at our little cottage. I am in need of another soon. Lol. I will try to post the cabinets soon. Thank you for your visit today. Blessings, Karen

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  4. Happy Pink Saturday, Karen. Thank you for always joining us to make Pink Saturdays even more special.

    I wish I was there to share the lovely weather and pretty setting.♥

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  5. Stunning teapots!!!I also love your gorgeous teacups.Your china collection is to die for!!!Hugs!

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  6. Karen, beautiful pieces all, can't pick a favorite, but I must say the two Sadlers on one table is hard to beat.

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