Wednesday, September 6, 2017

A Seniorita and Chintz Tea Time

Happy September Sweet Tea Friends!

Today I wanted to share a precious
  gift from my sweet sis.

It's Royal Albert's rare and beautiful Seniorita pattern.

She was so generous to give me the cake plate, tea cup and sweet dish. Love it's lacy look. Such treasures! 💚 

(I remember Martha at Martha's Favourites called it a sexy teacup ~Lol. I have been missing Martha and pray that she is okay.)

About two years ago,  I treated myself to this flowered black chintz  Gracie China "Stechol" from Winners/Home Sense.  I always ask for gift cards on special occasions.

The pink flowers were a gift from my oldest friend Debbie when she came for lunch.  (Friends since grade one!)

This Sadler cube is a lime green and sweet Lanny was helping me to search for these teapots and found it at Value Village!

It's very smokey this morning and I am hoping for rain to clear the air and help the surrounding wild forest fires.

Thank you for stopping by today!

Have a Wonderful Week!

This week I plan to visit these beautiful blogspots:

Bernideen's ~

Tea in the Garden
Beverly ~ http://howsweetthesound typepad.
Pink Saturday
Ruth ~
Tuesday Cuppa Tea

Hope to see you there!


  1. That new Senorita teacup is so exquisite, Karen, and it blends so nicely with you other black chintz pieces, and your lime green teapot. Your little figurines are just darling, too. I do hope your smokey air clears up!

  2. Great tea time,love your gorgeous porcelain.Love the colors and the purse.What a charming post!

  3. I'm swooning over your beautiful Seniorita tea set! The stunning design is the perfect combo of my favourite things: black teacups and lace! I have the same Gracie China tea set, but I'm embarrassed to admit that I haven't even used them yet!

  4. Dear Karen: This tea table is so pretty - I love the black dynamic pieces and everything looks so fun together!

  5. So pretty! Seniority is indeed hard to find...I guess your sister knows you well! LOL the black chintz goes with it so beautifully. Such a wonderful and different table! Beautiful! Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea

  6. O my Karen Its all very beautiful each and every piece.. lovely post. With love Karen...

  7. Karen, wow! I've never seen that pattern, so it must be rare. And I've never seen a Sadler cube teapot.

  8. You do have lots of pretty cups, saucers, and pitchers.

    Charlotte Moore

  9. I love the bowl the flowers are in!