Please join Susan at www.betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com for another delightful display of beautiful tablescapes!
“Come and share
a pot of tea
My home is warm
and my friendship’s free”
Emilie Barnes “An Invitation to Tea”
This is one of my favorite Royal Albert patterns. It’s called Lady Carlyle. I have prepared a pretty table on my deck, just for me and my tea! Hubby and I often come out here in the morning for breakfast. Mid-morning and mid-afternoon, however, is reserved for me and my pot of tea. It’s my time to replenish, refocus, re-evaluate, and read something inspirational. I can’t seem to do any of that without a filled teacup in my hand!
This teapot holds 6 cups. That means there is enough for you to join me! We can each have 3 cups while we talk and listen and take in the warmth of the sun. It will just take a second to get your teacup. Would you like one to match, or one to mix?
Beautiful pink, white, and green carnations! Unfortunately, not from my garden!
The pink creamer and sugar bowl are, I am told, made by Cambridge Glass Co. around 1940. I purchased these on ebay.
The pink goblet is also vintage, but I don’t have a name. All I know is I have 8 and I love ‘em!
I hope you’ve enjoyed your visit today, and that your tea was refreshing. Come back anytime. The door to my tea cottage is always open!
Have a wonderful Thursday, everyone! God bless you!
Remember to keep “living in the pink!”