Monday, March 31, 2008

Sharing my Tea Sets...


Sharing a few of my favorite Tea Sets....
This is part of a set of china that I inherited from my beloved grandmother, who passed away on Valentines Day 2006, at the age of 93. She was a precious, dear soul and her love of "junkin'," bargain hunting, and creativity transcended the generations. She found this, who knows how many years while yardsale'ing! (Lochs of Scotland, Loch Leven, Royal Warlick)

It is one of my most cherished belongings! :)



Part of my Noritake Azalea China...."How befitting of the South!"
I have collected over eight place settings, many bowls, platters, and other extras, but have not found a Tea Pot yet!


This is a tea cart my dad, ("my junkin' buddy"), found at an auction!
The tea set was a birthday present from my mother-in-law several years ago, by I. Godinger & Co.

"What a neat idea!"
This is a Silver Tea Pot Wind Chime that I found at a state fairgrounds flea market. The craftsman was onsite and it was hard to choose just one! I still have not found the perfect spot for it to hang outside!
Enjoy ~ ....Rhonda

10 comments:

La Tea Dah said...

Hi Rhonda,

What beautiful tea things you shared. So many of the pieces you shared were lovingly given to you by someone you love, that that makes them even more special.

Thank you for joining in the Gracious Hospitality tea blog-a-thon! I'm really glad you did!

LaTeaDah

ellen b. said...

Rhonda,
The set from your grandmother is amazing. I love all your photos. The wind chime is so cool. Enjoy...

Rosemary said...

Love your collections! I enjoyed the photo of the tea cart with the display and also the tea windchime. We have one hanging in our garden, it's more of a tea kettle, and I just love it! Thanks for sharing. Nancy

Sandra said...

I enjoyed seeing your tea collections. The blue and white tea set is so pretty. What a beautiful home, too!

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Welcome to Blogland! You are doing great, your blog is beautiful, love the banner!

All those tea items are gorgeous, love the tea cart!

Katherine

Vee ~ A Haven for Vee said...

Welcome to blogging! You're off to a great start.

I loved seeing all your tea things, but I especially love the windchime. How delightful!

Miss Sandy said...

Rhonda,
I am so glad to see that you are a part of La Tea Dah's tea party posts! Your tea sets are lovely but the chime is awesome!!! I love that bunny on your table also!

Sweet Necessi-Teas said...

I loved your teapot and spoon chime! Beautiful!

Pam said...

Loved that blue and white set from your grandmother! And the teapot and spoon chime is adorable!

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