Wednesday, February 24, 2010

More Teapots

Hello everyone,
Didn't I tell you that I love teapots? I hope you are not bored with my teapot theme -next week.I promise I will have moved on to something else! We are still working on our 'project' and I am happy to say that the wallpaper is all removed and the walls have been painted so progress at last!
Even though I collect red and white transferware I do have a collection of blue and white also and I love this tea set.
a small teapot with it's own cup under it.
Pretty?
yard sale find
Some of you might remember this one-from Reid House Antiques.
old teapot from yard sale for $1.
Another gift from my husband.
This one is for my English afternoon teas!
I can't resist chintz-can you?
This teapot came from TJMAX. The mother and baby ornament was a gift from my husband also several years ago after the birth of one of our children so it is very special to me!
Actually, the beautiful mother and child plate was another gift from Andrew after the birth of one of our daughters-isn't he good to me!
And finally a teapot for our grandchildren's tea parties.
Wow! Congratulations to Heather Moyse from little Prince Edward Island and her partner Kaillie Humphries who just won the gold medal in bobsleighing at the Olympics!!!
Thank you for visiting ,
Carolyn

30 comments:

Sandra said...

Oh how pretty! I love your collection of the different tea sets! Stunning!
Sandra

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

What a wonderful collection you have! I love the little teapot for your grandchildren....my granddaughter would love it!~Patti

Susan Wicker said...

Carolyn, your teapots are absolutely gorgeous. Your husband buys you fabulous gifts! My goodness, what a guy! Really, it's hard to pick out a "best." They are all so beautiful! Thanks for sharing. Sincerely, Susan from writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com

Sonia said...

Carolyn,

I never tire of your collection of teapots! They are exquiste...each one is absolutely beautiful! I just oh and ah as I look at the pictures! Keep them coming..I enjoy seeing them so much! You have inspired me to add to my collection!

Miss Bloomers/Sonia

Susan B said...

Thank you for sharing your teapot collection. They are all so beautiful!!

Willow said...

I just love seeing your teapots. I have a few. I would have alot more if I had the space.


Willow

Sandy said...

These are all so beautiful! What a fantastic collection. I love all the blue and white how stunning.

Teacup Lane (Sandy)

Riet said...

OH my, you have a most beautiful collection of teapots and china. The blue and white is so pretty but then they all are.
Have a nice day

bikim said...

SO ROMANTIC!! LOVED EVERYTHING!
TAKE CARE,
ROSA

Joanne said...

Such lovely china Carolyn and what a wonderful husband you have to treat you to such treasures.

Andi's English Attic said...

Isn't it typical that I like the $1 yard sale find the best! Blue and white china is just so classic and timeless. I love it. You have some beautiful china. xx

Olivia and Me said...

What a cute collection, especially the Mrs. Cat there. I'll have to take a shot of a vintage kitten tea pot for you and send you shots.


with love,
Olivia

La Table De Nana said...

You really do take such pretty pretty pictures and have such pretty pretty things..I love the mother and child too~:) How sweet.
It's very moving to watch the winners of the medals..and the losers..A lifetime.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

You have such a wonderful collection, Carolyn. I love the chintz best but that little blue tea-for-one is adorable! The little mother and child figurine is special.
We were really happy to see Heather and Haillie take the gold in bobsleighing! Have a lovely day.

Blessings,
Sandi

Granna said...

I never tire of seeing your teapots. They are beautiful!

Peonies & Magnolias said...

You have such a beautiful collection and I never get tired of seeing them. Really love your whites.

Sandy

Jean Tuthill said...

Your teapots are beautiful! I have a few, but nothing compared to your collection. I love how you have displayed them, it's all so romantic.

Janet said...

I have the bamboo themed teapot sans cover. It is useful for plants or flowers or spoons, just not tea brewing!

Aszka9 said...

Beautiful china ,your teapots are absolutely gorgeous

Tallulah Antiques Closet said...

That is a bueatiful collection of blue&white I also have a bad habit of collecting it. Thanks for the great photos.

Monica@The White Bench said...

Hello Carolyn,
you've such an incredible collection!! I took pictures of my mismatched china to share on my blog soon, it's NOTHING compared to yours!! But it makes me happy anyway ;)))
Hugs,
Monicax.

Sanna said...

Hello Carolyn,

Oh my! My heart just stopped! I have been looking at your recent posts of your beautiful teapot-collection and they are breathtaking! My favorite would be the blue and white, but they are all special and very pretty. I could stare at them for a long long time. I think I´ll have to come back and stare at them soon again ;)

Have a nice day,
Sanna

Antonia said...

Hello Carolyn, I saw your transferware on Madelief's blog and it made me curious. It's my first visit and I think you live in a fairytale. Your home and garden, it's all so beautiful!
Love from Holland, Antonia

Carolyn said...

I loved your white tea sets, but I am a blue and white girl. These are just lovely. Thanks for sharing.
Carolyn

Millie said...

Every teapot is lovely! The photos do them justice. I like the gifts you received from your husband too!

Rhondi said...

Hi Carolyn
I am just loving seeing all your beautiful teaots. You have an amazing collection of them and every one is special. I am going to host Tea Party Tuesday starting next week. Maybe you'd like to join in. I know you like to have tea parties.
We have been watching the Olympics and rooting for Canada. Even though we now live in the US we still feel loyal to our native land :)
Hugs, Rhondi

Vivianna said...

Your teapots are absolutely beautiful. I would never tire of looking at beautiful teapots... I love them.

Thank you for sharing.

Cindy said...

You have an unbelievable number of teapots!
I am so proud of our athletes, Canada is outdoing themselves, I think. Even if they don't win a medal they have nothing to be ashamed or upset about. YAY Canada!!!
Cindy S.

Beverly said...

Carolyn, I could never be bored with anything you post because it is all beautiful.

Madelief said...

Hi Carolyn,

I am not bored with your teapots yet! If it is up to me: please go on for another week!

Congratulations to your Olympic champions!

Have a good weekend!

Lieve groet, Madelief