Monday, May 16, 2011

Feeling Blue?

Hello everyone,
  Is all this wet chilly weather making you feel blue? Well, let's settle in for a nice cup of tea using an assortment of my blue china.
 The cups and saucers are Spode and I bought them last year at an antique barn in Maine.They were on sale for a great price so I happily took them home with me. 








This teapot and creamer are made in Japan and I bought them at the 70 mile yard sale a few years ago.

I hope you enjoyed feeling blue! Now, why not sit for awhile and enjoy some inspiration from the Victoria magazine while you have another cup of tea. This May issue features lilacs and I am so looking forward to mine blooming.
Thankfully,there is some sunshine and warmer temps in the forecast for later in the week,which sounds just peachy to me! Oh! wait I think that is tomorrow's theme!

Thank you for stopping in for tea and I am joining Tea Time Tuesday once again at Rose Chintz Cottage.

I am also joining Kathy at A Delightsome Life for her weekly Victoria party.

Take care,
Carolyn

31 comments:

Lounging with a Latte said...

You find some amazing things at thrift shops. I love all the blue it's very pretty.

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

Simply gorgeous! Hugs,Patti

Victorian1885 said...

What Beautiful china... we sure enjoyed your 70 mile sale when we were on the Island a few years ago! I found some great treasures..enjoy the warmer weather!

Wanda

Linda said...

We are back to cool weather and rains as well. Love the blue china.
thanks for sharing.

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Love your blue stuff, specially the tea cup with cup...so nice to have a couple of cups of tea! Simply beautiful!
Hugs
FABBY

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Carolyn, your blues I can take any time. I love that little tea-for-one set; so cute! I am looking forward to lilacs too. They're one of my favourite flowers; white or purple, doesn't matter. Isn't it a shame that the most fragrant blooms don't seem to last that long? Thanks for sharing your tea with us. I'm sure looking forward to that nicer weather they're calling for!

Blessings,
Sandi

Beth said...

Carolyn, Your pictures are just stunning! Your china is fabulous and so is your blog!
Blessings, Beth

Pamela Gordon said...

Oh, I love those blue and white dishes! So pretty. I am so looking forward to the sunny warmer days coming soon too! Enjoy! Pam

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

So pretty! That Spode pattern is just luscious. Who could be blue?

Susan said...

Oh, pretty, pretty, pretty, Carolyn. Love all the blues. They all go together so nicely, too.

Thanks so much for your visit and comment to my blog, too. Always love having you stop by. Susan

Lavender Cottage said...

Hi Carolyn
I like all your blues for tea today.
The serviceberry on my post is 'Autumn Brilliance' and lives up to its name in fall.
Judith

Millie said...

Wonderful blues! You found some delightful things at the antique store.

podso said...

Your blue spode, etc, is lucious. I could look at it all day! And your new statue is beautiful--your kids know you well of course! Thanks for enriching my day!

Kelsey said...

Oh my those biscuits look wonderful! I love blue china - it is my grandmother's favorite!

Bella said...

Hello Carolyn,
You make feeling blue look so good!
I would be in heaven at the 70 mile garage sale!!
Wishing you a sunny day or two:-)
Hugs,
Bella

Hélène Glehen : The Painted Rose Studio said...

Just perfect Carolyn. The Spode is gorgeous.

Have a nice day.

Anna at the Doll House said...

Hello Carolyn

Blue is one of my favorite colours, so, this table setting is one of the prettiest I've seen. Blue is the common theme which ties together all the different styles and patterns. It's just beautiful

Anna

Johanna said...

Hello Carolyn,
this kind of "Blues" I could get everyday. :-) The photos are gorgeous.
Thank you for having me for tea.
Best greetings, Johanna

Sharing Shadymont said...

Gorgeous china!!!

Beverly said...

Carolyn, you make feeling blue a good and beautiful thing.

Ingrid Andrea said...

Hello, my name is Ingrid Andra from Norway. I found this beatfiful blog by a coincidence. Fabulous blue china, I just love it!I have selected to follow your blog, hope it's OK.

Ingrid Andrea

Carla said...

Absolutely love your blue ware! I have a wonderful colleciton myself, but no cups...now I'll be looking for them!

Magmark said...

what a beautiful blue cups :) Simply gorgeous !!!

yvettesblogs.com said...

I'm a blue and white woman..love every bit of your tablescape.I'd gladly join you for tea.

Rita M said...

Just beautiful Carolyn, I love your china :)

Have a nice warm day
Rita

Mari @ Once Upon a Plate said...

So lovely!~ your photos are gorgeous, Carolyn!

It's been drizzling here today and the images are just the thing to evoke warm and cozy thoughts.

Beautiful collection of Blue and White (my favorite!) Thank you for inviting us in, it's always a treat to come visit you here. xo ~mari

poppilinnstudios said...

Ah, what a soothing post. The china is lovely-just love the blue and white. And a cup of tea sounds good right about now! Think I'll take a break and have a cup! I'm pretty new to blogging and find your site just beautiful.
-Lynn

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady. I love going to the thrift shops also. Your blue china is so Beautiful. I also miss your lovely comments on my Blog.I hope you have a Great Week sweet lady.
XXOO
Diane

Kathy said...

Hello Carolyn, these are quite beautiful finds. Love how you've combined them with the lovely tablecloth and cream colored dishes. I know you'll treasure them for a long time to come. Thank you for sharing this with A Return to Loveliness,
Kathy

Angie@Echoes of Laughter said...

You have a beautiful collection of blue & white china! I am wild about blue & white china too. I have a set of Spode that came from my Grandmother and I adore it! Angie xo

Gabby Hendricks said...

What is the pattern called for the cups in the third and fourth pictures from the top?