Monday, October 6, 2014

Tea Time



I hope you had a lovely autumn weekend.
The weather has been amazing here and
this week is looking sunny and warm as
well. We have tours everyday but one for
the next couple of weeks so I am hoping
this weather continues.
      
                                                               Anyway, it is tea time now so lets enjoy a fresh
                                                               biscuit and tea on this warm sunny day.
                                                                  The teapot and teacup are from the
                                                                   Edwardian collection made in England.
                                                                   I bought them in an antique mall in
                                                                   Mt. Dora Florida.



                                                         There are still a few roses blooming in our
                                                         garden but soon we will have a hard frost and
                                                          that will be it until next year.

                                                    This charming teacup with an all natural beeswax
                                                    candle was a gift from my friend Snow and her
                                                   daughter Harmonie who makes them and has them
                                                   for sale at Parasaska's Place if you would like one too.
                                                     They are a healthy choice as there are no chemicals
                                                    added and they look so pretty as well.
                                   I wish you a beautiful week and thank you for visiting me.

                                             Today, I am joining Rose Chintz Cottage for Tea Time Tuesday.

                                                                                Carolyn

13 comments:

The Victorian Girl said...

What a beautiful teapot and teacup! And your tablecloth matches perfectly.

Madelief said...

Dear Carolyn,

Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog! What a beautiful tea set you have on your table.

Hope your beautiful weather will continue. I believe autumn has started for real in The Netherlands now.

Happy week!

Madelief x

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Carolyn,
I am swooning over your luscious teapot and matching teacup! Some of my favourite colours are there. The green teacup is beautiful too. The teacup candle is really pretty and how nice that Snow and her daughter make them. I have thought of making a couple myself but never got around to it. We surely are having splendid weather and we see the lovely cruise ships coming in. I always wonder if those folks will be touring your property and I guess they are. Thank you for joining me for tea and have a marvelous week.

Blessings,
Sandi

Ruth Weston said...

Lovely china. Just beautiful! Love the chintz! Would love you to come and link your beautiful pst to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
Ruth

Beth L. said...

That tea pot is gorgeous. And a teacup to match. Beautiful!!!!!

Kathryn Bechen Ink said...

Beautiful! I just set up a little always-ready Tea Salon in our home. Come on over for tea, Carolyn. :)

Deborah Montgomery said...

Such rich and elegant colors, perfect for fall. And I, too, love beeswax candles. They smell so good, and no harmful chemicals. So pretty in the teacup.

Jill said...

Green and pink are one of my favorite color combinations. Your cup colors are vivid.

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Carolyn: Love the tea cup and matching tea pot you shared today. It is just stunning. Your post looks so beautiful today. Thanks for sharing. Blessings, Martha

Mom Wald said...

What a lovely green group of tea things!

Gentle Joy said...

What a lovely tea set.... I love the greens in the set... so nice. :)

Karen said...

Hi Carolyn,
Your new teapot and matching teacup is absolutely gorgeous. At first, I wasn't sure if it was Made in England because I have never seen one like it before. Sooo pretty with your deep green teacup too! Thank you for sharing such beauty! Happy October! Karen

Marcia Pilar said...

Hello Carolyn, thank you for inviting us to tea. I'm visiting from Sandi's, and could not resist clicking on the hypnotizing emerald green. Your table is gorgeous, and your header dreamy.
Much love.