Sunday, January 28, 2018

Sunday Afternoon Tea



                   Hello everyone,

                          I hope you are enjoying your weekend.

                                             It is a spring like day here with overnight showers
                              so have no snow which is pretty unusual
                        for us here on Prince Edward Island.
  


           So, today I am in the sunroom
 where delicate pinks are
on display.


I took down my winter/ Christmas decor.
So. my Friendly Village china has been
replaced with my delicate pinks once
again.



                                                       Thank you for stopping by
                                                                  and enjoy the rest of your day.

                                                                                   Carolyn

18 comments:

Laura's Rose Garden said...

Hello Carolyn,
Sunny greetings from Ontario. I love your blog and have folded for many years now. I check every morning to see if you have a new post. I have a passion for old dishes, too. Are the plates and cups and saucers with the wide pink rim made by Myott?? They are so pretty!
Kind regards, Laura

Carolyn said...

Hi Laura,
Thank you for following my blog.
The plates etc. are made in England by Grindley.
I was lucky enough to recently get a stack of
8 dinner plates to add to my collection for $8!

Enjoy that Ontario sunshine!
Carolyn

Louca por porcelana said...

How wonderful!!!Inspiring,so sweet and romantic...Hugs!

My Cozy Corner said...

Love, love, love your pink dishes. We are having sunny weather also. Thank you for posting today. Soon we will be in February and Spring will be here before we know it.
Joyously,
Betty

sarah said...

Hello from sunny New Zealand, where we are experiencing the hottest summer in almost 100 years. Too hot for tea, unfortunately! I love your beautiful dishes.

Sandi said...

Beautiful!

The Victorian Girl said...

So pretty and sweet! Love that pink!

Nora @ Teacup Tales said...

Thank you for bringing some "online sunshine" my way. You have a beautiful collection of pink tea ware. Such a gorgeous display too!

Qra Domowa said...

Zachwycająca porcelana:) co za kolor!!

Linda said...

Good Morning, Carolyn!
Love those pink dishes. Andrew sure made a great choice in that teapot!
Wishing you a wonderful start to a brand new shiny week!
HUGS
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Betty said...

Lovely pinks, Caroline. I love roses on everything too:)
Gorgeous tulips. I've been looking through a Spring bulb catalogue which arrived a few weeks ago. Think I will order some tulips to put in pots.
Hope you are keeping warm. It's very hot here!
Regards,
Betty

Muggensteekjes said...

These pictures are so beautiful, love the pink dishes.
Have a lovely day.
Greetings from the Netherlands.
Ingrid.

Maarit said...

You surely inspire us all to create a Sunday Tea Tradition!

Susie said...

Oh so sweet. Love that shade of pink. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

One Shabby Old House said...

I never grow tired of pink and I am thrilled with the blush of it in the stores right now. February demands it don't you think? Your post has sparked a thirst so my kettle's singing as I plan to sit here and join you for tea and catch up with all that you have been doing.

Patricia Kockelkoren said...

What a beautiful pink dishes and teapot you have !
I love the atmosphere you create with it.

Maristela Guilherme said...

Louça maravilhosa!
Tudo lindo.
bjs

Michele said...

Breath-taking and beautiful pink china collection, Carolyn.

It's very snowy here so I am keeping my winter decor up a while longer.

I haven't decorated for Valentine's Day and now I don't think I probably will.

I haven't in a while, probably time to purge it.

Have a lovely week. Stay warm.