Monday, April 25, 2022

Tea Time

Hello everyone,

I hope your spring is going well.
It was cold here on the weekend
but the snow is all gone and the
grass is getting green.
There are some early blooms here
in the garden now.
Our pond has a pair of Canada
geese nesting and also a pair of
We have lots to do in the garden
this time of year so I have been
even more absent here than usual.

The vintage tea set above is
River Scenes ironstone made
in England.

So, today I am sharing a few of
my teapots. I seem to have collected
a lot of pretty teapots over the years.
The chintz teapot above is 
Royal Cotswolds.

This tea set is Edwardian.

The pretty bouquet is faux
but it works for me until my
own roses bloom in the garden
once again.

This pretty little teapot was a
gift to me.
It is a Paragon.~ Evangeline.
Made in England.

A Sadler tea pot also made in England.

Country Rose by Skye McGhie tea set.

I am looking forward to tea in the
garden when it warms up a
little more.

Thank you for visiting me today,
I am so glad you haven't given
up on me yet!

Take care,



celkalee said...

As always, your posts are beautiful and inspiring. Love your tea pot collection, I also collect and often wonder what I will do if I find one more that I have to have! Spring is such a glorious time of year, enjoy your gardens, I always enjoy the beauty you show here!

Madeleine Marin said...

Hello, is there anywhere that I can buy your books when I visit PEI this summer?

Marilyn McLeod @ Pink Paper Cottage said...

Oh I love each and every one of your lovely teapots! I would collect them if I had room! My mom collected them and I have two and my sister has all the others. I DO have many china teacups I've collected over the years and love each one.. they are like my old friends! Teatime in your garden will be coming soon I'm sure! Take care.... Marilyn

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

Everything is so pretty

Laura Jeanne said...

What a feast for the eyes. You have a truly amazing collection of china!

Bernideen said...

A girl can never have too many teapots! Yours are lovely!

Carolyn said...

Hi Madeleine,
Thank you for your interest in my books. You can order them from MagCloud ....there is a
link on my sidebar. I no longer stock them here.
Hope you enjoy your visit to the Island!

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Carolyn,
Lovely collection of teapots and teacups.
The faux roses look deceivingly real!
May spring warm up soon in your region.
It was very warm here at 31°C while weeding in the garden...

Susan said...

You have some truly beautiful teapots, Carolyn. I think one of my faves is the Edwardian one. All are so lovely. Glad spring is coming and the beauty in your gardens will follow soon. Susan

Linda said...

Hi Carolyn!
I am just catching up on your blog this morning. Those teapots are a lovely sight for sore eyes! They are all my favourites! Lol I always enjoy seeing the green transferware, so rare. I adore the little doggy figurine, too. Sending love your way.
Wishing you a beautiful day,
Linda at Beautiful Ideas