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Lady Pamela's Tea Parlor

Monday, May 17, 2010

The 3rd Teapot & Tea Things Tuesday


Welcome to the 3rd,

 'Teapot And Tea Things Tuesday'!..,


TRUE SKY BLUE TEA

Tea is almost ready. Do make your self comfortable.  The dainty scones are browning up in the oven.  I will put a grand dollop of creme fraiche in the  glass. Let's chat while I set out the dishes. How has your weather been since we last spoke?  Our weather has been so pleasant the last few days.  The sun has been warm and the sky blue, a true blue.  That inspired me to choose my petite blue teapot for this week, to share with you.  What did you use for your inspiration?
THIS IS A SHARED MEME WITH WANDA AT PLUMED PEN.

I am setting up tea on my luggage table.
I found these matching suitcases at a tag sale a number of years ago.  It didn't seem to have enough surface area so we found a piece of tempered glass to top it.


The tea set was a Christmas present from my son a few years ago.  He was undecided as to what I would like.  I think he figured it out just fine.

Antique Blue by MAXWELL & WILLIAMS


Antique Blue by MAXWELL & WILLIAMS






A funky martini glass to display creme fraiche centred on a small plate that will present the scones.
Or perhaps for lemon slices for the discerning taste buds.







The plate has been re-created from a china pattern from the Titanic.
Click on plate to see full description.


Gold and White ~ How regal
The three sisters were found at an estate sale for $5.00 each
How could I resist?
It was challenging to find the right teacups to compliment the busy-ness of the blue floral pattern of the teapot.  The simplicity of the white and gold worked the best.



                                               (No Name) Fine Bone China ~ STANLEY EST - 1875
                                                                       England


                                            Regency ~ ROYAL ALBERT CROWN CHINA
                                                                                                               ENGLAND

I am so glad you stopped by.  I love to hear your comments. Looking forward to seeing what inspired you this week.

I will be visiting the other lovely tea ladies at:
~Tabletop Tuesday @ astrollthrulife.blogspot.com




~Wednesday Tea For Me And Thee@ http://silkenpurse.blogspot.com/










Thanks for coming by for a visit!~ 'Teapot And Tea Things Tuesday' is is a meme shared by Pamela , a.k.a. /Paper Butterfly and Wanda Lee, a.k.a./ Silken Purse

27 comments:

  1. Beautiful tea pot and tea cups. Love it all! Thank you so much for sharing it with us. I can't wait to see what you are going to share next week. Blessings, Martha

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  2. Both sets are gorgeous! And what great finds!

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  3. Hello! I came from Martha's Favourites blog...and I've signed onto your link here!

    I love your tea post...that luggage table is so charming! Do come by and visit with me as well....I'm your newest follower and if you like what I do, you just might decide to follow me too!
    there...that's my poetic expression for the day! lol

    ciao bella
    creative carmelina

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  4. Hello, what a charming vignette you have displayed for us today. Just lovely :) Have a wonderful Teacup Tuesday Day!! Warmest, Brenda

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  5. Hi Pam,
    It's nice to 'meet' you. I see you are a Canadian also and we both enjoy a tea! Your blue tea set is lovely and the other teacups are all so charming. The luggage table is wonderful and so unique. I'm so glad you stopped by and introduced yourself. I am signing up to follow so we can stay in touch. Thanks for joining me for my Tea Time party and I wish you a beautiful day.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  6. Hi Pam!
    I came over from Martha and Terris Teacup Tuesday and love all you've shared today!
    Your photos are exquisite and I love how you have captured all the sparkles!!
    Hope to visit again next tuesday!!!
    Lynn

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  7. Hi Pam, I was just re-reading the comment you made on the Spiritual Sundays blog and decided to come pay you a visit. The tea was delightful. Everything was so pretty. The weather is really warming up now here in Arizona. Still not quite to the 100 mark but it will be soon.
    Hope you're having a great week.
    Charlotte

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  8. Pamela, Your mixing and matching looks great! Love the Titanic reproduction plate and your antique teaset - so pretty. The fleur de lis cups are pretty and go well with those lovely saucers! I also love that little spoon in the martini glass, Pamela! Beautiful teascape today!

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  9. I love the Antique Blue by MAXWELL & WILLIAMS ~ That is so lovely!! I must say I was just swooning a bit over your table made with the suitcases! I will be on the hunt for some vintage ones now~ lol...I have a train case or two and love them!~Happy Tuesday, Theresa

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  10. Lovely! And here in California it is cold and gloomy today...just perfect for a wonderful tea...and scones...thanks, just what I needed.

    bunny

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  11. What a lovely tea vigenette!!

    I love the table you created out of the suitcases!! And the tempered glass on top was a great idea!!

    Your china is just gorgeous!!

    Debbie

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  12. WOW!! just beautiful girl...love the suitcases turned table...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  13. Oh I love all the tea cups, but the Stanley tea cup and saucer are my favorite! Gorgeous.
    Thank you so much for sharing with us today.
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  14. So pretty and delightful! I love it all. Really love how you have the set up on the vintage suitcases. Be blessed. Cindy

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  15. Dear Pam,
    I am so glad you visited my site today - it led me to your site!! All I can say is the name of your blog says it all...a true breath of fresh air! I am in awe over your gorgeous tea items! I am now following your blog and I posted on today's tea party!
    Thank you for the lovely words about my beloved Kitchenette girls - they are truly a talented group of young ladies! I adore them! If you get a chance - peruse my site for past posts about the Kitchenettes' adventures! I am looking forward to visiting with you and the darling Wanda Lee every week!
    Blessings to you - Concetta

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  16. Blue and white always looks so elegant;undoubtedly why the Titanic had it commissioned for her. Using the regal gold cups added so much to the ambiance.
    Loved your setting and well - your tea table makes me think that after tea you will be heading off abroad on your Gran Tour. Just move the glass and your all packed & ready to go.
    Got to run myself, don't want you to be late either. Bon Voyage.
    Hugs,
    Penny

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  17. I had to laugh when I saw your "table" because I thought of my grandkids and how when they come over I have to take all my glass tabletops and hide them. They are always climbing and knocking things over!! Very pretty teapot--love it. Charming teacups!

    nannykim at http://spindlecottage.blogspot.com/

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  18. Your suitcase table is just awesome, but your tea china is breathtaking. So petty. This is truly stunning. Hugs, Marty

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  19. Thanks so much for coming to visit and for hosting a tea party!!
    Hope to be back next week,
    Suzy

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  20. If you don't mind I'll take the window seat...and the funky martini glass. LOL The tea items are so pretty. Thank you for sharing. Connie

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  21. such lovely setting and very unique and rare collection you have! thanks for sharing and have a good week!

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  22. What a beautiful blue tea set..the pattern is so lovely. Thanks for sharing with us!

    Miss Bloomers

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  23. Oh my, this is not good. I am seriously coveting your tea pot and the accompanying sugar and creamer. They are about the most beautiful I have seen~ lovely beyond words!

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  24. Wow such a lovely tea setting. It all looks so inviting.

    Jocelyn
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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  25. Very nice vignette. Love your teaset and - of course - the little silver spoon.
    Greetings, Johannae

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  26. Stunning "teascape"! So many beautiful pieces...

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