I put the table by my potting shed at home. The nasturtiums are still blooming enjoying the lovely autumn weather we have had this week.
A plaid throw for the table, an old Alfred Meakin pitcher filled with bittersweet, and brown transferware for tea time.
The teapot is a Woods Burslem, England named "Hyde". I recently found it at a antique mall in San Diego while on vacation. This beauty sat close by me on the airplane! Doesn't it have a different kind of lid? I have never seen one like it!
The teacup and saucer are named "King Tom", an American Tradition. I love to use these in November.
The little creamer, a gift from a dear friend is Midwinter Ltd Burslem England "Rural England". The sweet little angel is from my sister.
For a sweet today there is a delicious apple cake my daughter-in-law made and in the teapot Simpson & Vail Chocolate Caramel Black Tea. Yum!
Well I could sit out here forever, but I still have some yard work I should do! Although the forecast for the next two weeks is mild weather!
Thank you for stopping by and I wish you all have a lovely weekend!
I will be joining the following parties: Friends Sharing Tea and Tuesday Cuppa Tea.