Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Vintage Crinoline Lady Tea

Happy July to all!  We were at the farm cottage for a few days last week and I enjoyed tea in my garden among my yellow Loosestrife flowers (Lythrum).










I am using one of my vintage Crinoline Lady teapots made by Arthur Wood.  I found it at a thrift store in Appleton Wisconsin for only $15.00!





The teacup and saucer is a Colcough.




A dessert plate to match.





A romantic tin to hold Garden Phlox and a sweet little crinoline girl.





Blueberry scones to go along with the London Tea Merchant English Breakfast tea and a comfy adirondack chair to relax in for tea time.








I can't resist these pretty vintage Crinoline Lady teapots when I find one at a bargain price.  Such sweet old fashioned ladies enjoying their flower garden.


 


The round teapot is marked Price, made in England on the bottom.





The last teapot has no marking on it.





I hope you enjoyed my tea time in my flower garden and that you are enjoying this month of July!

Thank you so much for visiting!

I will be joining Bernideen's Tea In The Garden party and Ruth's Tuesday Cuppa Tea party this week.

6 comments:

Pamela M. Steiner said...

Oh my! I LOVE those teapots and all of the lovely "Crinoline Ladies" on each piece you shared today...amazing artistry..so sweet. I will have to watch for those when I am out looking...I've never really noticed any before...and they truly are delightful! I am glad you've been able to enjoy some sunshine and flowers at your farm cottage...everything looks so bright and summery. It is good to see you here again! Hope you are having a wonderful summer. Blessings to you today, my friend!

Louca por porcelana said...

What a delightful post!Your teapots are just wonderful!!!Love the teaset trio too!The sweet blue Crinoline lady is so so cute!I also aprecciate your beautiful tablecloth...and the garden,oh my...The garden is stunning!Thanks for sharing,Maristella.

relevanttealeaf said...

Dear Nancy, As always you have posted a beautiful outdoor tea party. I love your Crinoline teapots and trio. I don't recall ever seeing a teapot depicting a Crinoline lady, so you've shared something new to me! They're beautiful! Hugs, Phyllis

Sylvia said...

Nancy, Crinolines everywhere. Very nice tea set. Thanks for sharing and have a great day. Sylvia D.

Margie said...

What a lovely garden tea! I'm loving your collection of crinoline ladies teapots. I think I have the same (or very similar) teacup. Now I gotta keep an eye out for a matching teapot!

Ruth W said...

Oh how I love Crinoline Lady! And you have such a wonderful collection! Doesn't she look perfectly at home in your lovely garden!
Ruth