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Thursday, March 5, 2015

Tea Time Thursday #67


Happy March! Happy Tea Time Thursday! I haven't displayed my St Patrick's goodies outside of my tea room for years. Now that I have my new corner hutch, I thought it would be fun to so something different.


It was easy to fill up the my little corner of the world with tea time goodies~teapots, teacups and St Pat's things I have collected over the years. I do have a wee bit of Irish in my heritage!


I love this cream and sugar from Ireland. It's a bit rustic and charming.


A little sample of some of my cup and saucers. I just love St Pat's teacups!


Another sweet shelf in my hutch. I've had the clay pipe for years. I'm surprised it has survived. The girls used to play with it when they were little.



This little Leprechaun and Irish Miss have been dancing at my house for many years. So sweet!


One of my favorite tea cups. I love that the lady is spinning. I think she's spinning flax.



This is a newer teapot in my collection. It's Belleek and I absolutely adore the shape of it.



I like to use cloth napkins when I have a tea. There are lots of pretty paper napkins now, but there's just something special about a linen or cotton fabric tea time napkin. I even like to iron them. What do you
use when you have a tea?


10 comments:

Dianne said...

Love love love your glimpse of Ireland through your teacups and other treasures :) - that spinning wheel teacup is such a special one, I can see why it's a favorite! I have a hand-embroidered shamrock tea-table cloth, but no napkins yet (though I do have some shamrock-printed cotton that I might make up before the 17th ....) Now, how about some Irish Breakfast tea to make it complete?

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: nice sideboard. Great dishes. Great teapots, cups, mugs ... Fabulous collection. Lovely mini dolls. Keep in touch

Bernideen said...

By far the loveliest collection I've ever seen. What a great heritage and a fascinating display!

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

I love all your St. Patrick's china Linda and like you, I use cloth/linen napkins for tea.

Susan said...

Oh my, Linda. You are more than ready for St. Patty's Day! Lovely. Susan

Stephanie said...

Hi pretty lady! Your St. Patrick's Day china is so charming and pretty. Thanks for sharing with us, dear friend. Love to you!

mamasmercantile said...

Such a beautiful display, thank you for sharing. I use cloth/linen napkins.

Storybook Woods said...

Happy March, I just love your collection and can just picture it in your sweet little brown house xox Clarice

Denise said...

I am a quarter Irish and I love all things Irish anyways,whether I was Irish or not.I want to go there along with Scotland.It was a happy trip through Your post Linda.I love Your collection.

Prairie Patch Quilts said...

I love your napkin collection. I do think it makes Tea more special when using cloth napkins. But, paper ones are okay too. You have the perfect collection of things to serve a St. Patrick's Day Tea.