Blue Willow Teapot
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HIC’s Porcelain Blue Willow Teapot depicts the popular and highly collected Blue Willow dinnerware design. Originating in England, circa 1780, this richly illustrated design, featuring a weeping willow, pagoda, bridge and lovebirds, portrays the Chinese legend of a wealthy man’s daughter who’s fallen in love with her father’s clerk. The father pursues the newly eloped couple through his garden and onto the bridge where they transform into lovebirds and fly off beyond his reach. Whether serving a afternoon tea or entertaining for the holidays, Blue Willow is casual enough for use every day, yet elegant enough for those special occasions. This beautiful 16-ounce teapot is perfect for enjoying loose leaf teas, chai, spiced cider, mulled wine, and other favorite hot beverages. Crafted from fine-quality porcelain, its natural heat-retaining characteristic to help keep beverages warmer longer. The easy-hold handle offers a comfortable grip for secure service and it’s microwave safe for quick reheats. Simply measure in the loose tea, slowly pour in hot water, then set the lid on top. Allow tea to steep no less than 3 minutes so that the natural essential oils are released for a perfect infusion of aroma and flavor. Once desired brew strength is achieved, hold the lid in place and pour a cup of tea. A great gift for art enthusiasts and tea lovers, or hostess gifts. A tradition since 1957, HIC Fine Porcelain is safe for use in the microwave, oven (to 500-degrees Fahrenheit), and freezer. Easy to fill, easy to clean. Dishwasher safe for easy cleanup. Not intended for direct flame contact.
One of Churchill's most famous and timeless collections, Willow tells the story of two lovers turned to doves. These pieces are classic and encompass the traditional feel that has made Willow world famous.
Blue & White Willow Dinner Serving Churchill England Teapot, Dinner Plate, Serving.
A month ago I did a promotion called Christmas in July – Cancun Style and my friend Daisy Banks from England joined me with her book Christmas Carols . Today I’m Ranting and Raving about her newest book. Thank you, KaLyn, for your kind offer to help me celebrate the release of my new book Christmas Carols , published by Liquid Silver Books on the 10 of August. I know readers might think it a little odd to be thinking about Christmas in August but in Victorian England, where my story is set, people were used to starting their Christmas preparations early. My grandmother knew about the preparations made below stairs in a big house to make sure Christmas ran smoothly for the family and the servants. This involved the kitchen staff making and storing the sauces and pickles used to add flavour, spice and interest to Christmas celebration meals both up stairs and below. One of the Christmas favorites which could be made in late summer and matured ready for Christmas is Elderberry Chutney. This is a recipe you could try if you wished and will be mature in time for both Thanksgiving and Christmas. This recipe makes about one and a half pounds of chutney. 2 pints of elderberries. 4 oz of demerara sugar. 1 pint of cider vinegar or good malt vinegar. Wash and pick over the elderberries. Put all the ingredients in a large saucepan and stir over a low heat until the sugar has dissolved. Cook until all the ingredients are soft, stirring from time to time. Continue cooking until the consistency is thick. You can tell it’s ready when you draw the spoon across and the mark doesn’t immediately fill with liquid. Meanwhile chose small jars with vinegar-proof lids. Jars with plastic lids work best. Don’t use paper lids because the vinegar can evaporate through them and the chutney will dry out. Don’t use metal lids because the vinegar corrodes the metal. Put your washed jars in a cool oven to dry and warm. Fill the warmed jars nearly to the brim with hot chutney and put the lids on at once. Label and date jars and store in a cool dark place until you wish to use. This recipe will last a long time if correctly covered. Pickles feature in Christmas Carols as part of an impromptu meal shared by Alice and Stephen at the end of a snowy walk. Alice readied a willow pattern serving plate with several thick slices of fresh bread and butter, cut the pork pie into bite size sections, some rather larger than others, those would be his. As an accompaniment she ladled out a bowl of pickles and put the lot on a tray with some small plates and cutlery. The kettle sang, and she made tea in her best teapot, got down her best cups and saucers, milk jug and sugar bowl. A tea tray ready too, she took it into the parlor. Tea, and I’ll go and get our meal once I’ve poured you a cup. Will Blue want anything. ” she said as she poured tea for Stephen. “A bowl of water will see him through until we get home. “Of course, I’ll bring some for him. ” She took the tea over. “Here, I hope this warms you up. There is a small table by the side of the armchair. If you feel down to your left, you’ll find it. You can put your cup there if you wish. “Oh, I’ve thawed out now, and thank you. I’ll just fetch the food and some water for Blue. ” She went back to the kitchen, found a low-sided basin for the dog and filled it with water. With that and the tray with their hasty made meal, she went back to the sitting room. “Alice, is it all right for Blue to be in here. I don’t want him getting used to your finest rug. She set the tray down. “It’s quite acceptable for Blue to be in the parlor. I’d not make him sit in the hallway in the draughts. I’ll put his water down here. Blue, water. “Perhaps he’ll want some later. ” She poured a cup of tea and sat on the straight-backed sofa opposite the hearth. She picked up her cup and sipped the hot liquid. Please, tell me when you’ve finished your tea. I can pour more or we can eat, everything is ready. ” A smile rose as he lifted his cup. He had smiled so often since she sang in the church and his smile had her hanging onto his words. When he smiled, Mr. Stephen Grafton had to be the most attractive man she’d known since…. Source: Rants and Raves by KaLyn Cooper
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