English Teapot Set
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Gracie China's Rose Chintz Collection, by Coastline Imports, is lovely porcelain which can complement the kitchen, dining and living room. Four Piece Tea For One, Stacked Teapot and Cup with Scallop Edge Saucer. Blue Cottage Rose Chintz with Gold Trim.
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.
This is an instructional video to help make an English Teapot Set in gumpaste using a relatively cheap chocolate mould. A teapot set is great for birthdays,.
Perfect gift for the tea lover. Each tote bag has a tea related design on front and a tea quote on the back. The tote bag is filled with a variety of six different teas by Celestial Seasonings (English Breakfast, Earl Grey, Chai, Black Cherry, Green Tea and Raspberry.) Packaged in a clear cello bag and tied with a ribbon. A coordinating Spiced Mug Mat completes the gift set. Dimesnions: Depth:6.5 Width:1.75 Length:5.5
Tea for two is even more enjoyable when served with the beautiful BonJour Dinnerware Fruitful Nectar Porcelain Teacup and Saucer Set. Crafted from durable porcelain to provide years of dining and entertaining, this heirloom-quality tea set includes two teacups featuring elegant silver and bronze floral and hummingbird motifs and two saucers graced with soft aqua borders. Pairing perfectly with the Fruitful Nectar teapot, the tea set is ideal for serving hot English breakfast tea during brunch with the family or for presenting fragrant lemon yerba mate tea at an afternoon social gathering. Blending exquisite style with contemporary convenience, the teacups and saucers are safe for the microwave and dishwasher. This lovely porcelain tea set is the perfect complement to the sugar and creamer set and other BonJour Fruitful Nectar dinnerware and serveware pieces.
Aunt is definitely thinner. Her lovely cleaner Linda, now an honourary member of the family, was there when I arrived. Linda is a huge fan of Uncle Bill. I keep reminding her he is spoken for. Linda is the person who allows Aunt to continue to live independently. She is more carer than cleaner these days. And throughout her years of working for Aunt has become a trusted companion, a confidante, a surrogate daughter. They love each other with an uncomplicated trust and respect. Their relationship is good to see. In the spring, when I spoke to the Specialist Nurse, I tried to find out how long Aunt might survive her cancer. The nurse, who is lovely, but worked off her feet, told me my aunt could well die of old age before the cancer tightened its grip. However, by the end of the conversation I knew it would be unlikely Aunt would see the end of the summer. Yet today we were talking about winter, and where we can go when the weather turns cold. As we had both wanted to enjoy Linda's company, it was quite late before we set off for an outing. Our destination was a local hotel where I had been told we could enjoy tea in the garden. The drive took about five minutes. Aunt usually feels the cold, so I was surprised when she said she'd like to sit in the garden, and laid her fleece across her knees. We were the only ones outside until we saw a tabby cat emerge from a flower bed. We sat and talked, and I asked her about how it felt to know that this might be her last summer. At 92, death could come any day, cancer or no. Seeing the flowers, the colours, the cat. A teapot which poured well, and a more than generous jug of milk, sunshine on the plants and the peace of the garden, moments to be stored up and enjoyed over the next weeks. Earlier I had found her mother's signature on the. Aunt was just four when her mother died. She was moved by the sight of the signature. I should see about taking a screen shot and storing it with her photographs on the tablet. My little Olympus with its wifi wizardry is a hit when I visit Aunt. She selects the photos she wants and I load them onto her tablet. But today's technological breakthrough was installing the Audible app so she can listen to some books. She has just two audio books for the moment. The Railway Children, and Little Women. We listened to the pending words of both to make sure they worked. I am English. I speak with an English accent. I read words and hear them in that accent. I know Louisa May Alcott was American, but all the same it was a shock to hear the ts in Little elided. Li'l Women, it sounded to me. Aunt took it in her stride. As there are nineteen hours to Li'l Women, and I don't know how many to the Railway Children, Aunt felt confident this was enough to keep her going until I see her next month. I am not so sure. The way her face lit up when we heard the first words of each book was marvellous to see. She is much more tired these days, and leaning back, eyes closed, listening to books she has loved and half remembers, may well prove very attractive. Last night I managed to post by leaving the boat and wandering the marina to find the best spot for Internet reception. Tonight I am much later, and I have no intention of going ashore again until morning. I shall have a go now, but if I fail, it'll have to wait until tomorrow. Go ahead – bait me with you L’l v. Little comment. The only one I could find is Barbara Caruso, graduate of RADA and the RSC. She sounds a bit mid-Atlantic to me. Maybe you have another version. I do so enjoy your tales of hanging out with Aunt – special moments for the both of you. Aunt has got it right… enjoying the little things right now, where she is. I love that the cat, tea, garden, and sunshine were what were important to her. I sometimes have to work hard to live in the minute and enjoy that minute fully and your Aunt seems to have that down. Lovely that you two have these times together. I admire your Aunt and I am happy that I am getting to know her, even if it is just a bit, through your posts about her. As always your words are a joy to read and I find comfort in them early this morning. Source: IsobelandCat's Blog
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