I think I'll sit in the corner by this sunny window and enjoy the snow from the inside.
This is a pretty cup and saucer by Paragon. I like it's delicate green shade
and the pretty flowers inside.
A sweet cutwork linen towel.
The silver tea spoon is by Rogers.
This chair is an antique and is in excellent condition with it's original gold
paint around the edges of the seat, legs, and back. It also has flowers
painted at the top of the back.
This is a close up of the flowers. I have seen these chairs on some blogs
painted white, which I would like, but, I won't do it to this
chair because of all the painting detail. Would you?
The cane work seat is in very good condition as well.
While I'm sipping my tea I'll look through this old book of poems ~
The Beauty of Friendship.
The inscription inside the front cover. I don't know who these people are.
The book was from my Grammie's but the names aren't family names.
Isn't this a beautiful preface page? The book was given in 1913.
I love forget-me-nots.
Have you ever found leaves or flowers pressed into old book pages?
These are ivy leaves that were pressed a long time ago in this book.
Even this old photo was in the book. The bottom was torn off.
It says "St. John, N.B. July 31/27" I think. I wonder who the dapper gentleman
with the straw hat is?
The 'beauty of friendship' is that I can share these things with you!
I am joining Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage for Tea Time Tuesday.
Thanks for stopping by today.