A cup of tea, a good magazine and a sunny window.
The vase is unmarked and very old, the plate on the windowsill is
marked Germany - Reinhold Schlegelmilch Fillorvitz and the cup and saucer is
Aynsley England - pattern Sandringham.
a change of camera setting
This little table was my mother's and it folds up like a tv tray table.
It is painted black with a gold scalloped edge.
It can be tucked in behind a piece of furniture or in a closet.
The two holes are to pull it up into the folding position and to carry it.
Isn't it the neatest little table? I gave this table to a friend many years ago
as it didn't 'fit' my decor. She recently moved and downsized so
returned it to me along with another table and some milk glass bowls
I had given her! I was so pleased to have these things back as
they were my mother's and they now fit my decor!
What kind of tea would you like?
I have been posting some pictures on my sidebar of some of my favorite
places to visit. I hope you will take a look at them and may be
you will be inspired to come to The Maritimes for a vacation.
It is a very beautiful, slow paced, history filled part of Canada.
I think you'd really enjoy it here :-)
I am joining Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage for Tea Time Tuesday.
Have a wonderful day!