So, while the Mr. is out fishing why don't you have
a cup of tea and
a big soft molasses cookie.
Let's have a look at those cookies.
Don't they look yummy? I will be honest and tell you I didn't make them.
I stopped into the local bakery to buy these. They are huge so one is plenty.
There is something special about this tea time though.
Can you see it? There is a fisherman on this cup and saucer.
I believe fishermen are now called 'fishers' as there are also a lot
of fisherwomen out there too. ( Not to be confused with the little animal
called a 'fisher' which we have here in New Brunswick.)
Here is a better look.
This is the bottom of the cup. Did you ever see such a teacup?
I tried to find something on the internet about it and the rest of them in the series.
I haven't found anything but if any of my readers have seen them
I'd appreciate more information on the set.
I found this cup and saucer at my mother-in-law's.
The green depression glass plate came from my mother-in-law's too.
Ooops! You've caught me nibbling. Good cookies, I must say.
This is my father-in-law's old fishing rod and creel. I dug
them out of the basement where they've been for over 30 years.
I love the basket and have wondered what to do with it - decorwise.
I hope you have enjoyed my unique teacup tea time today and hope you will
join Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage for Teatime Tuesday.
Go to http://sandimyyellowdoor.blogspot.com/ for many other
unique teacups today.
Thanks for stopping by.