so, I thought I'd do a tablescape with it.
A couple of you wondered if it was blue or green glass.
It is really aqua in colour much like the aqua canning jars so popular now.
It's a very pretty shade and I did find a place for it in my new china cupboard!
A cup and saucer with an antique silver teaspoon. This spoon has an "H" for Harris on it
and came from my grandmother's.
I had to polish these sweet teaspoons as they were very tarnished even in their felt case.
I set the table with my turquoise linen square table cloth overlayed with a vintage white eyelet square.
The white milkglass cream and sugar set was my mother's as was the pretty transferware plate.
Love the delicate pattern on the bowl rim and side.
This is another spoon with the "H" on it. These are a bit larger and perhaps more
appropriate for this teacup and saucer. The other ones, being smaller, might
be better for china cups.
The bowls are a good size and might be nice for fresh fruit with a shortbread on the side
or a nice strawberry shortcake.
Does anyone know if these dishes are safe to use? Is it safe to pour hot tea into a cup
if I use a spoon in it? Is there lead in this glass?
Summer aqua and white with a touch of silver.
Thanks for joining me today. I hope you will also join
Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage for Tea Time Tuesday
Marty at A Stroll Thru Life for Tabletop Tuesday
Enjoy your day!