This is the first year I've attempted drying my Glamis Castle Roses. I am loving the buttery cream color.
This charming old tea set was one of my favorite finds as I shopped a few rummage and estate sales last week. I just added it to my new tea display at the shop yesterday, along with this sweet silver basket...
It has a beautiful rose motif inside the bowl.You'll never guess where I found this lovely basket. It was amongst the dirty tools and such in the garage at an estate sale last weekend! It was so dirty that my hand was black from carrying it around with me! Do you know what this basket is called? Some might call it a "Bride's Basket" but from what I've read, Bride's Baskets have stationary handles. This basket's handle is hinged...which means it was a "Cake Basket" used to hold petit fours. I've cleaned and polished it and it has been added to my display at the store!
This beautiful silver hand mirror was another lucky estate sale find. Apparently I was on a silver hunt last week...unintentionally!
The combination of the old silver and the creamy roses and lace is so romantic, don't you think? And this cool Fall air has me longing to sit around a prettily set table and enjoy a hot cup of tea with a good friend! How about you? In the mood for tea time...I'll be painting up more "Tea Party Today" signs this afternoon! I sold out of them quite some time ago and just haven't found the time to make more...until today (hopefully!)
I hope you are having a lovely week! Thank you so much for your sweet visit!
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