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Thursday, September 19, 2013

Tea and Roses

Since it is almost autumn I want to share a tea with you - and roses

We start with roses

My friend Julee came to visit last week.  She is from Ketchikan, Alaska, but lives nearby in Sedro Woolley.  Her friend Lynn was down visiting from Ketchikan and came along - and brought me this pretty miniature rose.

Just the perfect color to go with my Sears Cattail tea set

This dish set was made in in the early 1940s; the teapot sold for $2.98 and a cup and saucer was fifty cents

Let's have some Fresh Apple Cake with our tea

Green Bakelite handled flatware is perfect for these dishes

Come, sit, enjoy, there is tea and cake for you too

And lovely roses to scent the room


Buttons Thoughts said...

Oh thank you so much you have no idea how much I needed and enjoyed this with you:) Hug B

Rowan said...

What a lovely colour the rose is. Apple cake sounds delicious but I'll pass on the tea thanks:) I'm that rare creature - a British who doesn't like tea!

Fundy Blue said...

Lovely dishes, gorgeous roses, and apple cake that made my mouth water! I enjoyed your post thoroughly!

Debra at HOMESPUN: said...

oh my now I want apple cake.

I think you have the recipe on here somewhere, too....:) The roses and little tea setting are so cute together!

Unknown said...

Thanks for the lovely tea party :).

Lmkazmierczak said...

Great combo♫ Lovely Watz effort:

Snap said...

what fun to have the Sears cattails dishes ... and the price way back when! ;) they look lovely with the gorgeous mini-rose. apple cake and tea -- yum! Happy tea day!

Bernideen said...

Your roses match your Cattail China perfectly! I also think Apple Cat sounds wonderful fall and I so glad you shared at FST!

Kay said...

The tea set is very nice, but the roses are a real knockout for me. Love those striking colors! I think those would be a choice for me if I decided to plant roses (and could keep them from the nibbling teeth of the deer).

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

What fun to have the Sears Cattail tea set! Your roses match it perfectly. A warm and inviting tea table for friends. Thank you for sharing with us and coming for tea. Blessings, Sandi

Beth said...

What a beautiful rose! Loved seeing your Sears Cattail tea set and hearing the price information. The cake looks great too.

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

The Sears Cattail tea set is unique and perfect for autumn. The roses compliment the china nicely and apple cake sounds yummy for tea today.

Terri said...

Hello JoAnn,
Your tea table is perfectly set for fall, and all in vintage items too! I love how well it all goes together. The roses do look lovely. That is pretty nifty cattail china!

Shane Pollard said...

Hello JoAnn
I just left a comment on your Fresh Apple Cake post!!!
The miniature rose has perfect Autumn tonings and matches your tea set.
I haven't seen Cattail China before - the painted design looks very art deco!
Nice to meet up for tea today!

Pamela Gordon said...

I've never seen this teaset pattern before but I sure like it. It's really unique but perfect for a fall tea. And it sure was cheap back in the 40's too! The roses are such a pretty orange. A lovely tea. Blessings, Pamela

Veronica Roth said...

I love that tea set Jo Ann, love that quirky vintage stuff. Much nicer than stuffy antiques. And this design with the lovely bull rushes is just perfect now for the autumn.