Sunday, February 24, 2013

Vintage Rose China



"Every gardener knows that under the cloak of winter lies a miracle ... a seed waiting to sprout, a bulb opening to the light, a bud straining to unfurl. And the anticipation nurtures our dream."
~Barbara Winkler



Hello everyone,
I hope you had a nice weekend. It has been rainy and cold here.
Well not as cold as some places but I just can't seem to get warm.
I'm ready for spring now and since my azaleas won't be blooming
until next month, I found one of the photos of my pink
ones and made a mosaic for Mosaic Monday.


All of the china in this post I think you
have seen before in previous posts.









 
Thank you for stopping by.~Clara
 

22 comments:

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

The pretty touches of pink in each photo is nice for Spring! It's been warm here in Florida this weekend...it's 75 right now! I always love seeing your beautiful china tea cups! They are so elegant!

podso said...

Yes I agree, the photos are spring like. Such prettiness!

Jemma said...

Such lovely photos and such pretty china-bunny and tea cups! I was visiting Little Red House and found you! I am a new follower too!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Oh Clara your pictures are absolutely GORGEOUS- such a promise of spring, such loveliness!

Katherine Wolak said...

These are just lovely!!! I adore the rose tinted china! :) Spring is indeed upon us! :)

Hugs,

eileeninmd said...

Lovely images and china. I love the pretty flowers. I am so happy Spring is near. Have a great week!

Ruthie Miller said...

Dear Clara,
Oh, such pretty, pretty china. I love all of your pictures. Especially love the chintz~darling little salt n pepper too.
Happy day to you, Ruthie from Lady B's Time for Tea

Lavender Cottage said...

Looking at all your pastel spring colours makes me think I should pack away my snowflake dishes and bring out the butterfly china.
I like the two teacups in your mosaic and the white bunny and scottie dog.
Judith

Jemma said...

Clara,
Wanted to send you a thank you! E-mail did not seem to be functioning correctly.
Have a lovely day,
Jemma

Antiques And Teacups said...

Hi Clara. Pink and green are so spring like. Love your pretty floral and chintz patterns. They make such a lovely display! Thanks so much for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
Ruth

Beth said...

Lovely offerings today. Everything goes so well together!

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Very pretty china patterns. Valerie

Lorrie said...

Soft pink flowers are a perfect start to spring. If we can't have them outside, we'll enjoy them inside - as on your china. Very pretty.

Two Cottages And Tea said...

Seems like the nearer to springtime, the more we love our pinks! You have so many lovely tea treasures, a joy to see! Hope spring comes soon for you!
Nancy

kitty said...

What pretty things you've shared, Clara! It was a breath of springtime to see your pics.

Shirley said...

So pretty..I love that hobnail vase..and I love all your china..we can never get enough..

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

It's so nice to see roses on china tea cups before it's warm enough for real ones to bloom!

Linda @ Friendship Tea said...

Beautiful post! After looking at your beautiful china, I am definitely ready for spring!

Terri said...

Hello Clara,
I am like you lately, I can't get warm either. It is like being cold from the inside! lol!
Hopefully after a day of tea time we will be a little warmer, at least warmed by the kind friendship!
Your post is beautiful! I adore your pink and green vignettes of your china! I love pink and green! Your tea cups are so beautiful!
Hugs,
Terri

Karen Mary Butterfly said...

This is just gorgeous. I love the subtle hints of pinks and green. So fresh and spring-like. Beautiful!
Karen

Bernideen said...

Your calico border here which reminds me of a dress I had once many years ago. Your teacups and chintz pieces are lovely and thank you for linking to Friends Sharing Tea!

Michelle said...

Your china pieces are gorgeous! I'm definitely craving spring after viewing all the beautiful roses on your china pieces and reading that Barbara Winkler quote at the beginning. Happy Tuesday! ~Michelle

Thank you for stopping by and taking the time to comment. I love to hear from you. ~Clara~