Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Tea Plates and A New Silver Pattern

The first thing I thought when I saw these dainty little plates was that they were something that Rachel Ashwell might own. So I snapped them right up!

A perfect set of four.

I thought they would look nice with my Old Country Roses teacups. But with the all over rose design they will make a nice mix with many other tea cup patterns as well.

The teapot is Johnson Brothers.

We also found a lovely set of French style flatware with my favorite monogram.This Signature pattern by International Silver Co. was last made in 1950. Still quite commonly found with a variety of monongrams. 

A matelasse cover makes for a nice early morning stage by the windows.

Such a sweet way to start the day!

I hope this last week of March is a good one for you!

So nice that you stopped by!


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Cynthia said...

How pretty those plates are. I just adore any china that has roses on it. And the silver. . .such a sweet find for you! Everything is just lovely, Jacqueline, and I always love how you photograph your beautiful treasures.

sarah said...

So very lovely! Those plates are the sweetest thing.

wranglerkate said...

I suspect your plates are German. They are very beautiful!

Consider It All Joy said...

Such beautiful pieces Jacqueline! Love the flatware! Enjoy Enjoy!! Blessings, Cindy xo

Beatrice Euphemie said...

The plates are so very sweet, Jacqueline! They go so well with your lovely tea cups. Beautiful silver and linens, too. Love how the morning light gives everything a soft glow. Have a lovely week. xo K

Jeanie said...

I don't think I've ever seen a Johnson Bros. pattern I don't like! That teapot has a wonderful shape! I need to do some research on some plates I have. They say Haviland France on the back but I haven't been able to find anything similar! Your florals reminded me!

Sounds like fun with a sister. Wish I had one of those!

Glenda said...

Are the plates and flatware keepers? Or will they go in your shop? I wish your shop was in my neck of the woods.

Curtains in My Tree said...

You did good finding those treasures,
I love any monogrammed item especially silver
your tea cups looks lovely with the new found plates

Debbie said...

I agree, those lovely little plates would look great with any set of tea cups, and saucers. I love French silver, too. You always find the prettiest pieces, Jacqueline.
You inspire me with your style.
Thank you for your kind words about the screen doors at Lakehouse.

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Absolutely lovely, Jacqueline! You sure do find the sweetest treasures!

Marilyn Miller said...

Your tea time is just lovely, especially with the new plates. Yes, I can see them working very well for a mix and match tea time.

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

So soft and pretty.... Love it!

JES said...

The plates and silver are stunning! I would have nabbed them too! :) What a lovely blog you have here. I found you via Shabbilicious Friday.

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Such beautiful finds! China, linens and monogrammed flatware, what else could a woman want? Love it all!

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