Nicely appropriate 19th-century, antiqued-sepia effect.Whether we are imbibing wine at a French café one day or tea from a French tea set the next, it is all good, isn’t it?
Oui! (Actually, this is not a sepia effect—I guess 19th-century children weren't as into garish colors as kids today are.)
Oh what a sweet tea set and how lucky you are to have it still! I just bought a china tea infuser mug, and then carelessly tried to carry too many item. . .broke the lid! Take good care of these items!!
These look precious to me. :)Happy ABCW!
It's beautiful. I don't own any tea set but admire other's. Well, I did when I was in kindergarten. :)http://www.36hourworkweek.com/2015/09/tips-to-do-days-off.html
Such lovely detail, and HISTORY.ROG, ABCW
Priceless ! Its sad though that some people do not feel/see the emotional value of an heirloom! Have a nice dayMelody abc-w-team)
I love the history, and the emotional value it was from your great grandmother, and a different place on the globe - all attached to this little set.
How lucky you are! The pieces are gorgeous!Leslieabcw team
Thanks, merci, grazie, danke, hvala, gracias, spasibo, shukran, dhanyavaad, salamat, arigato, and muito obrigado for your much-appreciated comments.