Pink and Rosy Tea

Hi everyone!

How was your first week of February? Have you been getting your pink on?

As I have been going through all my dishes and tea things, I didn’t realize just how much “pink’ I have. And they all make me smile!

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I wish I had an entire set of these pretty floral Johnson Bros dishes. They are just so lovely. But, I only had 3 and have looked for a couple of years at thrift stores for more. So, now they will go to someone else.

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Another trio of dishes I had were these vintage FireKing pink ruffled edged saucers. I have seen these at antique stores or online but, not for a price I would pay.

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The teacup sets and this pretty vintage glass bowl are put aside to turn into herbed candles for DTL Herbs. But, I wanted to “play” with them one more time. LOL

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There is no makers mark on this teapot. It is going into a gift set along with my herbal tea that I make. I thrift a lot for things for our business to create gift set, displays or products with all year long.

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I have had these pretty pink depression glass sorbet dishes for more years than I can count. Along with the silverware and linens, they are the only items on this teascape that will stay.

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Now go and pull out a pretty teacup and relax with a cup of tea!

I’m joining:

Make it Pretty Monday

Tea Time Tuesday

Inspire Me Tuesday

24 comments :

  1. I'm not a "pink" person but these are lovely. Some of the dishes remind me of one of my aunts ~ she had some of the most beautiful dishes and tea cups/saucers.

    Have a great day!
    xo
    Pat

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  2. Mixing and matching dishes gives such a beautiful look. I'm loving pink this month, too. Pastel pink and blue....looks pretty with Valentine decorations! Sweet hugs!

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  3. You know how much I love my PInk!! The plates are so pretty! I need to start playing with some of my dishes doing tablescapes and then donate them. Time to par down the stash again! Hugs, LInda

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  4. So soft and pretty Diann! I need to park in front of your thrift store ;-)

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  5. I LOVE that teapot. GREAT idea you're doing with it.

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  6. Hi Diann,
    I am pleased to meet you. Your pink china is gorgeous today. How do you part with such pretties? I would have to keep it all! Lol! The depression dessert dishes are my favourite too! Thank you for visiting me and leaving such kind words! Happy Valentine's Day! Karen

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  7. Everything is so pretty in pink! Happy Tea Day!

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  8. I love pink! So pretty much love everything you are showing. I have, in the past, had a couple of those pink ruffled edge plates in pink and they also made them in a turqoise color. I prefer the pink!

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  9. Just can't get enough pink! I believe your teapot is the Moss Rose pattern. I have a little sugar bowl that has Royal Sealy China - Japan on the bottom.

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  10. I love all your pink dishes! The Johnson Bros. is lovely with the pastel pattern. I am also a thrifter and enjoy the hunt and was fortunate to find a large set of Corelle in the Quilt pattern at SA for half price. It is now on my dinette table with it's pink hearts for Valentine's Day. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful Valentine's!

    Pam

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  11. Hi Diann,
    I am very much a pink person so I have enjoyed seeing your pretty setting. Love the pink sorbet dishes and the teapot will look splendid in a gift set. What a fabulous idea! You must really enjoy what you do. Thank you for joining me for my special Valentines tea party.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  12. Beautiful dishes, Diann. They look gorgeous together. Love the pink depression glass too!

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  13. I love the ruffled plate, it's lovely. What is it with 'threes" - I very often find only three of something I really want. While I used to go ahead and buy them anyway, I've changed my mindset, that only groups of four of whatever can go home with me... Unless it's something truly unique and amazing, then the rule is there has to be at least two.

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  14. Hi Diann,

    I just love all your vintage dishes! You can never have too much pink :-) So soft and dreamy looking.

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  15. I love all of your pretty dishes and you are right to keep the depression glass sorbets.

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  16. I'm liking all your pink Diann and the floral Johnson Bros. plate is very pretty.

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  17. You have so many pretty pink dishes! Perfect for Valentine's day! Love your Moss Rose teapot! I've been collecting them for years. Also I have a set of blue ruffled dishes like your pink plate. So pretty!
    ....Nancy

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  18. I love the pink! I am a pink lady and yours are beautiful. Blessings, Martha

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  19. So pretty, Diann. The rose glass pieces are so sweet and dainty...Christine

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  20. You have created a lovely soft pink and feminine romantic teatime.

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  21. All that pink makes me swoon///but I LOVE those ruffled edges

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  22. Diann!

    Somehow, you fell off my Blogger Reader. I am now receiving updates.
    Hoping you are well. I think about Lia a great deal...as always, we are praying.

    xo

    Andie

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  23. Diann these are gorgeous. Have you looked at Replacements Ltd for your dishes? They have just about any and every pattern. I found replacements for a pattern that was quite old.

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  24. hi,
    These tea sets are just fab its designs are also very unique...you have posted the perfect dinner sets and teacups for gifting some near ones.I really fond of different tea and coffee mugs..
    thanks for this beautiful blog

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