Monday, May 6, 2013

SWEET SADLER TEAPOT


Welcome to Monday morning...don't weekends go fast? 
 Yesterday I found a sweet little English Sadler Teapot
 with what looks like wild cabbage roses. 
 I love the shape of Sadler teapots. 






 I also found another cup and saucer like one I found a few weeks back which is my all time favorite - an English "Tuscan" that's pink with rosebuds.  This second one has the name in gold which says the pattern is "Sunshine".








I hope you will join me tomorrow for "Friends Sharing Tea" as I will be sharing my newly painted kitchen table and chairs.  I am so glad to get this set back in place as my kitchen has been grand central station for our painting projects for the last several months.









22 comments:

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

SWEETNESS, Bernideen - your new teapot is awesome!

I love your tea table with its feminine loveliness....and with all your pretty and newly painted white tea cart, just wow!

Yes, weekends go way too fast. Have a blessed week.

Karen Mary Butterfly said...

Just beautiful. I really wish I could just snap my fingers and be there. The golden teacups are beautiful. I think it's just amazing to find new pieces that match! So fun!
Karen

Olga said...

Such adorable teacups and teapot. How lovely to have tea out of those beauties!

Snap said...

Bernideen, you find the best teapots and teacups! Such a pretty teascape. Happy Tea Day!

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Oh Bernideen, I would feel in Downton Abbey having tea with you in such gorgeous china! The golden teacups are stunning! Have a nice week.
FABBY

Susan said...

I would love to have tea with you with such a pretty set! I agree...it would be like tea time at Downton Abbey! XOXO

Terra said...

Your tea cups and tea pots with their English roses are very pretty.

Cozy Thyme Cottage said...

Love your pretty new tea pot!!! I like your little tea cart too. Thanks for sharing your "pretties" with us once again! Nancy

kitty said...

I love your new purchase, Bernideen. You find the prettiest things.

Bernideen said...

Thanks Michele:
I think I just enabled the reply thingy so you are my first reply!

Bernideen said...

Thanks so much! Right when I think I have enough - there's another. I actually sell many at my store but personally prefer the older ones!

Bernideen said...

Thanks Olga!

Bernideen said...

Thanks Snap!

Bernideen said...

Thanks Kitty!

Lavender Cottage said...

Hi Bernideen
I like the shape of the Sadler teapots too, a good pouring spout. This one has a pretty pattern and looks nice with your teacups.
Judith

xinex said...

So sweet, charming and so beautiful Bernideen!...Christine

[email protected] Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Bernideen,
I like the shape of Sadler teapots too and I'm happy to have one. Sunshine is the perfect name for those pretty teacups. They are lovely and I certainly understand how they are a favourite of yours. I do love your white tea cart, and I must say everything is looking lovely in white! How nice to have it all finished for the summer. Can't wait to see your table and chairs. Perhaps you'll come and do mine? Thank you for coming to tea and sharing your new finds with us.

Blessings,
Sandi

sandy said...

So lovely with all the pretty pink! Love your little bunny with the chalkboard too!

Ruthie Miller said...

Dear Bernideen,
Oh, those teacups. Love them! Your tea trolley is ready, set for a most lovely tea. Happiness is a new, pretty teapot and you sure found one. I am crazy about the pink one too. Pillows to match in the background....
Rose Heaven!
Smiling, Ruthie

Marilyn said...

Love Sadler teapots and yours is very pretty. Nice find! Sweet teacups too with the little rosebuds.

Angela McRae said...

Yes, I love Sadler teapots as well. They are "classics" of the teapot world, in my book. And you know, I appreciate having the name of the cup and saucer pattern because I so remember admiring the other one when you first showed it. There's something so simple yet elegant about it!

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Gorgeous tea! Love the Sadler teapot and the beautiful teacups - I do appreciate you sharing with A Return to Loveliness,
Kathy