Wednesday, June 6, 2018

TIME TO SHARE for "Tea In The Garden"

I thought it would be fun to share
with you what we got for our
50th Anniversary:



To celebrate,  we got this antique
 Ansonia clock in St. Louis and
 we love the 
colors and interesting feet.


We aren't in the garden today because
I wanted to share our clock but
believe me,  I have been there lots
lately.  I have had to pull out some
things that are overtaking areas
and move some things hoping for
better results and growing conditions


So, please take a seat
 here and 
have a cup of tea.


I am displaying some of my
chintz teacups right now.
I have a great time changing
this display for different seasons
and using special themes.




Earlier I was reading some of the
older June issues of Victoria:


Do you sometimes use a stainer
to catch the grounds of your
loose tea?  Or maybe you use
teabags or put your loose tea
in an infuser or T Sac?






Our weather here in Missouri is
much more summerlike now.  I
have been enjoying my flower
garden and already collecting
seeds to dry.  


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post to share - please link
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12 comments:

[email protected] Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

What a beautiful antique clock you have as a wonderful keepsake for your 50th Anniversary, Bernideen! It looks so pretty in your hutch along with all your other pretty pieces. I love your chintz pieces which add a beautiful indoor garden party. Thank you for hosting your lovely tea party.
p.s. I think I may have told you that this month my late beloved and I would have been celebrating our 48th anniversary.

Louca por porcelana said...

That clock is to die for!!!It is stunning...What a gorgeous Wedding Anniversary's gift!I also love your pretty chintz collection and the sweet figurines.Thanks for hosting,dear Bernideen.Hugs!

Margie said...

What a lovely clock! I also find your chintz collection charming. I tend to use teabags or disposable sacs at the office, while I use infusers at home. Thank you for hosting!

Marilyn Miller said...

I will try to do a tea related post to share tomorrow. Your clock is just you, so perfectly you. Very pretty. I am loving chintz right now and just found a new cup on Saturday at a vintage show. Oh the gardens are definitely busy right now. Just pulling a few weeds today and then rewarding myself with several bouquets in the house.

Ruth W said...

So glad your weather is improving. So glad you got a special moments of your anniversary! I love vintage clocks. My husband used to do clock repair as well when we had our antiques and tea shop. It is a dying art! Thanks so much for hosting and linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea
Ruth

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Bernideen, what a lovely find for your anniversary! To answer your question, I nearly always use a stainless steel infuser basket in my teapots, so never need to use a strainer. But I do have a teapot or two that none of my infusers will fit in, so then a strainer comes in handy.

Magnolia Darjeeling said...

What a pretty clock and it goes so well with your furniture. I love your collection of June issues of Victoria. I am just now starting to collect them again; I had so many issue but lost them in a fire three years ago.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Happy Anniversary! What a happy occasion and a beautiful clock to enjoy! I am loving the pretty things on your shelves. It's fun to change things up and display things we love...to enjoy while we drink tea! I made some lovely raspberry tea yesterday but I have to admit to drinking it cold. It's HOT here in Florida...time for cool drinks! Hugs!

The Charm of Home said...

Thanks for hosting and for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

Karen said...

Hi Bernideen,
I love your new clock. It is a beauty. All of your chintz teacups and teapot are gorgeous! Sorry I am late to link up this week. I had my grandchildren on Wednesday and then the rain set in and I was determined to have Tea in the Garden. Thank you for hosting! Have a Wonderful Week! Karen

Jann Olson said...

Bernideen, the clock is beautiful and the perfect remembrance for an important anniversary! It's just wonderful in your home. I love all of your pretty teapots and cups! Hoping to find time for tea in the garden soon.
hugs,
Jann

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Bernideen,
I realized that I missed this pot when I commented on this week's tea party! What a drop dead gorgeous clock!!! So very pretty and I adore how you decorated this shelf unit!! Your table set for Tea in front of it so charming and you have showcased some beautiful pieces....Thanks so much for sharing!!
Hugs,
Debbie