This photo was taken the day I made homemade soap at my friend Julie's house. That's most of my stuff you see in the background...but that's life isn't it :) :) :) Oh, in the glass was iced tea with agave syrup...so good!!!
A Bible verse that really touched my heart yesterday is....
Philippians 4:6-7 (NKJ)
Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication , with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God , which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.
Yeah, I'm so excited about another week of sharing some beautiful tea things and also viewing everyone elses special treasures. There really, truly are some kindred spirits out there :) :) )
Today I'm actually bringing you some tea things from a friend's house. I have one other tea cup...and that's it for my tea things. So I'm definitely going to be haunting some yard sales, garage sales and the Goodwill this week :) :) :)
Do you remember when I was making homemade soap not this past weekend, but the weekend before? I spyed some absolutely lovely china tea things in her cabinet. Julie very graciously let me pull a couple of pieces out and photograph them for you. Thanks Julie!!!!!
Here's a closer look at the saucer. I just love the three rows of accents around the saucer's edge!!!
There's a whole set of dishes to go along with the tea things. The photo at the top of this post is a lovely teacup and saucer. I really love flowers and roses in particular when it comes to china :) :) There are some lovely pink roses with wonderful accents all along the rim of the cup and around the edge of the saucer. Especially nice is the simple but at the same time dainty/elegant handle on the teacup.
This is the best photo I could get of the backstamp. It says "Noritake Bone China - Japan - 9729 - "Shenandoah" Click here to see some company information from Noritake about the "Shenandoah" china. This pattern is no longer being manufactured for the USA.
Here's one of the beautiful flowers growing in Julie's garden. Thanks for stopping by for tea. I had fun writing this post today. I just figured out this afternoon that I can have a whole bunch of posts lined up for the next week and work on them a little bit at a time. I don't have to do it all in one sitting. It will only be published when the "publish post" button is clicked!!! Yeah...so cool!!!! I can't wait to see what you all put out on display for Tuesday!!! Thanks for joining "Teatime with Heather" today :) :) :)
Feel free to share this photo on your blog if you'd like...or share it with friends/loved ones!!! Have a super blessed Tuesday!!!
That's the tea and the news from Oregon today. Have a lovely week. Love and hugs, Heather :)