Wednesday, August 22, 2012

  I'm about to start my day with a cup of blackberry tea to go with my egg and toast. Yum. And....in looking up a bit about 'Staffordshire bone china'.... I came across the above video on you tube about how bone china is made in England.  I really enjoyed it.  We once toured the Homer Laughlin factory and that was really interesting.  Of course,  they were  not making bone china for the Queen..lol.  Still, some of the process  is the same in the beginning and I loyally love my Fiesta-ware too.


Each cup & saucer I've shown here has been $1.00 only....at marvellous yard sales this summer.


This one is purely ornamental...but oh so dainty.  It is mind boggling to think of all the industry going on in the world at any given moment.  And wonderful!

Philippians 4:8,  'Finally brethern, whatsoever things are true...honest...just...pure...of good report...if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.'  

2 comments:

Carla said...

Very pretty...I love all your finds. I need to go with you :)

Marie said...

Amazing teacups, Maggie Ann! I love beautiful teapots, cups and saucers and sugars and creamers of every kind! These are all wonderful!

Sorry I got so far behind with your blog! It's nice to get caught back up again!