Friday, September 6, 2013

Pretty in Pink

In an earlier post I mentioned about how I used to be all blue and white in home decor.  Opening Across the Pond Tea Shop brought out my pinks and greens!  Tea just seems so right when served up in a cuppa with pink roses, don't you think?


I love this Royal Albert "American Beauty" pattern that I have in the shop on consignment for only $18.  It is a lovely vintage piece that boasts two stunning pink American Beauty roses against a white background with gold trim in the Malvern shape.


And, speaking of "American Beauties" - here's a charming Victorian lady carrying herself with great elegance.


She's a Franklin Heirloom Doll decked out with great elegance in pink and cream satin and taffeta, accessorized with a pink cameo choker and crowned in a glorious Gibson Girl hairdo.


Her placid expression is "Dignity" itself, as she appears to welcome you to tea for the afternoon.

"Why, thank you very kindly, milady," I say with a polite nod, "Tea sounds delightful!"

Perhaps she will serve mine in the Royal Albert with roses.  An "American Beauty" served by an "American Beauty."


Sharing Pretty in Pink this week with Beverly's Pink Saturday at How Sweet the Sound.

P.S. If you would like information on ordering any items featured in my posts, please click on the "About Me" or "About My Shop" tabs above and scroll down to contact me.  I will be happy to hear from you and help you in any way I can.  Cheerio!  Karan  

4 comments:

The Porcelain Rose said...

Visiting from Pink Saturday!
Love the vintage tea cups.
I have a passion for vintage china and especially LOVE the ones with roses!
I am now following. Hope you will visit and follow me back.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Elizabeth
The Porcelain Rose

~Michelle~ said...

Lovely post...I too use to be evrything blue and white until I found shabby now everything is pink and flowerry. HPS Michelle

Jil~Say It With Roses said...

I do love that cup and saucer! And, yes! tea does better in a beautiful cup!
Love the "lady", too!
♥ JIl

Anonymous said...

Absolutely love anything pink. Great post. Thanks for sharing!! I will be in this week. That beautiful teacup may have to come home with me.
Michelle