With a few ideas about get to started on how to begin celebrating the season; here it is. It is all about gathering family and friends, staying at home and sharing the best Christmas yet!
I will be featuring a few of my favourite table collections (which I think you’ll love too) that encourages you to create a relaxed food sharing experience this party season.
Under the Christmas tree, place thoughtful gifts for loved ones to open on Christmas morning – from popular and meaningful Vintage collectibles for gifting like a piece of Bone China, a Victorian tea sets and lots of blue and white and coffee mugs. Place candy and sweets in a cup, a candle, Ceylon Tea, or even a gift card.
It adds to the classic gift. Use a vintage; mix and match. You never know when someone’s vintage might be the gift that makes a difference in someone’s Christmas this year!
One of a kind Vintage tea set by Baker Bros Meir bone China. A Victorian Floral Gilded 10 piece Tea Cup trio’s with extra Tea Side Plates. Made in England from the 1920’s. Back stamped.
What is it?
More about Vintage Jardiniere Bone China Staffordshire Herb Indoor Planter Vase https://www.ebay.co.uk/ulk/itm/263333058486 @eBay
Vintage Retro atomic starburst gilded tea set. Set of 4. Raspberry coloured starburst on a white background in white bone china. The tea set is unbranded but each piece is stamped “bone china” MADE IN ENGLAND.
Each piece has a number in sequence as if were accounted for or for inventory, but no brand.
Each piece is decorated with small starbursts and gold gilding round the edges. The set includes:
4 Tea Cups
4 Cake plates
1 complimentary saucer
The condition is not perfect, but for its age its been around. Almost 70 years old. The starburst design craze began In the 1940’s. One of the cups has a tiny hairline chip and another with a chip in the gilding on the extra cake plate. They are barely visible so please see the photos.
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What is it?
Lucky Chinese Toothpick Holder
A Vintage Chinese Famille Rose underglaze porcelain toothpick holder featuring Chinese symbol; Luck.
Truly wonderful piece for entertaining as well as useful and Beautifully glazed inside.
Vintage, Bizen and style
A studio vase, perhaps
Sake, water, decanter and fire.
It’s signed by the potter.
Zen and Water And Decanter
A traditional pottery technique.
Such imperfections in Japan
Are simplicity, deceptive and beautiful.
Raised from the earth
Made of clay
Fired in ashes.
About a potter
About creating something
Are considered perfections.
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