This coffee set is really, really old.
It belonged to my maternal great-grandmother.
It survived being in a home that was hit with bombs not just once, but twice..
I cherish it very much.
Who says you cannot have cookies for breakfast?
And why can't you sip your coffee from some nice china?
In the living room, whilst the early morning sun drops in for a visit.
I buy a fuchsia every single year.
My grandmother planted this color in her planter boxes.
She knew it was my favorite, and I was her favorite grandchild.
Oops Marilyn, Mark, the cat is out of the bag now... ;-)
There is only a very simple marking on the bottom of these pieces.
Written in gold.
so I have no clue who the maker was.
I love this French spoon.
It needs polishing.
Regardless, it makes me smile.
I won it on Corey Amaro's blog - Tongue in Cheek (which was featured in Victoria magazine!!).
Oh gosh, doesn't this lid make you happy?
Curvy, embossed and so pretty.
I fancy a hat like that.
How about you?
A pretty linen napkin.
With a lovely two tone crocheted edging.
A gift from my mom.
Using them is like a hug.
All on a silver tray.
With a wonderful patina,
and a delicate rope handing and edging detail.
Cannot wait on that first bite of cookie.
My favorite is white chocolate macadamia nut.
What's your favorite?
Thanks for dropping in.. linking up with Cuisine Kathleen's Wednesday party - Let's Dish!
Also for Tablescape Thursday over at Susan's! See you there. Be blessed.