Do you see this bright teapot? Can you believe how vibrant the color is?
It is a lovely cobalt blue teapot. Did you notice the adorable little flower on the handle and lid? I think it's a pansy.
This sweet little teapot belonged to my father's grandmother. They called her Meemaw (I don't know how they spelled it) but I don't know which great granny that was. Luckily I still have relatives who remember Meemaw but I need to write down her story before they are gone. Now that I've told you that I don't completely know her sweet little story I'll HAVE to follow through with my family. Right?
I popped in a bonus too. Isn't this a sweet little teacup? Did you notice the little cottages on the cup and saucer? (Yeah, I know, I only took about 50 pictures of it.) This was made in Japan. That's all it says on the bottom of the saucer. I originally bought this for my wonderful master teacher, Mrs. D, but I ended up finding something I thought she might like better and gave it to her instead. I just had to keep this little teacup for myself.
Doesn't she look great with Great Granny Meemaw's teapot?
What stories do you need to write down about your vintage treasures? Have you written them down?
If I write them, you will too, won't you?
I'm going to the party over at Suzanne's Vintage Thingie Thursday.
Won't you join us there? Or maybe you'd just like to stop in for a quick visit? No matter, you're welcome here any time! It's always such a delight to know you've stopped by!