Tuesday, July 24, 2018

July Rosary Tea


Hello sweet friends !

As usual I host a Rosary ministry every las Wednesday of every month and so here is the July Tea Table.

Now, most of you know I offer to pray for you too, along with my friends. You don't have to specify for what if you wish not to, our job is to pray for you. Therefore, feel free. 

Many blessings to each of you.

The Onion pattern china is my second blue and white dishes I have, only next to the blue and white transferware.
Here it is for this July's Rosary tea table.

The two flower vases are "Dutch Delft."



This china was a gift from dear Mr. Living some eight years ago for our Anniversary #35.
The china is complete for eight place settings plus a platter, salad bowl and a long platter for sweets, I guess... except for a 'teapot' it had broken, so we got a discount from the store.
  
Meanwhile, I found this gorgeous blue and white Bavaria-Germany, "Indisch Blau" tea pot, while visiting the European antique shop. 



I also placed for this table two cute Oriental tea pots on a blue and white Onion rectangular platter from the china here.





Thank you so much for your kind comments dear friends, you always make my day !

Thanking the lovely hostesses for having me at your great parties.

LOVE,
FABBY

I will party here:


Talk of the Town
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CELEBRATING JANE AUSTEN for Tea in the Garden
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Home and Garden Thursday
www.adelightsomelife.com

Grace at Home
www.impartinggrace.com

Home Sweet Home
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Saturday Sparks
http:piecedpastimes.blogspot.com

"Anything Goes" PINK Saturday
http:howsweethesound.typerpad.com

Amaze Me Monday
www.dwellings-theheartofthehome.com

Make it Pretty Monday
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13 comments:

Tammy said...

I adore blue and white, and this is lovely!
Can you pray again for my husband, Tony? He has stage 5 PKD (kidney disease)
and is on the list at Mayo Jacksonville. Daily pain, missing work.
THank you.

Louca por porcelana said...

Hi Fabby!Your tea set is a classic!Such beauty...Really a treasure!Beautiful tablescape.Blessings to all of you who pray the Rosary.Hugs.

Bernideen said...

Dear Fabby:
What a lovely table and I so believe in the power of prayer. All your pretty blue china looks so lovely. Your tables are always lovely! Thanks for sharing!

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Fabby,
Lovely table setting and I was smiling to see your Dutch Delft Blue again.
Your Bavarian Indisch Blau is the same as my Mom used to have an entire coffee/tea serving set.
Fond memories.
Sending you hugs for summer.
Mariette

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I always love reading about your rosary teas, Fabby. What a pretty blue and white themed table you've set for all your friends.

Sarah said...

Pretty as always! Love the blue and white, especially with the chairs around your table. Perfection!

Margie said...

Your blue and white transferwares blend together beautifully!

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Fabby, your friends must love and look forward to your table settings each month. I'd feel right at home with that pattern. Love blue and white!

Sandra @ Dinner at Eight said...

Fabby, so lovely! I was entranced by the way the different blue and white patterns blended effortlessly. The unusual border of the tablecloth really caught my eye.

Treat and Trick said...

Thanks for your lovely comment. Love your table settings with beautiful tea set..

Pam Richardson said...

Fabby, you are so sweet to pray for others requests. The blue and white table is stunning with the mix of patterns. The tablecloth is also beautiful.. I love visiting with you sweet friend?

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