And nothing's more classic than blue and white china
from England's Johnson Brothers pottery.
About 30 years ago, I fell in love with a Johnson Bros. pattern called Indies Blue,
and bought a service for 8 at Macy's in New York, and added to it over the years.
It's moved from house to house with us,
and now lives the good life on Jabba The Hutch, in our kitchen. . .
. . .where lots of my blue and white dishes cohabit.
Last week, in a thrift shop a bit south of here, I found an Indies Blue
coffee pot -- a small one -- for a really small price. Six dollars. Now it lives here, too.
On this Tuesday, it's come out to pose with its blue-and-white buddies, in a tea time setting.
My $6 coffee pot, come to play at tea time.
Care for a cuppa?
Now I can go back to doing what I'm supposed to be doing, and put the Indies Blue back on the hutch.
I've said it before; you're never to old to play with dolls, or dishes. -- Cass
Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage, and Tea Time Tuesday. Click here!
And ... it's also Tea Cup Tuesday at Artful Affirmations with Terri. Click here!
It's Nifty Thrifty Tuesday with Linda at Coastal Charm. Click here!