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granada lantern - L'Aviva Home these glass lanterns are made in a generations-old workshop in granada, spain. each piece is hand forged, and reflects the influence of moorish design that can be observed throughout the region.
As far as her mom was concerned, tea fixed everything. Have a cold? Have some tea. Broken bones? There's a tea for that too. Somewhere in her mother's pantry...was a box of tea that said, "In case of Armageddon, steep three to five minutes". ~ Aprilynne Pike, Illusions
oh grand mamere marie antoinette when i behold these eye feasts i sooo miss you et su lunnches 4 le dames et su dinners por le familia. Pinned this once. Such a strong reminder of ,y grand maman marie antoinettes' tableware, glass ware, stem ware. Gives moi that warm glowly, eeling of a secure chilfhood
Tea: A kettle heating for tea time. "The cup of tea on arrival at a country house is a thing which, as a rule, I particularly enjoy. I like the crackling logs, the shadedlights, the scent of buttered toast, the general atmosphere of leisured cosiness." ---P.G. Wodehouse, "The Code of the Woosters."
Moroccan tea glasses: bright colors, rich patterns and ornate gilding are all part of the packaging in the newest trend in tea drinking. While most Americans drink their tea from a cup, these exotic and heat resistant tea glasses are seeping into Western culture from places as distant as Morocco.
Versions of Bohemian Style have been with us since the late 19th century. The gypsy culture and the Bloomsbury group active in the early 20th century have been influences on this style sometimes referred to as Boho Chic.