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Well, maybe I didn't do this as a child but my sister must have. However, I sure do love my tea now!

Harold Holdcroft designed Old Country Roses in1962.Taking both rich and soft colors he completed the winning design with rich gold stipple and a burnished gold rim.This classic pattern emphasises the full bodied and curvaceous Montrose tableware shape.Over one hundred million pieces of Old Country Roses have been sold, more than any other bone china tableware pattern.

What a perfect way to wake up {february 14, 2013 | happy valentine's day} by {this is glamorous}, via Flickr

tea party, 1930 ...pretending to be the Mother and pouring tea made her feel like she was a big girl...

Cupcakes and Vintage Crockery by saddleworthshindigs on flickr

My mother always made jam drops like these for Christmas. How lovely they look with this tea cup & saucer! #recipe

Herbal teas flecked with rose petals are equal parts pretty and delicious

I can't seem to follow the link, but I used some refrigerated pie crusts, a mason jar ring as circle cutter, some apricot/lemon compote as filling, a vegetable cutter for the center shape, a fork to seal the edges, a spritz of water and some sugar. Good!

"Mammy Sugar Art Tanabe beauty Saki teacher Sugar Art lessons ③"

teapot cake- I LOVE tea and I LOVE cupcakes nuff said :) well other than PERFECT How cute to have a tea party birthday for a little girl... Hmmmm maybe for a second or third birthday!? omg...cannot wait for my lil mamas bday...