domingo, 11 de novembro de 2018

Românticas francesas e Natividade.








Obrigada pelas visitas e gentis comentários!Thank you for visiting and for your kind comments!THANKS RUTH, BERNIDEEN AND JANN!!! "TUESDAY CUPPA TEA"(www.antiquesandteacups.info),"TEA IN THE GARDEN"
(blog.bernideens.com) E "SHARE YOUR CUP THURSDAY"(jannolson.blogspot.com.br).

33 comentários:

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  2. My eyes grew like saucers when they saw your pretty teacups...but....then I saw that tablecloth!! How gorgeous the pattern and embroidery is. The teaspoon too is a beauty. Love the nativity scene. What treasures live in your home.

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  3. Once again, you share your beautiful teacups and tablecloth. I love the nativity. Thank you for sharing Maristella!

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  4. Hello dear Maristella!
    Your tea cups are so beautiful and elegant!
    Like the tablecloth and the beautiful white flowers!
    Have a lovely day and a happy week! Hugs!
    Dimi...

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  5. so beautiful and elegant series of photos.
    greeting- evi erlinda

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  6. This is the prettiest tea cup, so elegant. And the nativity spoon is very special.

    ~Sheri

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  7. I think this floral china pattern is one of my favorites! Beautiful. Have a wonderful day.

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  8. What a beautiful pattern!! Very elegant! Thanks so much for stopping by!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  9. What a pretty tea cup! Great minds think alike--I just assembled my Nativity set today. Thanks for the visit and kind comment.

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  10. Oh my Romantic indeed, beautiful china and your table cloth is beautiful with it, that spoon is so pretty, love all the small details in it!

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  11. Beautiful porcelana and metal. Have a nice day :))

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  12. Very beautiful pieces! Hugs Renata

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  13. The plates are a lovely pattern. And the silver is quite interesting, any idea where it was made and by whom.

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    1. Hi Sandi!I have no idea about the origin of that spoon.I have visited you but Google+ doesn't allow my comments...I love your gorgeous Fall post and that delicious cake!Hugs!

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  14. Oh my, what pretty china! I love the Bethlehem spoon too. It's very unique. You do have some special treasures, Maristella. Thank you for your visit.

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  15. Oh I have never seen a spoon similar to that one.
    Of course the tea cup set is gorgeous

    Janice
    I need a new tea cup set LOL

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  16. Maristella, your tea cup is just beautiful. Such dainty flowers and very romantic. Thank you for your two visits to me. I appreciate your kind words always..Happy Tuesday..Judy

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  17. I love the colors in your teacups! Very feminine and romantic.

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  18. São mesmo românticas estas delicadas chávenas, a colher é lindissima.
    Bjs

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  19. Maristella, I *love* that china pattern. What is it called? Those colors, the gold scalloped edge--beautiful!

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    1. "Haviland&Cº Limoges pour The VAN HEUSEN CHARLES Cº".Hugs,dear Jean!

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  20. What beautiful teacups, Maristella, and on such a pretty tablecloth. The nativity spoon is a treasure!!

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  21. Adorei a cor.
    Muito lindas!
    Bom final de semana.

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  22. Such a pretty tea cup, and the spoon is very special.

    All the best Jan

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  23. Mais um post, mostrando peças maravilhosas, que é sempre um prazer admirar! E com o toque final, dos seus formidáveis, arranjos de flores!
    Beijinhos!
    Ana

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  24. Hello, We have been away from home near the hospital but are back now. Here is my new email address.Mildred nalley.mw@gmail.com

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