Monday, March 23, 2015

Tea With A Lady

Let me introduce you to Lady Carlyle by Royal Albert.
She was a gift from one of my sisters (by choice).

Tea with Lady Carlyle

A classic example of the romantic, floral tradition of Royal Albert,
Lady Carlyle draws inspiration from the extravagant rococo styles of the 18th century.

Tea with Lady Carlyle

The Lady is decorated with a highly stylized floral design,
a deep pink border and elaborate gold scrollwork

Tea with Lady Carlyle

I've paired her with a teapot with roses by Grace.

Tea with Lady Carlyle

I made a pot of Harney and Sons Chinese Flower tea.
Chinese Flower is a beautiful blend of hand plucked green tea with flowers and citrus.
There is a light aroma of orange and flowers.
One sachet makes two cups of tea.
A real delight with Lady Carlyle.

Wishing YOU well, much joy and a wonderful cup of tea!

I'm joining some tea parties in the Land of Blog:
Teatime Tuesday
Teacup Tuesday


Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Lady Carlyle is aptly named, a pretty and feminine design. I like your Gracie teapot too, matches perfectly with the colourful bouquet of roses.
Happy Tea day!

Ruth W said...

I have always loved Lady Carlyle...such a pretty and feminine pattern. So retty! Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

I love the Lady and I'm happy that have one. She is beautiful in every way. I also have the twin to your teapot and a pink vase much like your white one. Very pretty post! Thank you for sharing and joining me for tea.


Karen said...

Hi Snap,
I love, love, love Royal Albert's Lady Carlyle. She is even more pretty with your white fenton vase behind her. I have only one teacup and treasure it. Thank you for sharing such beauty! Happy Tea Day! Karen

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Gorgeous teacup, your photos are so pretty, and those roses are beautiful!
Thanks so much for visiting my blog and letting me know you did so.
Happy Spring!

Nora @ Teacup Tales said...

Lady Carlyle is truly a beauty. I'm becoming more interested in teacups with elaborate patterns such as yours. I'm a big fan of Harney & Sons teas, but haven't tried the Chinese Flower Tea. Sounds like a good choice for the start of spring.

Amy at love made my home said...

She is a very pretty lady! xx

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Your Lady Carlyle is such a beauty, Snap. I certainly would enjoy sipping some of your Chinese Flower tea from it. Your bouquet of roses makes for a lovely centerpiece.

Margie said...

How pretty! Your sister has excellent taste!

Martha's Favorites said...

I love this tea cup! The Lady is perfect! Have a great week. Blessings, Martha

Beth @ Conversations from my House said...

Royal Albert knows how to make a beautiful tea cup and this Lady Carlyle is a beautiful example.

Irene said...

She is such a lady! Love the vase as well.

Anonymous said...

How very pretty! I also love your milk glass vase. My late mom collected milk glass.

Sylvia said...

Beautiful, she is truly a Lady!

Kate said...

Thanks for the beautiful and whimsical postcard! It was a lovely burst of color on a gray day!

LeeAnn at Mrs Black's said...

I love Royal Albert porcelain, I think it has a special quality. That is very pretty! x

Vee said...

Wonderful descriptions and beautiful dramatic and lovely.

Carrie said...

Lady Carlyle is always so elegant, and your pictures so it off so beautifully! I've had Harney and Son's Chinese Flower tea and it is delicious :)

Robyn Goddard said...

What a gorgeous Lady Carlyle tea cup set by Royal Albert.

I am not a tea set collector, but love looking at the beautiful colors and patterns.

I do enjoy dishes. On the rare occasion I attend a household auction, dishes are my first go-to look at item. My Mom loves dishes and so did her Grandmother.