Monday, September 15, 2014

Vintage Royal Albert Enchantment China and a pretty afternoon tea

One day I spied some Royal Albert Enchantment china on Pintrest. It was so pretty and I was immediately  smitten.

It didn't have a name or even brand in the comments, but I searched and searched and finally found it.

I don't use it everyday, but now and then I pull it out. The other day I made up some cinnamon scrolls and decorated them with pearl sixlets, little blue flowers and sprinkles to match and we had a sweet afternoon tea.

I think the new vintage look Christina Re forks and spoons match perfectly.

I'd love if you let me know if you have any favorite vintage china patterns or maybe a favorite pintrest board to check out.

 Linda Vandermeer is a blogger, baker, maker and author of the cookbook ' Sweets on a Stick': More than 150 kid friendly recipes for cakes, candies, cookies and pies on the go!. Published in the US the book is available at most online book stores.

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1 comment:

  1. What a beautiful post! I adore the color of the china!! Thanks for sharing!!