Monday, October 17, 2011

Break for Tea from Jewelry Making

I added photos of the jewelry I just made because some of you left a comment asking to see them, so here they are. The first one is a necklace with round and button shaped aquamarine.

I did not make the pearl with lemon quartz stones necklace but bought it from Ross Simmons Jewel Store about a month ago. I wanted a pair of earrings and a bracelet to match it. I could not find any lemon quartz with a teardrop shape so I just bought the naturally cut ones from the jewelry convention last Saturday, and then I made the bracelet and earrings today.

It was last Saturday when we had a jewelry convention in town where lots of vendors sell jewelry supplies. We like to go to this since it is only held annually, to replenish our supplies.

Buying more natural stones, fittings and other supplies got me and my friend, Debjani excited about making more jewelry. So we scheduled a session today.

After creating a few jewelry, we took a break to have some tea and cinnamon rolls.
We had green tea in my Tirschenreuth tea pot. I chose to use this because it has Fall colors. I pulled out 2 flowered bone china tea cups and saucers with similar colors.

I served the cinnamon rolls in a Traci Porter "Artesian"cake pedestal plate. I used small Prima Donna by Jennifer Brinley plates for our rolls. Both serving and dessert plates have peacocks on them.

Aynsley bone china tea cup and saucer.

I don't really know the pattern.

Staffordshire bone china teacup and saucer. They have pansies which is perfect for this time of the year.

But I don't know the pattern name either.

Here's a close up of the Bavarian Tirschenreuth teapot.

Since all our jewelry supplies were all spread on the office desk, we had tea in the family room. I wanted to have the tea outside but Debjani said it was 93 degrees so we decided to stay indoors.

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