Monday, September 24, 2012

Breakfast by the Fountain

 
This morning, I decided to drink my coffee out on the back porch. The temp. in the morning is cooler now and really pleasant.
 
 I had a pound cake topped with Mayhaw jelly with my coffee.
 For my tea cup, I used this English china set by Aynsley. It is marked C 2818.
 This mercury silver candelier is right above the table. The plaque says "Love grows here. You reap what you sow"
 
The coffee/teapot is a Bavarian Tirschenreuth china. I do not know the pattern name but at the bottom, it is marked 33012. I like the Fall colors of the pot.
 Love the sound of the trickling water coming from the fountain.

 It was really relaxing out there this morning.

 Barnardaud Limoges dessert plate for my pound cake.
This is the first time I used this, usually they are only displayed in the dining room corner china cabinet.


Thanks for stopping by and thank you so much to the hostesses. I always appreciate your parties.
 
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16 comments:

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

What a lovely tea, Christine! Everything looks wonderful and most suitable for the season. I have never tasted that kind of jelly but it sure looks tasty! Your teacup is beautiful; love the shape and florals on it. Thanks so much for sharing and for joining me for tea today. Happy Autumn!

Blessings,
Sandi

Beth said...

I adore your coffee/teapot. I have never heard of mayhaw jelly; it must be a southern specialty. You are a fabulous tablescaper, whether it be dinner for 8, or tea by the fountain for one. Lovely!!!

eileeninmd said...

Christine, your tea set and plates are lovely. I have never heard of the mayhaw jelly? Lovely tablescape, thanks for sharing.

Creations By Cindy said...

Love your tea set! BEAUTIFUL! Really like that napkin ring! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I love how you take time to sit and have tea. I've been on my computer since 7am. I'm doing something wrong here! The setting is beautiful.

❀~Myrna~❀ said...

What a lovely breakfast table !It is finally getting cooler here in NC too.

Sarah said...

Sweet way to start your morning, Christine. Beautiful setting........Sarah

Karie's Chic Creations said...

How lovely. The breakfast table looks beautiful. Love the Tea-pot. Thanks for sharing. Karie

kitty said...

What a lovely tea, Christine, and such a beautiful setting.

GinaBVictorian said...

Hi Christine, What a great way to start your day. Sounds quite lovely. There's nothing like the sound of running water. Love it! Happy Tuesday! Gina

bj said...

O, how beautiful your morning coffee is. I love the teapot...thanks so much for having us over for coffee and cake. ummmm

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

You have the most perfectly gorgeous setting Christine, I adore your back yard and tea set too!
Hugs,
Cindy

Bernadine said...

What a perfect way to enjoy your breakfast. Sounds like a tranquil morning. I love that china plate. It's gorgeous.
Enjoy the rest of your day,
Bernadine

Barbara said...

Looks like a great relaxing breakfast.

Sue said...

You made the simplest of pleasures into a special occasion using those lovely pieces of china, Christine. You had me intrigued with the mention of mayhaw jelly so I looked it up. I've never tasted Hawthorne berries. This is certainly not available up here! The south has some fun and interesting products. :-)

Zaa said...

Mayhaw Jelly sounds intriguing Christine...
I must do a little research on it ( ha Ha)...Your table scape looks so inviting and the fountain sounds so relaxing ...H-m-m-m-m ...Makes me want to join you ... maybe take a plunge into the pool....

You always display such beautiful china...already the day has begun with such elegance and charm... Have a blessed day ...Hugs

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