Tiered Tea

Tiered Tea

I’m continuing with my tea theme today and created a tiered tea display using my wooden tiered stand. I’ve collected quite a few porcelain china tea pots cups and saucers and cream and sugar bowls over the years. I wanted a unique way to exhibit them and remembered my three tiered wooden stand.
Tiered Tea

None of the porcelain china pieces are the same, but they all have similar colors  patterns and tones. They compliment each other and make the display interesting as well as pretty.
Tiered Tea

If you know me, you know by now I love love love roses and pretty pink ones melt my heart. I do enjoy white, peach, yellow and even red roses, but pink is my all time favorite, especially when they have a splash of green on the edges. Ohhh, I can’t resist them then! Most of my porcelain china pieces have rose patterns on them. This traditional design will never grow old, with me anyways.
Tiered Tea

I love the different shapes of the tea pots. Some of them are so dainty and elegant. I truly enjoy using them at times. I’ll make some tea for my husband and myself and serve it in one of these pots. It’s a simply special time in our busy life to enjoy each other’s company with some tea from a pretty tea pot.
Tiered Tea

These mini porcelain china tea pots are just charming. Their size is a suitable fit on the top tier.
Tiered Tea

The three tiered stand holds quite a few pots along with some cream and sugar bowls. The entire display is an artistic way to show and store my collection on my, appropriately enough, tea cart. The larger tea and coffee/chocolate pot did not fit on the stand, but look lovely enough next to the display.
Tiered Tea

I hope you enjoyed my “Tiered Tea” post!
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    1. Hi Cindy! Thank you for your lovely comments. I’m happy you enjoyed my display. I like to be as creative as I can when I have a group of items to display.
      Have a lovely weekend! Blessing back!

  1. You have the cutest tea sets, I love all the different shapes! Pink is my very favorite flower color, too. I only have one teapot with pink roses–a lovely Haviland that came with matching dessert plates. My grandmother had beautiful tea sets that always fascinated me when I was at her home. She would let me select which set we would use for our afternoon tea ( or coffee, when I was older) and her homemade goodies. It is a very special memory I have of us together. The Haviland set is inherited from her and is precious to me.

    1. Hi Bobbi! How special to inherit the set that means so much to you. It’s so sweet to remember those precious times with your Grandmother when you use it. It’s funny how our memories can be so vivid just by seeing, smelling or hearing something. What a wonderful gift God let us have!
      Maybe it’s His special way to makes sure we are thinking and praying for our loved ones.
      Have a lovely weekend!

  2. Yes! I love that thought–that things that remind us of our loved ones is God’s way of keeping them close. I have thought that many times myself. Hope you have a fun weekend, sweetie.

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