Friday, November 11, 2016

Musical Black and White China

Continuing from yesterday's post I'm sharing the remainder of my black and white china.  I purchased the musical china when I hosted my daughter's first birthday tea back in 2007. It'll be hers someday whether she wants it or not! ;-)

~ It's American made by Fielder Keepsakes.  ~

I've used it for several of her birthday teas as well as church teas, and it always sets a pretty musical themed table.

Some time ago I purchased the large Twinings canister pictured below [filled with English Breakfast tea] thinking I might use it as a centerpiece filled with flowers.  So far it's still waiting to be used.  

Another unique teapot in my collection was gifted to me by a church staff member when he went on a missions trip to Africa.

On July 23, 2013 I wrote a post featuring two JL Menau, German-made trios that were my mother's.  If you missed that post, I'm showing them again.

That's the total of my collection, but I'm sure it's far from complete.


  1. You know I love that music china. I remember your earlier post about it. And the Twinings canister will make a lovely centerpiece. Beautiful collection!

  2. What a wonderful collection! They certainly make dramatic table settings. Love the music theme...but I have a musical background.

  3. Dear Phyllis:
    You do have many interesting tea pieces. The music set was my favorite here!

  4. Love that music set! I don't need any more dishes, but oh what a tough time I'd have not bringing *that* home! Love the Twinings canister, too.

  5. What a lovely collection. Every piece is a work of art. Thanks for sharing.



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