As day follows night
Tea and scones and lemon curd
follow a morning of curd making
Taken in the dining room
My Aynsley Pembroke
A long admired pattern
Freshly baked scones with freshly made lemon curd
There is nothing better than that for a teatime!
And the Pembroke has been pieced together over the years
Friday I brought home
This stash of Pembroke, 7 plates, 8 cups and saucers, 8 tea plates, 8 sauce dishes, 4 salad plates and three cream soups and 4 cream soup saucers
All for $30
At a flea market!
Isn't that why we go --
hoping to find bargains like this?
But, alas, they are far and few between
This kind of a steal of a deal!
The plate on the left is a turn of the century plate (I have six of those)
while the one on the right is one of the new ones (21st century)
You can tell them apart but they are so close that on a table I'm not sure you could.
It's always fun to have tea with new china.
What a fun way to spend Sunday afternoon!