1930’s Art Deco Keystone China Tobacco Box.
From the FB pg Everything Victorian & Edwardian
I have a lot of vintage tea cups and a few tea pots. I never use them and it’s such a shame. I plan on donating them to a small local museum. I have gone there for High Tea events and it is so lovely. They bring out all their beautiful china and serve delicious sandwiches and scones. I would love to go there and see my tea cups being brought to life in such an environment. It would be a real pleasure to see people enjoying my vintage china.
Beautiful plate from goodwill
This china dish has no markings on the back, so it’s difficult to determine a maker, but it probably dates to around 1820. It’s on display in our Log House.
Let me share some pics from my birthday dinner party! I took out my grandmother’s hand-embroidered table cloth, our heirloom china and tableware. The fruit vase (although you can’t really see it in the picture) is a wonderful cloisonné specimen. Notable mention to my IFZ porcelain cup that is not vintage, but still very fine. All of this we don’t use in our daily life, so having them out made it feel like a real feast.