So I'll be honest here, this is nothing more than a little same-less self promotion of a new section in my vintage Etsy shop called "Vintage Tea Party." I love tea parties, but to save me from having to purchase another shelf or china cabinet, I'm passing on some pieces I haven't used. Aren't they all adorable? Each is very different from the other, yet they all serve the same purpose.
The Blue Willow teacups are from Japan made of very fine porcelain during the "Post War" era (1945- ) and have an amazing stamp of an Asian woman in the bottom, seen when held up to the light, called a lithophane.
The mini violet creamer from Lefton holds just the right amount of milk for two teacups when a bit is required for a rich black tea. The clear glass luncheon/snack set is my personal favorite with its charming teardrop design. All the way from Czechoslovakia, this very pretty teacup with a pheasant surrounded by colorful flowers tapers to an octagonal base.