Sunday, May 10, 2015

Royal Winton's "Tiger Lily Cream"

The center piece is made from three cake stands and large bowl holding potted flowers.
A close up of pink flowers set up the motif for the tablescape.

On each side of centerpiece are pink candles on green glass scalloped candle holders. 
Totally spring time from pastel petals to feminine rick-rack.

 Royal Winton is over 100 years old and is better known for its extensive chintz patterns but the lovely "Tiger Lily" and also rose shaped handles are very appealing in the world of china.
Stacked dinner, salad, and bowl show the gold rim along with green and pink bands on the edge.  
Dinner and salad plates awaiting for a hot dish.
The dinner plate forms the base of the stack.
Green handled "Bella Lux" flatware match napkin rings.
Pink placemat, runner, and napkins lay on green checked mats. 
The tea cup has the Tiger Lily as the handle.
Waterford-Marquis crystal "Sparkle"
 The full place setting glows with pinks and greens, guarded by the crystal stemware.
 The tea cup awaits the English Tea Shop tin.
 The tea tin has a cute domed lid.
I will be posting this on the following tea blogs; 
and Bernideen's Tea Time Blog,
along with the blogs of;
Between Naps on the Porch,
are some of my favorites and
I will also post on them this week!


Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

What a pretty table! I adore green and pink together. Love the tiger lily cups! Your centerpiece is very pretty. Love those cake stands. One can use them in all kinds of imaginative ways. Thank you for sharing your lovely tablescape and joining me for tea. Have a beautiful day, Pam.


Stephanie said...

Oh my, what a lovely table! So pretty and cheerful for Spring :)

So happy to visit you on this fine Monday. Hugs and blessings!

Sylvia said...

Beautiful table! Love all the color and the cake stands is such a great idea.

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

What a beautiful table, Pam! You always know just the right touches to make your guests feel special. The teacup with the pretty handle is gorgeous and I would love to sample some English tea from it.

Margie said...

Very nice table setting, Pam! The teacup's Tiger Lily handle is very charming!

Thanks for visiting me and the kind comments. I would have loved to bring many of the gorgeous pots home with me, but alas, my pocketbook wouldn't allow it!

Martha's Favorites said...

I love the beautiful table you have set! Colors are perfect and the tea cup is amazing. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

Ruth W said...

I love the Royal Winton...their Tiger Lily is very collectible! The table sets it off beautifully! Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!

Bernideen said...

You sure set many beautiful table settings and we enjoy seeing them. I love your use of the cake stands as a ceneterpiece!

Marilyn Miller said...

Thanks for visiting me at Delights of the Heart. You have some very pretty tea times. When I saw "Tea in Texas" I thought it was the magazine. I imagine you probably have come across that magazine. I have a book review in the most recent issue.

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

Very pretty: feminine and preppy. I also love how you put together the centerpiece. xoxo Su

Nora @ Teacup Tales said...

What a clever centerpiece with the beautiful pink flowers! I really like how you combined pink and mint green on your tablescape. I love that color combination. I've never seen that Royal Winton before. So nice to have a complete set
Have a nice tea week and thanks so much for visiting.

My Cottage Diary said...

Those are very pretty dishes! Your whole tablescape is very attractive ... pink and green is one of my favorite color combinations. Hope you aren't getting a deluge of rain or worse where you are. Blessings, Bess

Parsimonious Perfection said...

Hi Pam! I could have sworn I commented on this table, my apologies! However, I am enjoying this trip back for a second look.... :0)

I loved the handles on your teacup, and the tea tin is adorable! I've also taken a peek at some of your older posts, really pretty! Thank you for sharing!

Valerie Roberts said...

Such a beautifully detailed tablescape. Everything was so well thought out. Your centerpiece is stunning! said...

Pink and green is one of my favorite combos, and your cups are so sweet! Love the stacked centerpiece too!

Lady of the Manor said...

You've set a lovely table, especially with those beautiful dishes!! I have the same Waterford crystal stemware. Great choice! :)

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Now that is a very sweet and delicate table. I love the center piece you created. It is a great idea with so many possibilities.

So glad to visit you today.



Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What a lovely table. I love all the pink. And the handles on the cups are precious. Thanks for visiting my blog. I am not able to send you a reply (google+ ??) But I wanted to thank you for the visit and comment.

Jocelyn @


So Simple and Pretty. Love the pastel pinks. I have that same flatware. LOL

My Kentucky Living said...

such a pretty table! Thanks for visiting My Kentucky Living!

Anonymous said...

Those dishes are lovely and I love this table setting! Very springlike and inviting...