If that is your table cloth, I am incredibly jealous! Happy Sunday! 🙂
I wish it was but I am on the hunt for one now. I was drawn to this table and the teapot too – it was huge! Happy Sunday to you too – the sun is shining here, it’s looking like a good one 🙂
What a great photo. Very busy!
Thank you – as a table should be! The sugars were in old Lyon’s treacle and golden syrup tins.
interesting picture. i love it 🙂
Thank you – it appeals to me a lot! 🙂
Great picture. Fab composition.
Thank you – it was too good not to snap
I couldn’t have resisted snapping that either, great photo 🙂
Too good to walk away from (after all the tea had been finished that is!)
I love the combination of tea (so English) and the world map. For some reason, seems very homely to me!
Thank you. I hadn’t considered that – like a little place to abide in a big old world. Now you mention it I quite like the tea cup between India and China – a fluke I might add!
Sarah, do you have a blog? I couldn’t find it?
I would love a tablecloth and placemats like this 🙂
Me too! I’m on the lookout for the table cloth now..
How very British looking.
A nice cup of tea..
Very retro and very interesting – I would love to have a cuppa at that table.
Ticks all the boxes for me!
My children would love this tablecloth! DD1 wanted a globe, that’s even better!
I want one too, I love it. Very educational!
Very clever shot, great composition
Thank you, a happy coincidence
i want the table cloth 🙂 hmmm tea!
Me too, and I wouldn’t say no to a cup of tea either..
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