Today I’m showing a Portmeirion teacup, along with a Melitta pot and a pierced Brunelli plate from Italy.
This is a pretty botanical pattern called Pomona and this cup has a Wild Blackberry design. The saucer has an attractive border of leaves.
I found this lovely plate at Marshalls today and couldn’t resist the gooseberry pattern (at least that’s what I think they are) and cutouts, not to mention the bargain price.
Recently I discovered that you can buy a large bag of dried cherries at BJ’s for $7.99. They are perfect for making cherry scones.