Friday, May 7, 2010

Royal Patrician Teapot


This is my "new" Royal Patrician Violets teapot. I'm not exactly sure of the pattern.  It has a cream background instead of white.  I've been searching, but since Royal Patrician has discontinued, I've had diffiiculty.  Is anyone familiar with this pattern?

11 comments:

bennie and patsy said...

I like the Violets, sweet Tea Pot.
Patsy

Charlene said...

Linda,
I am one of your readers who never leaves a comment. I enjoy your posts so much and love tea too. I have a question. I have a tea stain on my formica counter tops which I have not been able to remove. What would you suggest to do to remove the stain?

Again, your posts are so interesting and informative.

Have a wonderful Mother's Day

Linda J. said...

Charlene, If the stain has not been there long, you might be able to rub it off with baking soda and a damp cloth. I have used a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser and/or Soft Scrub, but I have a concern either might damage your formica. My advice is to test a tiny place before using on the entire stain.

PeggyR said...

That's a lovely teapot. My mother loved violets.

Charlene said...

Linda, thanks so much for your suggestion....I just tried the baking soda and wet cloth and the stain is almost gone.
I like all things English and nothing is more English than tea. I am Patsy's friend and she got me started on the blogs. Reading the blogs is so much fun and I am learning alot about different parts of the country and even the world.
Have a great Mother's Day

LESAPEA MUSINGS said...

Oh, Just wonderful. I would love to come over and just gawk at your collections.Love you tons.

parTea lady said...

Your Royal Patrician teapot is really pretty. I have never seen that pattern before.

Bernideen said...

Yes - sold it a long time - just called Violets

Happy Mother's Day Weekend!

Linda J. said...

Thanks bunches, Bernideen!!

Steph said...

It is lovely and perfect for spring!

Angela McRae said...

I didn't realize Royal Patrician had been discontinued, so thanks for the heads up. This is a lovely teapot, but then I tend to like your style very much! In fact, when I was antiquing at the beach, I saw a number of pretty trios for just $9 a set and thought "Now Linda might buy these if she were here ..."

 

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