OO yes please!:) There is something lovely about silver spoons.
Yes, please! I bought some silver polish and now I am inspired to buff up some of my jewelry. Your spoons are beautiful!
Beautiful find from a boot sale! I'd love to join in!!
I would be delighted to join you, Deb. Your teaspoons came out so lovely. I remember when we were in England many moons ago (1980), and I ordered tea I was given a REAL teaspoon to stir. Oh, it was such a delight. It was so small and dainty, and perfect for the job. Here is Texas when they give you a spoon it's usually a huge tablespoon...LOL...I mean really! It sort of ruins the ambiance, if you know what I mean.Thank you for visiting me, Deb. I always love to see your happiness on my comment page. Blessings for enjoying your teaspoons,Marianne xo
Ooops - I made an error...we were in England in June, 1983. You were having a heat wave, and we were having a tropical storm or hurricane blowing through our hometown in Texas. It knocked down the frame to our first home we were having built.
I would love to join you for afternoon tea please....one of my favourite things! The little spoons are a wonderful find, and they look so pretty now they are all polished up!Helen x
Oh yes please..!! No sugar for me...I have some 'apostle' spoons which belonged to my mother. They don't have theor original box & we never use them but I always like to look at them every now & again....
ooo they are lovely! I never say no to an afternoon tea invite :)
Thank you for your comments, I love to read them all!