Pink Saturday ~ Sadler Teapot

It’s time for Beverly’s Pink Saturday Again!

Today I’m showing one of my Thrift Store finds, a Sadler Teapot from England. The Pink Flowers are just a bonus!

 

For more Pink visit Beverly at How Sweet the Sound.

Photobucket is holding all my photos from 2007-2015 hostage on their site and have replaced my photos with black and grey boxes of ugliness. I’m slowly deleting those boxes from my blog and trying to update so many posts, very frustrating.

28 thoughts on “Pink Saturday ~ Sadler Teapot

  1. Good morning Ellen B.,
    You are exhibiting a lot of darling pinkness today. What a sweet tea pot.
    I’ve got a busy day ahead of my, but when I get back home I’ll go through my calendar and send you some dates.

    See you soon!
    🙂 Cori G.

  2. What an amazing tea pot—and to think it was waiting just for YOU at a thrift store. Aren’t those places just wonderful? It’s like a little treasure hunt as soon as you walk in the door!!! Hope your PSat is filled with lots of treasure!!! dana

  3. Love the varigated pink doily. My mother did a lot of crocheting with this pineapple pattern and I did some of it myself. The bouganvilla looks familiar. It looks just like ours.
    Happy Pink Saturday.
    Charlotte

  4. Pink Saturday is such a happy day in blog land! Yours is especially bright and pretty! I also enjoyed catching up on your week! The birds kissing was a favorite and so rare to see!! Food always looks good, too!!

  5. What a sweet teapot. The flowers are so vibrant! That is one thing I miss about living in Sunny Southern California — the year-round florals.

    Happy Pink Saturday!

    K-

  6. I’m in awe of all your finds. You must have EXCELLENT storage for all your treasures. I’ve been popping around other Pink Saturdays–so fun.

  7. That rose teapot is so pretty. What a beautiful piece to have in your collection. I can’t believe you found such a wonderful treasure in a thrift store. What a lucky find!!!

    Happy Belated Pink Saturday!!

  8. What a beautiful teapot! Thanks for sharing. Almost two years ago, my grandfather passed away. Recently I went over to the house – first time since he passed and found the cutest teapot. While the house is empty, it is full of memories of my grandparents. It was wonderful to take a memory home with me.

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