Monday, May 9, 2022

Teawares at the museum and pottery show

I recently visited the museum exhibit, "Leading Ladies: Early Dundas Women’s Groups”.

The "Leading Ladies" gallery featured stories about local women's organizations that were established in the early 1900s.

The Travel Tea Club celebrated its 125th anniversary this year.

I loved how the ladies learned about other countries over a cup of tea!

The tea setting is gorgeous!

Another tea collection in the exhibit.

In early May, I also went to the Hamilton Potters Guild and captured photos of some of the teapots. I especially like the teapot with the bleeding hearts!


  1. That looks like so much fun Margie. That tea setting is lovely. Oh, this brings back some memories of "In the day" when us ladies at church would have a Tea Party. We would all wear our fancy hats and have our finest tea cups displayed on the tables with small centerpieces. Such fun! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  2. You go to such fun outings, Margie, and see such interesting things. I really loved the first tea service. Thank you for sharing!

  3. What an interesting museum to visit. I love the old tea wares.

  4. Wow! Thank you for this great virtual tour.

  5. Margie, what wonderful places you visit!


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