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Up the road at Charleston everyone was standing around admiring Quentin's attempt at making a tea service.

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Up the road at Charleston everyone was standing around admiring Quentin's attempt at making a tea service.
"The boy is improving" said Duncan with satisfaction. He had hated drinking from some of the misshapen creations that Quentin had so often inflicted on them. Vanessa heaved her bosom with maternal pride. Everyone had been hard at work with their creations over the winter months and Angelica and friend were upstairs....
Posted by Rosemary on February 2, 2018 Slideshow

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6 Comments

Jane
8:42 AM on February 17, 2018 
It is a lovely tea service indeed, how gorgeous!
Rosemary
12:40 PM on February 11, 2018 
The Desevres came from the same person as the funny little dolls - she decided to sell the tea-set in the end and I am delighted to have it. And it will all stay together, which might not have happened if it had not been sold to a collector.
Edel
12:15 PM on February 11, 2018 
Beautiful tea service!
Somehow I missed these pictures when you first posted them Rosemary, I'm delighted to discover them now anyway ;-)
Zoe H
3:19 AM on February 6, 2018 
Gorgeous, Quentin! It looks fab on the crisp gingham cloth and with the pretty cupboard in the background. Could you make one for me please...?
Rosemary
6:17 AM on February 4, 2018 
Thank you Brooksey - they are very proud of it having waited for 6 months to be able to acquire it.(Quentin can be very slow sometimes)
Brooksey
8:52 PM on February 3, 2018 
The comment I left yesterday has vanished! I said:

The tea service is perfect as examples of the work of an "improving" young potter - and its decoration is very Charleston!

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