When I went to place my melon down by my favorite chair for lunch, I realized that the wee baby Queen Anne's Lace flowers were in a lustreware creamer. It had been there in the morning when I was listing a whole party of vintage lustreware in the shop, and I did not even notice. I guess that means I'm fully awake now.
How is this for lustreware? I know, I think it's amazing too. Now you know why I am surprised that I missed the creamer. I would not mind including it for free if someone was to buy more than one listing.
This vintage sugar bowl was listed before I found the others.
The Jeannette Honeycomb tumblers were made in the U.S.A. in the seventies. Everything else is from Japan back in the thirties. I like how they mix well together.
I think a tea table with a variety of vintage lustreware would be striking. It could glow in the sunshine of an afternoon tea, or gleam in the candle light of one in the evening. If only I had enough time for all of the tea parties in my imagination.