All over the world the good china seems to come out for breakfast and afternoon tea…
Tea with bee pollen A cup of chai at Chittor Palace, now an inexpensive hotel with elegant tableware (India).Very pretty chinaware for our Helsinge B&B breakfast in Denmark. A Delft Blue windmill plate at a flea market in Amsterdam, Holland; so attractive it seems a shame to put anything on it. Perhaps the Dutch plate was meant for a china display cabinet like this one in Belgium.Elaborate tea set in Bangkok’s weekend Chatuchak Market. Famous in Mexico is the traditional ceramic painting called Talavera, found most often in Puebla, a UNESCO Heritage site in Mexico. Simple elegant Japanese china comes out for all meals: these are the serving dishes for a ‘roll-your-own’ sushi party. More of the Ryan Photography Challenge: China.
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