10 février 2008

Tea time

Au restaurant coreen, j'adore ce vert celadon, at the Korean restaurant, a beautiful celadon.
Amoncellement de theiere dans le "coffee shop" specialiste du canard laque.
Some tea pots at the restaurant specialized in glazed duck.

Je ne sais pas ce qui est ecrit la, peut etre: pour une longue et belle vie, buvez du the!

I don't know what is written here, is it? drink tea for a long prosperous life.

On boit delicatement son chinese tea dans de toutes petites coupelles.

We drink our chinese tea in tiny cups.

7 commentaires:

Jules~ a dit…

It is amazing how every day things can become such a work of beauty in arrangement. All of those tea pots and cups are arranged in a way that really stike me.
Do you happen to know what the ribbons are on the tea pots?
I am so glad you are having a wonderful time with your family.

alicesg a dit…

Hi kitem, Sorry for not visiting lately. Beautiful photos of the arrangements of the teapots and cups. If I am not mistaken, I think the two wordings on the left of the picture "Q" meant QiuXiang and on the right of the "Q" meant lao cha. The whole thing meant Qiu Xiang Lao Cha where Qiuxiang (name of tea) and Lao Cha (old tea). The rest of the wordings on the bottom is the name of the company. I love Chinese Tea.

Kitem a dit…

The strings are to keep the cover to its own pot.

Jeannie a dit…

Fascinating! I drink chinese tea all the time but I am a barbarian - no tea pot or tiny cup for me - I drink gigantic mugs of it

Le Jardin de Vérone a dit…

Magnifique le premier en vert !!!A Bientot !

alexander a dit…

Nice capture of the tea cups.

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Hammer a dit…

I've been liking tea more and more especially green and chamommile.

I've got some of those small cups but I've been using them for sake.

Now I know :)