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Childs Silver Tea Set


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childs silver tea set - Espresso or
Espresso or Child Size Deluxe Tea Set- 18 pc-Platinum Trim,
Espresso or Child Size Deluxe Tea Set- 18 pc-Platinum Trim,

Deluxe Silver Platinum trimmed white porcelain espresso set or demitasse tea set for children . You get a set of eight 3.5 ounce demitasse cups and saucers. Cup measures 2 inches tall by 3.25 inches to handle end. Set also comes with one 20 ounce espresso pot with lid and measures 6.5 inches tall by 7.5 inches from spout to handle. All trimmed in lovely wide Platinum Silver band...BRAND NEW IN THE BOX, STRAIGHT FROM MANUFACTURE. SPECIAL SALE TODAY WHILE SUPPLY LAST..

This set has a value of $99.95 but yours today at this drastically discounted price...Also available in Heavy Gold Deluxe Trim.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE: THESE ARE REAL ESPRESSO SIZE THAT ARE USED IN ESPRESSO AND COFFEE HOUSES ALL AROUND THE WORLD. THEY ARE ALWAYS SMALL IN SIZE AS THEY ARE MEANT TO BE.

DO NOT BUY THESE IF YOU ARE WANTING A FULL LARGE SIZE TEACUP AND SAUCER FOR A TEA PARTY. YOU WILL JUST WANT TO RETURN THESE, BUT YOU ALSO HAVE TO PAY TO RETURN THEM UNBROKEN BEFORE A REFUND CAN BE MADE. SO SAVE TROUBLE... AND DON'T BUY IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT ESPRESSO SIZE REALLY MEANS.

HOWEVER, THEY ARE SUITABLE FOR CHILDRENS SIZE TEA PARTY CUPS.

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Catherine Elizabeth Finn (1868-1918) death certificate
Catherine Elizabeth Finn (1868-1918) death certificate
Catherine Elizabeth Finn (1868-1918) aka Kate Finn; Immigrant from Wales in 1873-1874; Spinster; Servant; Private Secretary at American Lead Pencil Company (now Faber-Castell) in Hoboken, New Jersey (b. June 1868, Cardiff, Gamorgan County, Wales, United Kingdom - d. July 20, 1918, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA) Birth: Kate was born in June of 1868 according to the 1900 US Census. Her parents were Daniel Finn (1818-1887) and Catherine Creedon (1834-1914). Siblings: Her siblings were: Mary A. Finn (1860-1885) who was born in Ireland or Wales; and Nora M. Finn (1866-1898) who was born in Cardiff in Wales and married John Joseph Burke I (1868-1939). Emigration: Daniel Finn and Catherine Creedon along with their children, emigrated to Wales around 1860 and in 1873 emigrated to the US. Catherine Creedon's sister, Nora Creedon (1829-1904) also emigrated with the family. The family was Irish and from Millstreet and Cullen in County Cork, but had left Ireland for Wales probably looking for work. Jersey City, New Jersey: In 1880 Catherine Finn was working as a servant at the home of L.S. Williard, a drygoods salesman from New Hampshire. Her sister, Mary, may have been working as a servant for James B. Hance, a grocer in Jersey City. Death of Father: In 1887 Catherine's father died. In 1895 Catherine and her mother were living at 16 Elliot Place in Jersey City and Catherine was working as a "typewriter", probably at the American Lead Pencil Company on Willow Avenue and Fifth Street in Hoboken. Death of Sister: In 1898, Nora Finn, her sister, died of pneumonia and Catherine and her mother raised Mary Margaret Burke, Nora's daughter. Jersey City, New Jersey: In 1900 She was living with her widowed mother at 16 Ellicott Place in Jersey City. Also living there was her neice: Mary Margaret Burke. Katherine's age was listed as "31" and her birth date as "June 1868". She listed her immigration as "1874" and was working as a "stenographer". American Lead Pencil Company: In 1910 Catherine was living with her mother at 41 Hopkins Avenue in Jersey City working as a private secretary at the American Lead Pencil Company in Hoboken. Death of Mother: On January 01, 1914, Catherine's mother died and she raised Mary Burke on her own. The house was filled with crystal vases, bronzes, a sterling silver tea set and oil paintings. They also had a piano. Some of the furnishings still exist and are with Vincent Gerard Norton (1923-2005) and James Norton. James and Vincent are Mary Burke's children. Catherine Finn and Mary Burke would listen to classical music and attend operas. Dowager's Hump: As Catherine aged she developed a dowager's hump that left her bent over. Last Will and Testament: Catherine's will was written on August 15, 1916, and named Mary Margaret Burke as her executrix. Death: Catherine Finn, who never married, died on Saturday, July 20, 1918 in Jersey City, New Jersey. The cause of death was "cerebral apoplexy with uracemia". Burial: She is buried in Holy Name Cemetery in Jersey City with her parents and siblings. Image: No picture of her is known to exist. Relationship: Catherine Elizabeth Finn (c1863-1918) was the great-grandaunt of Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ).
Early Fall round up of fuzzy phone photos
Early Fall round up of fuzzy phone photos
Greetings from Redwood City (or "Redwood Gritty" as Robb refers to it), Now that we are moved in and more settled, we've been having so much fun here, reconnecting with many old friends and taking day trips all over. The weather is sunny and beautiful, so swimming is still very pleasant. I edited this batch down from 45. Sorry they are not very sharp or bright... Need a new camera that is really easy and very fast. Lovies, Anne If one noodle is good, 79 million noodles is better. This girl can swim now! Her sister is almost there but not quite. They take swim lessons once a week. IMG_2778.JPG Otter and Ellsie nap on the way to our long anticipated trip to Monterey for a good friends Ned and Allie's wedding and aquarium visit. IMG_2780.JPG Touch tank at the aquarium in the entry. This place is phenomenal from the start. They have a great white shark right now! IMG_2785.JPG Looking across the bay, seeing harbor seals and otters. E's dream comes true! IMG_2789.JPG A mola (aka "sunfish") was so weird and amazing up close. IMG_2796.JPG The giant kelp forest. IMG_2798.JPG All dressed up for the wedding. E and T were very proud to be flower girls. IMG_2807.JPG Book time at the Redwood City Library. The children's library is enormous! IMG_2810.JPG Exciting play time with Shay, daughter of my really great old friend Aaron Hebshi. They moved back to San Diego from HA after 12 years! IMG_2814.JPG Giant cement slide in Berkeley. IMG_2838.JPG UC Berkeley Rose Garden IMG_2841.JPG E and T played on the cement slide for about six hours. These are the steps to the top. IMG_2843.JPG Tea party at Lauren's house! She set out a silver tea service, made tiny sandwiches, bought tiny pastries, wore a dress and pearls...Lauren is half kid/half grandmother! We love her so much! IMG_2848.JPG First field trip...singing "Big black cat" while waiting for the city bus ride to the library. IMG_2850.JPG Public transportation! Wow! IMG_2859.JPG Taking care of Bill after he hurt his foot on our morning bike ride. He seems fine now but the girls were really upset. That's not so much a head cradle as a clench. IMG_2865.JPG

childs silver tea set
childs silver tea set
Blue Rose Children's 17pc Tea Set in Blue Roses

"Blue Roses" Child's Size tea set, includes six tea cup & saucers, one tea pot and one cream & sugar set...in lovely blue roses on first quality porcelain... All pieces are trimmed in silver. Each cup holds about 2 oz. Perfect for your Child's next Tea Party...The tea pot is a 36oz "Mommy" size tea pot, so she can fill all the little girls tea cups without having to refill the pot.

We sell this pattern open stock which means you can buy as many tea cups to add onto this set, as you need...extra teacups are best bought in prepackaged sets of six...also available in this pattern, sold separately, is dessert plates and adult sized teacups.

Manufactured in China. FDA Approved.

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