Feast your eyes on this set of fabulous 50s cups, saucers and plates ...
Just look at those colours, shapes and patterns, they absolutely scream 1950s!!
Made by the famous ceramics maker Midwinter Pottery, they are brilliantly called the 'Midwinter Modern Fashion Shape'.
The pattern is the 'Quite Contrary' design created by legendary ceramics designer Jessie Tait, that really grabs the spirit of the age.
Britain's Post-War designers and makers were then riding on the crest of a wave of a newly-found creative confidence, first inspired by the Festival of Britain in 1951.
So what better way to recapture that buzz, than to have a nice cup of tea from one of these cups, with the added bonus of a crafty chocolate biccie from the handy side plate!
So any vintage fans who fancy a slice of 50s style, all you have to do is pop along to LOU LOU'S BOURNEMOUTH VINTAGE FAIR on Sunday 17th February at the Pavilion Theatre and you'll find them on my stall!!
SEE YOU THERE!