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1815-1820 British Egg-cup at the Museums Sheffield, Sheffield - From the curators' comments: "In most homes during the 1700s breakfast consisted of tea with white bread and butter. Poached and boiled eggs with toast, fish, bacon, chops and steaks were often eaten at evening supper. By the early 1800s, dinner was eaten later and hot suppers were no longer necessary. Breakfast began to include foods previously eaten at supper."

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Egg cozy cover hat pink pig crochet amigurumi

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Cherry Blossom Pig Salt & Pepper Shakers - Porcelain, Empress Japan - Black Top Hats, Floral Design - Vintage Home Kitchen Decor or Use

Cherry Blossom Pig Salt & Pepper Shakers - Porcelain, Empress Japan - Black Top…

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Mark Fenn. Sterling, Rosewood

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Sugar Caster

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College Cup. English. Unmarked, style of late 15th century. Silver, parcel gilt

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We are smitten by these dear little lidded egg cups, which make a delightful addition to breakfast, lunch or brunch. And they look adorable with our matching ceramic teaspoons.

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Blue & White transfer ware bowl. I'm in love with this concave oval bowl of which I am only guessing to be one for vegetables.

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French Antique Bronze Vase

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