My Thai colleague gave me this set as a gift last Christmas. It seems she knows that I am fond of small things. I don’t know if I can call it a tea set but I’d say it’s for sake. Hubby and I are not sure about it. He said it’s for tea but I disagreed because the cups or bowls or mugs ( I’m not even sure what they are) are too small for tea. And it’s definitely not for coffee. I’ve seen Japanese in some films drinking sake and they usually have tiny cups for it. But sake in a little elephant teapot? What I am thinking about it now is to put soya in that elephant thing and use the small cups for soya when sushi is served. One for hubby, one for me, one for you and you. Lol!
Marlene works as a teacher, but she blogs in her spare time. She started blogging in 2007, and since then, it has become one of her hobbies. She writes for Lemback.com, which she and her husband have built and managed but later moved to Wordpress to join other WP bloggers. Connect Marlene on Twitter
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Now I’m curious – can’t wait to find out what it is…..
Me, too, don’t know what to use with them, hehee!
the tea set is so cute!!!! ^^
i already smell the aroma of english tea..hehehe…
Oh, they would be perfect for an english tea. 🙂
Pradeep | Slashsquare says
They look really pretty Marlene. I also love such small decorative cups. 😀
Thanks, Pradeep! Small are cute, aren’t they?
I think I could drink some coffee from it ? 🙂
You think so? I’ll try, too, but I’m sure I can do it with just two sips. Lol!