Tea Cups and Pin Dishes

This pin dish shows the front of the Salem Witch House.

Quick post today! I was up early and made potato salad, cole slaw, macaroni salad and dry rubbed 6 racks of ribs. Yesterday I made the bar-b-que sauce. Tomorrow I will smoke the ribs for 5 hours and make strawberry ice cream. I still have to buy the corn on the cob but other than that I am ready!

This dish shows the back of the house. There is a souvenir store there now.

This tea cup was made in Austria for William and Webber and shows the front of the Witch House. Click for a close up.

This is a cute cup. It is shaped like a thimble and has scissors for a handle.

A demitasse cup with the Salem Witch on the front.

Another with a slightly different shape.


Bobbi said…
How cute! I love the one shaped like a thimble with the tiny scissors for a handle. What a wonderful collection!
Pricilla said…
What time is dinner? I will see if I can catch a flight. It sounds soooooo much better than what we are having.
Autumnforest said…
Wow! You and I seem to be leading parallel lives. I love your blog!!! Thanks for finding mine. We're birds of a feather. Yum, I love rib cooking!
I never imagined that there were so many things with witches on them! They are great!
jaz said…
hi christer...that is why i decided to post them. i don't think people realize how pervasive witches have been throughout history. i have things i know people have never seen!
clairedulalune said…
I love it when I see a new post from you! Once again, I am in awe! Hope you are well!
Hibiscus Moon said…
I am salivating at that menu. Yum.
Felinae said…
What a cute collection.

The menu sounds absolutely delicious.

Have a safe weekend

ebchib said…
I had an idea of African withes, of course that is where I live, but I had no idea that witches was all over the world.
You must have spent a lot of years to collect all those gourgeous withes souvenir!!
徵信社 said…
I love it! Very creative!That's actually really cool.