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reading tea leaves - here is the art deco version

* Reading tea leaves * Grandma and mom both read tea leaves.

Denys George Wells 1881-1973 NURSERY TEA

*British Paintings: Denys George Wells "Nursery Tea"* Kind of a sad-looking tea.

Viktor Schramm, Preparing for the Ball, Auction 1055 Paintings and Drawings 15th-19th C., Lot 156

"Preparing for the Ball" - 1900 Oil on canvas by Viktor Schramm (Romanian, 1865 -

The One Kitchen Trend That Should Never Leave - laurel home

The One Kitchen Trend That Should Never Leave

Antoine Raspal: "Provencal Kitchen" (English title), oil on canvas. Antoine Raspal was a French painter. Raspal was born and died in Arles.

unknown French artist, Lady with a cup of tea, dating only as "late 18th century" (more like middle to me, 1750-1760s)

Unknown French artist, Lady with a cup of tea, Mid-late century, red dress

Mary, Duchess of Lennox and Richmond (1622–1685) with her lady’s maid, the dwarf, Anne Shepherd, with lettering and inscription lower left Mary duchess of Richmond daughter of Duke of Buckingham by Sir Anthonis van Dyck workshop (Dorotheum) | Grand Ladies | gogm

13 Mary, Duchess of Lennox and Richmond with her lady’s maid, the dwarf, Anne Shepherd, with lettering and inscription lower left Mary duchess of Richmond daughter of Duke of Buckingham by Sir Anthonis van Dyck/ workshop (Dorotheum)

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