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Sunday, January 22, 2012

The Year of the Dragon

Monday, January 23 begins 2012

Chinese New Year Celebration


The dragon is a symbol of
power, strength, and good luck.

Gung Hay Fat Choy

Congratulations and be prosperous

in the Year of the Dragon!



  1. Happy Dragon New Year to you, Sarah! You have so many really cool things in your collections. "Eclectic" that's what you are!

    Friends of ours used to host a big Chinese New Year party on our block & they had all Chinese carry out, delivered. Easiest party she ever did! LOL


  2. That's a neat dragon Sarah-Happy Chinese New Year! Love Rett's party idea, sounds like fun:@)

  3. Happy Chinese New Year to you Sarah! I love the dragon teapot :)

  4. Happy Lunar New Year! Love the dragon teapot.

  5. What an amazing tea pot!!! Perfect for the year of the dragon!

    - The Tablescaper

  6. Happy New Year...may it be on fire for you all year through!

    Have a blessed week sweetie! :o)

  7. Chinese for lunch, today, to pay homage to the Chinese festival. What fun.

  8. Happy Chinese New Year, Sarah. I love that this is the Year of the Dragon. The Harry Potter fan in me loves all dragons, big and small. ;-) Lovely photos, by the way. Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

  9. Happy Year of the Dragon, Sarah! I love your dragon teapot.

  10. Happy Year of the Dragon. Love the teapot.

  11. Belated Happy Chinese New Year greetings to you too, dear friend.

  12. I have never seen a dragon tea pot! Only you would have that!
    Hope you have a good week. Our snow is all gone, yeah!

  13. What a great dragon teapot Sarah. I have to admit I let this one slip by and forgot about the Chinese New Year.
    Hope it's not to late to wish you a Happy Chinese New Year, and all the good luck that goes with dragon symbol.

    The French Hutch

  14. Sarah I enjoyed the post but I really love the one on your thrift silver teapots...what amazing finds. I appreciate enjoying all the details as you display them in your photos. What a great idea to gather them and fill them with greenery! Happy New Year!

  15. Happy New Year. Love the dragon teapot. Fantastic. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

  16. Hi Sarah,
    may the Chines New Year bring all of us Happiness and Health. Your dragons are gorgous.
    Best greetings, Johanna

  17. The Dragon year is to be one of drama! We shall see, love your tea pot!

  18. What a fabulous dragon! I just love it. It would be perfect in the middle of my Chinese table. I hope the year of the Dragon is prosperous for all of us!

    What a fabulous silver find too! Never around here! All we have is junk at our thrift stores.

  19. I hope you have a prosperous New Year, Sarah! Your little dragon teapot is the cutest little thing!

    Ricki Jill

  20. I had forgotten about this! Happy Chinese New Year! ;)
    Love your silver in the previous post! Gorgeous.

  21. Sarah, Belated Happy Chinese New Year to you.
    Your little dragon teapot is darling.

  22. Sarah-I missed you today. See you in February?

  23. Sarah, your beautiful collections never cease to amaze me. Happy Year of the Dragon. I hope you are not having any problems with the flooding down there. laurie

  24. that's an amazing dragon!
    Happy year of the dragon to you.
    We had delicious Chinese food today.
    We love it anyway....have it once a week.
    Wonder how you are faring with all the rain?
    Hope you are ok!!!!
    First the draught and now this...
    Hugs, Evi


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