Monday, October 3, 2011

Little Red Riding Hood Tea


Please join me for tea at the kid's table today.
This is the cutest Little Red Riding Hood Storytime tea set.


I like the red and white flower at the bottom of the cup.
Mr. Wolf looks quite dapper in his purple overalls.
And Little Red is adorable in polkadots.

Do any of you toy collectors know the year?
It was made by Ohio Arts, and looks like it may have been in the 70's.


Linking to:
Teacup Tuesday with Terri and Martha

42 comments:

  1. That is so beautiful. The colours are so vibrant and young, don't you think?

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  2. What a cute set, never mind the children I would love my tea on that!

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  3. So sweet!! Is it brand new or did you find it in a shop? May I bring my doll? ;)

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  4. I believe this set is from the 60's because I remember playing with a set like this.

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  5. I remember these dishes-they are adorable. You find the neatest stuff!

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  6. I have never seen a gorgeous tea set like this... It's beautiful for young and old..

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  7. Gayle -- what a delightful little set -- totally late 1960's or early 1970's :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  8. How cute is that! Very whimsical and fun. Tea would be a pleasure served with this set. Any little girl {or little girl at heart} would love it! Thank you for sharing with us and enjoy your week.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  9. I love it! Wherever did you find the tea set? It does have a 70s look to it. I keep seeing these on etsy and drooling over them, but I haven't bought one yet. I keep thinking I'll stumble on a set.

    I had fun checking out all you've been up to lately. I was a Jr. Girl Scout too....sometime in the mid 70s when I was about 8 or 9. I remember sewing a drawstring tote bag, but we lost our leader and the troop disbanded. My brother was a boy scout longer than I was a girl scout. I might still have that Junior Girl Scout handbook. So glad I dropped in for a visit.

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  10. Miss Gayle you know I have a soft spot for Ohio Art. Oh this is no exception. How cute. Enjoy this great weather...and the tea...Renee

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  11. I'm completely smitten. I have a certain thing for child-size tea sets. Your tea set is absolutely darling. I love the colorful graphics.

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  12. How do you do it? Such neat things!

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  13. I don't know anything about it - except that it is so darling.

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  14. This is a sweet tea set, thanks for sharing it.

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  15. Oh that is the sweetest tea set! I remember having one something like yours when I was a little girl. It was so much fun to play tea time with! Thank you for the trip down memory lane.
    Hugs,
    TErri

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  16. That is such a little treasure, very pretty. love the colours xx

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  17. What an adorable tea set! I have never seen that set before. It is so bright and cheerful. I am a big kid really, I would use those for tea time any day.

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  18. Such a cute tea set, Gayle. It is so colorful.

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  19. I've never seen anything like that before. I love it!

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  20. What a wonderful set! I love the bright colors.

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  21. I love this set, always loved Little Red Riding Hood, not seen anything like this before :)

    Bee happy x
    Have a delicious day!

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  22. Wow! It is in such fantastic condition for it's age.

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  23. Now if that's not the sweetest little table set!!! I have a couple little granddaughters who'd love to sit down at that table.

    God bless ya and have a terrific day sweetie!!! :o0

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  24. That is wonderful! The colors are so bright and cheerful.

    Boy I've missed a lot on your blog! I hope you are well Gayle :o)

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  25. What a cute little child's tea set!!!

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  26. I love Ohio art stuff, esp watering cans and old tin childs plates. yours looks so good they look new!

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  27. What an adorable little tea set.

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  28. Too cute! Who says it is for children?!!!!!! I want my tea from this set! Too much fun! Great colors. Happy Tea Day!

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  29. Its lovely Gayle. I don't know the exact year but its definitely 1960's. Just like Charlotte's earlier comment I can also remember playing with one like it then,

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  30. So colorful and cheery! A sure thing for a fun tea! blessings,Kathleen

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  31. Hi,
    So fun to see your tea set. I have the same set. I bought it at a yard sale for my playhouse. I don't think mine is a full set, but I sure do think it's cute. We moved 2 years ago and have plans to build a new playhouse for the grandies. Now, it's being stored in the basement. Can't wait to bring it out to play. Now following you.

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  32. This is such a sweet set, and lately I'm so attracted to all of the old Ohio Art litho stuff!
    Have a Dotty Day!
    Carol

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  33. Oh so adorable! I'm always keeping my eyes open for a sweet children's set.

    Thanks for linking up to Dotty Hop day! ♥

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  34. I thought id stop by your blog and say hello. And i hope your enjoying the beautiful fall weather that has begun. Richard from Amish Stories.

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  35. Omigosh, I love these! What a true collectible set. And the colors are still so bright...reminds me of my childhood days, but sad to say never kept my toys.
    Happy Tea Tuesday!
    -Marie

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  36. Hello,
    that is a wonderful kids color, happy and vibrant. Every child must love it - and adults also. Thank you for sharing.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  37. That is an adorable tea set. Love the colors!

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  38. How utterly charming and just bursting with joyful, colorful, child-like exhuberance!

    Hugs, Wanda Lee

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  39. What a very fun table! Your dishes are so cute.

    Jocelyn @
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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THANK YOU for your thoughtful comments. Replies to your questions will be posted here, so be sure to check back soon. Have a wonderful day! - Gayle, Garden Of Daisies