The bone china cup & saucer is made by Aynsley of England but no pattern name. A blue nigella flower looks pretty with the colours of it.
A scone with wild blueberry and maple syrup jam is accompanied by some fresh blueberries and a sprig of chocolate mint.
I've brought along a Victoria magazine from last year that shows a decadent blueberry tart on the front. This magazine is one that is read cover to cover when it comes in the mail. Victorian decor, marvellous homes and gardens and recipes are in each issue.
Afternoon tea is also a big part of Victoria magazine with many fabulous tea rooms featured.
I'm joining some special ladies for tea as usual this week:
Sandi, a fellow Canadian all the way out on PEI hosts tea from her blog Rose Chintz Cottage
Lady Katherine, a grand lady of tea hosts from Lady Katherine Tea Parlor
Martha, who has an infinite number of teacups and bling to go with them hosts from Martha's Favorites
And Kathy's Celebration of Victoria blog party hosted at A Delightsome Life
I hope you'll visit each of these ladies for tea and more about Victoria.