Leaha Wheeler’s Joyful Drawing of Her Mikasa Teacup and Saucer

I adore the exuberance of these colours! Here are the words that accompanied Leaha’s drawing:

“My cup and saucer is part of a Mikasa dinner set that was gifted to me by my Mum when my first son was born 29 years ago. It was very expensive at the time and I was very surprised and so thrilled to receive it. The pattern is called Rosemead and I just love the roses (I REALLY love all rose-patterned china) but I was really attracted to the little bunches of purple grapes. I still love this set today!”

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