Antique Market in Portobello
The antique market in Portobello is probably the most famous and bustling place in London every Saturday morning.
We also set our sights on this and boarded early in the morning. . .
Mr. Kama, who got a caddy box from the beginning of the 19th century, a person who found a flower-patterned tea ball, a woman who bought a Mot Spoon that just arrived this morning, I bought two moto spoons), and the time flew by. . . .
My husband remembered me when I went to the antique print shop I've been going to for 18 years,
"It's been a long time. It's a picture of tea, isn't it? There are some!"
My sister, brother and three brothers sell antique prints.
Many of the prints I found here are now published in a number of my books.
(Recent publications include Tea Textbook, Shinsei Publishing, Tea Legend, World History of a Cup of Tea, etc.)
I found quite a lot of material here.
I really want to be in this store from the morning every week.
I couldn't find anything that I particularly liked this time, but I got everything that my husband brought out. . .
This is also a connection. . . Today I would like to introduce two of them.
The first tea print shows the Mandarin family in Nanjing in the 18th century.
The Christmas party is about to begin.