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Blue Willow Tea Set

The Blue Willow pattern is one of the oldest, and most recognizable, china patterns still being manufactured. It dates from the 18th century, and is the familiar and beloved tableware in thousands of homes. It also has a legend to tell!

Now you can have Blue Willow in Second Life! I have re-interpreted the classic design on a tea set with a pot, creamer, sugar bowl, two cups and saucers, luncheon plate, napkins, and tray. Sixteen beautiful, sculpted pieces in all, and only 30 prims!

You have your choice of Blue Willow with blue linens, Black Willow with black linens, Green Willow with green linens, or Red Willow with red linens. (Click on the names, to see the images above.)

You or anyone in your group can click on the tray, and the teapot will start to steam gently, the cups will fill with fresh, hot tea, cream will appear in the creamer, and 3 tasty, iced petit fours will materialize on the luncheon plate.

Click again, and it all vanishes, leaving sparkling clean dishes.

Anyone who clicks on the pot will get an empty saucer to hold in their left hand, and a steaming cup of tea for their right. (Animations are included for all of this, of course, including my Sip animation for the tea.)

Click the cup, when you have one, and you'll be presented with a choice of 12 different kinds of tea to drink.

Click the Luncheon Plate, on the tray, to get your own plate with three petit fours, to hold in your left hand.

It gives unlimited cups of tea, saucers, and plates of petit fours, so you'll never run out.

All of this, for only L$450. No Copy/No Mod, but Transferable. (They make wonderful hostess gifts.)

Come check out the demo, at the Home and Garden Store in Livingtree.

You can buy the Blue Willow Set, the Black Willow Set, the Green Willow set, or the Red Willow Set from the SL Marketplace, or you can go to Home and Garden Store in Livingtree in world, and purchase it there.