Tureen of my dreams
The tureen pictured above is from a dollhouse in the National Museum of Play, where the wonderfulness of tureens first became clear to me. I'm simply mad for tureens now. Especially tiny tureens, although I also love drawn tureens:
I was excited to discover in this video that the staff at Windsor Castle are photographing every single item in Queen Mary's Doll's House. Because although I explored the website, there were some photos in which I could not be satisfied that there were no tureens. There might have been tureens. And if there are tureens, they are likely to be magnificent tureens. Royal tureens. Tiny royal tureens. Tiny royal tureens of pure joy.
What does one need to have done in one's school career to become the person who gets to handle the miniatures in Queen Mary's Dolls' House and why didn't I do it?
Yes, you've just read a post about miniature soup tureens. Not everything has to be about writing OKAY.