soup tureen


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soup tureen

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cried a voice from the soup tureen, and Alice turned again, just in time to see the Queen's broad good-natured face grinning at her for a moment over the edge of the tureen, before she disappeared into the soup.
Whereupon the apoplectic butler whisked off the top of the soup tureen, and shot, all at once, into a state of violent activity.
A "Nejlika" soup tureen, cover and plate stand from the 1700 series can fetch around PS1,000.
The set includes two small serving bowls, a small platter, a covered soup tureen, a cream pitcher and a sugar bowl.
The Lord Mayor's Silver Gallery displays a collection of local historical artefacts including the original Northumberland Plate awarded to the winner of the first Pitmen's Derby in 1753, and the magnificent 1806 soup tureen and stand presented to Admiral Lord Collingwood for services rendered to his country.
A delicate soup tureen, a nod to the fragrance of tuberose.
A soup tureen that belonged to John Lennon (PS80-PS100).
We love this soup tureen used as a vase for the hydrangeas.
The Sinigang na Malaga is presented in soup tureen with lots of plump, skinless tomatoes, greens and siling haba.
Included here are a soup tureen designed by Jean Puiforcat; Edward Steichen's portrait of Fred Astaire; a brass-framed mirror by Austrian Franz Hagenauer; a still from the Busby Berkeley film, Footlight; and The Portrait of a Young Girl in a Green Dress by the Polish painter Tamara de Lempicka.
How about a hand-painted porcelain soup tureen valued at $6,000 to $8,000?
On the dining table, decked with large red and gold ornaments and candles surrounded by fresh greenery, an antique soup tureen held the year's chosen main course--a tomato-basil bisque that Sylvia adapted from one she found