Saturday, March 12, 2011

Teacups With Roses

I started collecting teacups with roses
and now it is hard to stop. These cups
and saucers are bone china made in England. Collecting china is addictive.

10 comments:

Magnolia Tea said...

Oh. My. Goodness. Your teacups are gorgeous! (You really should share those with your readers, lol. :)

hakucho said...

That's a beautiful set of teacups! My mother collected them to and I have a few of hers....but not as many as you! Enjoy :)

Mary Anne said...

So beautiful. I can imagine it must be difficult to keep from collecting them. We have no space otherwise I would do the same.

Magnolia Tea said...

You MUST be a true southerner then because Confederate violets wouldn't grow in your yard otherwise! *giggles* Btw, all my comments are captive in your blogger spam folder. You have to go to your blogger dashboard to set them free. ;)

parTea lady said...

Your collection of roses teacups is beautiful. I love that cream and sugar with matching tray too.

Do you ever use them for a roses theme afternoon tea?

Linda J. said...

I love, love, love teacups with roses on them! Your teacups are beautiful!

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Migknits said...

Looks like home! I inherited my mother's and mother in law's collections to add to those I received as shower gifts 54 yrs. ago!

Now the problem is everyone wants to drink bottled water it seems!

My knitting group gets treated to a tea at Christmas though.

Sandy said...

These are beautiful. Where do you display them? I'm groaning though thinking about keeping them dust free and pretty.
Sandy

THE KNITORIOUS MRS. B said...

So pretty! My china pattern is royal albert old country roses. I have a tea cup with a Lavender Thistle from royal albert and a royal standard bone china tea cup with roses from a deceased aunt that I cherish-