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Monday, 25 February 2013

Pink for TeaCup Tuesday 2.26.13



Here we are at our final February 
TeaCup Tuesday ~

Posting a familiar fave I grew up with at my Nana's..
Royal Albert 'BLossom Time'
I probably should have saved this post as a
tribute, perhaps for MuM's Day,
to the loving woman who shared her china gifts
with a wee girl who would grow up to love them
because she did...



Ah well, those are fond memories whatever the day!

I particularly love how the squarish tea plate shape
sets off the cup and saucer..

and here's the lovely saucer on its own ~



I would love to brew up a  pot of luxury tea from Whittards Chelsea
to share with you !

Unless any of you are intending a surprise visit,
here's a Tea Party poem that will have to do for now! ..


~ from Miss Rose Sister Violet ~


If any of you take along your fave teas when you're travelling,
this would make tea a traveller's treat ~




Hoping your Tuesday is Tea-riffic !

Joining all the blogging Tea Cup Luvers at


See you for Tea Time next in March... =)

Photobucket


Ruth's for both these TeaTime posts


Thursday Favorite Things





21 comments:

Terri said...

Beautiful post! I really love Blossom Time. It is such a gorgeous pattern. I too, think the square plates are fab. The scene is so lovely. I can't imagine an entire table set with these beauties.
Hugs,
Terri

Michelle said...

Wow, what a gorgeous design! I love the pattern and all that pink. The square plate is a nice surprise. Thanks for sharing! ~Michelle

Dawn said...

Oh what a lovely trio xx

Dianne said...

Wow this is a gorgeous set, and a lovely post. the painting on them is breathtaking, thanks so much for sharing..

Marie said...

Loved your site and motto. Hopping here from Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop. Serving tea to my besties by selecting their favorite tea cup from my collection is one of my favorite things to do. Can't wait to see more of you. What a blessing.

Marie @ http://123craftcafe.com or http://asatisfiedspirit.com

Denise Marie said...

very nice indeed! Happy Homemaking!

Countrified Hicks said...

What a beautiful tea cup set. My godmother was from England and we had tea parties together several times a week when I was a young girl. Your posts remind me of her. I am hosting a blog link up and would love for you to come and join us. You can link up 3 different posts a week so come on over!
http://countrifiedhicks.blogspot.com/2013/02/mondays-with-countrified-hicks-4.html

Maureen said...

My aunt gave my daughter one place setting of Blossom Time many, many years ago. She still has it. After this long winter, how nice to see all the blossoms!

Donna McMorrow said...

How beautiful. Thank you for sharing such a precious memory. I remember drinking heavily sugared tea with my grandmother. How I wish I had some of her teacups.

Hazel Ceej said...

Very pretty! The Tea Party quote is perfect for me since I live alone, and I love having tea. I'll try that :)

Dropping by from the Thursday Favorite Things hop,
Hazel

Katherines Corner said...

I would love to join you for tea. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop your participation is what makes it so much fun. Hugs!

lugarandcompany said...

Love the tea setting design! It reminds me of home and the poem, so sweet! Blessings! Susan

jennspeacornpopnuts.com said...

Oh, I'm so glad I stopped by here. I too love your tea cup, saucer and plate. I love the different shapes but also the way the road leaves off and picks up when the saucer sits on the plate. I'm not often taken with too many china patterns - but that took me! ;)
AND I loved the poem you shared. I did save it as an image for me to see on my desktop - if you prefer I didn't just let me know and I'll remove it.
Goodness, that was a nice cup of tea! Thank you!
Happy Pink Saturday and Homemaking Link-Up. I'm posting with both. On PS I'm link #78 and on HLU I'm link #47 - my ID on this comment will take you to another of my blogs. I'm going to have to figure out how to stop or fix that somehow.
Thanks, Jenn

jennspeacornpopnuts.com said...

I loved your post so much - I'm preparing a post for tomorrow that features your post - by way of a tiny tiny picture of your teacup. It's on my blog Just Put The Pan On The Table (it won't link here, but my main blog will and there is a link in the header menu for the blog). Thanks for sharing your post. I'm still dreaming about that china pattern! Jenn

Antiques And Teacups said...

One of my favorite RA patterns. I love the landscape designs...so beautiful and nostalgic! Glad I brought back some memories of the Gladstone tea shop...think I had tea cakes last time I was there....Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
Ruth

Pamela Gordon said...

I love this Blossom Time tea set. I think my aunt had some of this china and I always admired it. Very appropriate for springtime. Pamela

Beth said...

Blossom Time is a gorgeous pattern! So springy! Love the poem, too! (chuckle)

Mrs. Sarah Coller said...

I love this sweet post. Your setting is so pretty...are those cherry blossoms on the tree? We drove through Portland, OR yesterday and I snapped a quick picture of a cherry tree that had blossomed...so pretty!

Thanks so much for linking up to my Homemaking Linkup! Hope you're having a great week so far.

Blessings,
Mrs. Sarah Coller

Mary Massot said...

Hello, I am french and I leave near Versailles, but, I am sorry, my english is not good. I love your cup with flowers of cherry... is so beautiful. Good day !
Anne-Marie

Marianne said...

Just popped over from Jenn's blog to say that your cherry blossoms tea cup/saucer is absolutely beautiful...so full of spring and cheer.

Blessings for a lovely spring,
Marianne

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

THankyou all for your sweet comments and taking time to stop in at FHC!

You are blessings on each day's journey..

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