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Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Tea Time, Tea Cups, and Tea Talk...

First March Tea Time !

Thank you for visiting ~

I'm grateful to find batteries for my son's camera
and a moment of bright sun in the midst of our continuous
snowfalls to make these photos happen !

Here's one of my no name, charity shop, teatime delights..
no company - no pattern - no markings
other than 'Made in England'
{photo'd on lovely vintage charity shop find linens!}

I love how the black sets off the pastels...
and the fullness of the florals inside the cup !

the saucer also makes a lovely server for dessert on a doily !

A darling cup shape and the handle is exquisite..

Thanks for sharing my Teacup Treat !

I love your company here at FHC ~
 FHC  TeaTime on Pinterest has more TeaCups...

Have a wonderful week...

or  Ruth's always interesting


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Ana Lopes said...

Beautiful tea cup! Love english porcelain! Thanks so much for sharing. Would love to have you visit me sometime.
Have a fabulous week!
Hugs from Portugal,

Ana Love Craft

Bernideen said...

That is a really pretty teacup and saucer and the best part - English - and a great bargain!!! You did well! Thanks so much for sharing with Friends Sharing Tea!

Antiques And Teacups said...

Love the bright pansies on your teacup. So pretty! I really like the shape as well. Thanks so much for linking to Thursday Tea Things And Talk!

Pamela said...

The tea cup/saucer is exquisite. I judged drama yesterday and one play had two British men having tea in the states--china teacups and all. It made me smile!

Terri said...

What a sweet bargain! This cup has such pretty flowers, and the shape is so very feminine the way it is tucked in at the "waist".

Mrs. Sarah Coller said...

Pretty tea cup! Reminds me of better times with my step mom as the flowers remind me of pansies and she loved pansies.

Thanks for linking up...hope you have a great weekend!

Katherines Corner said...

ts a lovely addition to your collection! Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop xo

LV said...

Some people put a lot emphasis on markings. It does not matter if it is something you like and enjoy.

Jann Olson said...

Oh it is beautiful. I love the pastels with the black. Wondering if they are pansies. Looke like they could be. Thanks for sharing it with SYC.

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