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Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Tea Cup Tuesday



Good morning. Wimbledon (Tennis) is going beautifully the weather is fab and It's Tea cup Tuesday what more do you need woo hoo. This is my newest addition to my collection. And what a beauty it is, isn't it? Some of you may recognise it as this has been shown on TCT before by Terri her self. When we did the Easter swap I was let down and Dear Terri came to the rescue. The end result of which was this beautiful Trio and a wonderful goodie bag (which I forgot to take a photo of sorry).





I think you will all have to agree that this is a fine piece to any collection and I am so happy to own it. The touch of the china is so delcate and it's so fine it's almost see through and to have survived all this time in such a wonderful condition is a credit to who ever has been looking after it all these years. Now it is my turn, and this will be used, as all good china should be. However, I will be extra careful ;0) Thank you for popping round to share by china and I hope to be seeing some beautiful china on my rounds today. Love Dawn xx

6 comments:

Johanna said...

Hi Dawn,
what a lovely tea cup you are showing us. It is really pretty with the little golden Ivy-border. So elegant. Thank you for sharing this treasure.
Best greetings, Johanna

Diann said...

Hi DAWN! this really is a beautiful teacup. So delicate. I adore the pretty gold ivy border! Have a wonderful day!

Snap said...

Beautiful tea cup and a treasure! Happy Tea Day!

Terri said...

I am thrilled it is home safe with you! I know you will enjoy it. I love using mine, the delicate feel of the cup really makes me feel elegant when I drink from it. Hugs,
Terri

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

What an elegant tea cup! Just loved it. Everything looks so perfect here. Thanks for sharing.
Hope to see you on my blog:)

Suz said...

I am new today, Dawn (though I have been on your blog before) and love this elegant tea cup. I have suddenly developed the obsession to collect them, after rejecting it all in the sixties. I have one tiny cup and saucer that is not at all fine but sprinkled with the prettiest roses. Do stop by if you have time.
Fondly,
Suz

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