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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Teapot and Teacups

Hi to everyone visiting 'Tea Things Tuesdays' at http://shabbypinkandpretty.blogspot.com/.
Thanks to Kim for hosting this and be sure to check out everyone and all their 'tea' treasures!
Teapot and Teacups

This is a teapot that has no label on the bottom and I purchased it because it looked pretty with those colours.

Santa waiting for a cup of some nice hot tea.
I bought these teacups and saucers all four of them for $2, at a 'yard sale'. That was a very good Saturday morning for me. They wanted a buck for each, but if I took them all I could have them for 50 cents each. Sometimes I don't want to get out of bed very early on Saturday mornings and go hunting as my husband said BUT sometimes it is worth it.

This teacup has three different designs around the rim.

Saucer has this sweet lil' pinky rose pattern on it.

Design on the handle.

Rim of the teacup.

Design of the rose on the saucer.

This is the label on the back of the suacers and teacups.

Thank you for stopping by and be sure and visit the other participants and see some Tea Treasures fun!
Have a great day!

Love to hear your comments.


  1. Oh my!!!!! What a gorgeous teaset. I think this is the prettiest I've seen. What a lucky find..everything is just beautiful.

  2. Oooooooooh... That teapot is simply divine. Those gorgeous roses are just my favorite thing. Lucky you to have such a wonderful teapot in your collection. Love your charming teacups as well. I'm so glad you were able to join me for the final few weeks of Tea Things Tuesday. It's been a pleasure having you join in on the tea time fun. Take care and have a very Merry Christmas!!

  3. Oh Erica, your teapot and teacups are so beautiful! They go so well together. Thank you for sharing them today.


  4. I love pink roses on china! And your tea set is adorable. I especially love the little scalloped rim on the glass and that sweet painted handle.