Thursday, June 17, 2010

TEACUP THURSDAY





I am sharing a Tapestry cup and saucer today for Teacup Thursday with Miss Spensers Blog....

http://missspensersblog.blogspot.com/




Tapestry was produced by Heirloom Editions and Royal Patrician, both no longer in business and both were private label importers from England.  Heirloom had fabulous teapots- top of the line unique designs - I should have kept one of their tapestry teapots!  (The 2 teapots featured on Tuesday's post were from Heirloom Editions)  This cup and saucer is from Royal Patrician.  Pieces from China also use these decals and of course are always more reasonable in price.






I hope you visit Miss Spenser's Blog and see who else might be sharing a tea cup today!



8 comments:

Elaine said...

What a very pretty tea cuo..lovit
Hope you are having a wonderful day Elaine

Eastlake Victorian said...

Bernideen-

I just love that cup & saucer! And I had admired the teapots from your Tuesday post... now I know to be on the lookout for old Heirloom Traditions items! You have the loveliest tea accoutrements! :-)

-Pam

From the Kitchen said...

Bernideen: I've just had a lovely visit with a long-time friend. We consumed a lot of tea. She enjoyed seeing your blog. I must mention that I love the "tea mysteries". We used to live in Charleston which makes then even more dear. Thanks for the memories!

Best,
bonnie

Johanna said...

Dear Bernideen,
what a beautifull teacup. You really have the best teacups, I have ever seen.
Greetings, Johanna

Catherine said...

very nice cup and saucer! i love them. I just recieved Victoria magazinz and i did not know yhere was " TEA TIME" magazine. ( it is a tulip-tree on my blod, i did not know the name in english, but it's the same! catherine

A Hopeful Heart said...

I SO enjoy your posts...all your teacups are so very beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

Blessings,
Patti (Fill My Cup with Beauty)

Dina said...

Shalom Bernideen.
Gosh, I never saw a tea blog before. You are finding such a variety of pretty things to post here.
Thanks for visiting Jerusalem Hills DP. Glad you got to see the real thing in 1999.

Now I'm off to make a jug of iced herbal tea from the bush before it gets too hot out.
Cya again. Have a good weekend.

parTea lady said...

I haven't seen that pattern before - it is lovely. Such a dainty looking floral design.