Monday, May 3, 2010

Tea Cup Tuesday

Welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday with Martha and me! We just love having you come to visit us, and we also love going to visit you and seeing all your beautiful china.


Today I am sharing a beautiful cup and saucer. Don't they look antique? They are actually new. I bought them in New York City from ABC Carpet and Home (an absolutely FAB store!). They are made or maybe purchased by a company in the Netherlands called Meander BV.


I love the gorgeous painted look, the colors and especially the roses and gilding.


Today I am enjoying some beautiful flowers and tea, with dessert (that isn't actually for me, but for my hubby after the photo shoot!).


I hope that you are all having a lovely Tea day.

And speaking of tea, Cielo is having a party, not just any party, but a Victorian Tea Party! I have decided to attend. It just sounds like so much fun! If you would like to come along, click on the button to the right of my page that features her party.

Don't forget, starting soon I will be hosting a new special day, a French day, with interesting stuff and freebies!

Also, I am working on some new ideas for another tutorial.


I love visiting you, seeing what you are up to, how you are, what you are creating. I am blessed to connect with you here in this fabulous world of Blog. Thank you so much for stopping by today!

If you would like to join in today, just fill in the empty blanks in Mr. Linky below and you will be automatically added to the list!

46 comments:

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Terri,
Your teacup is exquisite! Beautiful colours and gilding! Thanks for sharing.

Blessings,
Sandi

Effie said...

Gorgeous china....... even more gorgeous strawberries!

Kiki said...

Hi Terri..oh my gosh..I am IN love with this one..wow..how mega-beautiful, gorgeous Terri..! It is such a treat to see all these new cups..this one dazzles me!! Wishing you a wonderful tea..and thankyou for all your lovely comments..hugs..you are a star!
Kiki~

Jan said...

Just georgeous .... who knew they were NEW? And your photos are divine, too, as is the stawberry shortcake (drooling).
Looking forward to your FRENCH DAY!
o-la-la!

Hugs,
jan

Martha's Favorites said...

Terri: I am drooling over that cup! Stunning! Hope this Tuesday find you well. I am still praying daily for you. Hugs dear friend, Martha

Diann @ The Thrifty Groove said...

That is so beautiful! I would never had thought it was brand new!!

Janet Ghio said...

Your tea cups are so pretty every week! The one today -just wonderful and the strawberries look just scrmptious!!

Diane said...

Oh, your teacup is so pretty! I just can't imagine drinking tea from a mug. It really does taste better from something as pretty as this, doesn't it!

Do you know about www.uptontea.com ? I buy my loose tea from them. Our favorite is the Baker St. Blend. They have sampler packs in little tins that I save. One day I plan to do something crafty with them.

Blessings!
Diane

Natasha said...

That is such a pretty set but I have to be honest and say that my mouth is watering looking at that yummy strawberry treat!

Best wishes and thank you for having me,
Natasha.

The Tablescaper said...

That is one goregeous tea cup. I can't believe it's new!!!!!

- The Tablescaper

Alison Gibbs said...

Such a pretty cup - maybe next week I can join in
Alison

Victorian1885 said...
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Victorian1885 said...

Lovely post Terri...
Thank you for the comments on my new Blog! I am enjoying the whole blogging experience. Take care..

Wanda

CARMELINA LOUNSBURY said...

gorgeous florals, and yummy cup...there are so many new cups out there I guess! I had no idea! I'm in awe...thought this one was old/vintage too!

such a beautiful piece!
thanks for sharing, that was fun!

ciao bella
creative carmelina

Lorna ~ Lace and Ivy Cottage said...

Terri, Your teacup really does look like an antique! It has such lovely details. I bet your hubby couldn't wait for you photo shoot to be over!

bj said...

wHAT a stunning tea cup..just beautiful.

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

oh Dear Terri.. am salivating right now by just looking at your teacup! soooooo beautiful! I wish to get one too! that is one beautiful teacup!.. love it so much.. thanks for sharing and Happy TcT

Bella said...

Hi Terri, What a gorgeous teacup, and fresh strawberries... yey spring! This is my first time visiting Tea Cup Tuesday.. great meme... I am gonna have to come back and play along soon:-)
Bella

tales from an oc cottage said...

Stunning! I'm trying not to drool! ;}

m ^..^

tales from an oc cottage said...

Oooops! I made a booboo! SORRY for entering twice! DUH!

m ^..^

Ldy ~~ Dy said...

Hello Terri!
Be still my heart! I love your beautiful teacup! The color lavender is one of my most favorite!! That strawberry dessert looks scrumptious! Hugs!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Sandi,
OMG!! That tea cup and saucer are just gorgeous! I gasped when I caught my first glimpse of it! The roses and the gilding it just exquisite! And the colors......MY O MY!!!
Debbie

CIELO said...

Terri, I love love that teacup on the first photograph! Ahhhh, I'm so hoping you could share some of your lovely teacups at our party! ;) And a huge thank you for advertising it! ;)

Have a lovely day

cielo

bunny said...

Thank you terri for hosting this tea again. The gold detail on your china is exquisite not to mention the strawberry shortcake...lol
Have a wonderful week.

tootles,
bunny

Gratitude and Joy said...

Hi Terri,
I really love this teacup, it has such vibrant colors just beautiful. Have a wonderful day! Love you sis. Kathy

Denise@alloverroses said...

Terri, Your tea cup is absolutely incredible. OMG and the strawberry dessert makes my mouth water!
Denise

Msartist said...

Dear Terri, This is a princess cup! It is so gorgeous~ I love your post how lucky your hubby is to have such a lovely dessert (one of my favorites) Yummy!! I just want to invite you to enter my giveaway and get the chance to win some nice things. Just drop by and leave a comment and your entered!!Links at both blogs~ All my best to you and thanks for inspiring me with each of your posts! xo Theresa

CIELO said...

Terri... I just added your link to the rest of Tea memes listed on my blog... I didn't know you also host one... Guess I'm comfussed with Martha... ;)

cielo

Rella said...

Oh my! The tea cup is stunning and the cake is.......well, it's lunch time and all I want now is cake.

Lovely.

xox Rella

Cass @ That Old House said...

What a stunning tea cup. I love that "can" shape -- did I get that right? The straight up and down sides, although this cup does have some ...what wo uld you call it? fluting?
Fabulous... there's an ABC outlet about 1/2 an hour from me... hmm... road trip!
Cass

Lori said...

your teacup is gorgeous...it certainly looks like an heirloom...i can't believe it is new...i didn't think they made new things that pretty anymore!!!

Nancy said...

Terri,

Your teacup and saucer absolutely took my breath away...stunningly beautiful!

Patricia said...

Once again I have to say sorry - I have posted both names and blogs by my computer as not to make a mistake again. Your post is beautiful and the cup does look vintage. I just love gilding. Your French day sounds lovely and I am looking forward to your next tutorial. Have a wonderful week.

Jillian said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE that teacup! Very nice pick. Just signed on to your linky...I also signed on with marhtha's....is this how it works having both of you hosting? Thank you by the way!

Gaby Bee said...

That is one awesome tea cup and the strawberry dessert looks yummy!
Have a wonderful week!
Gaby xo

Lesley said...

Hi Terri,
I have just found your beautiful blog and wanted to say how much I have enjoyed browsing while I had MY cup of tea.

I just love the mixed media doll houses - adorable.

Your tutorial for the flower is amazing and I shall be having a go myself.

Thank you for your inspiration.

Lesley x

Such a Wondrous Place this Faery Space said...

Can't believe it isn't new!!! So delightful dear one! I hope your days are filled with joy and light, Amy

Nancy Maxwell James said...

another beautiful cup and with the extra yummy desert to follow! :) thank you for sharing your beautiful collection!

Rybiooka said...

Piękna !!!!
Pozdrowienia z Polski ;)

PeggyR said...

That's one gorgeous teacup as well as the rest of your pictures! I hope you are having a good week.

Suzana Scrap Blog said...

It was a pleasure to know your blog, I have learned a lot from your work, congratulations on talent.

Birds of a Feather said...

that is an amazing tea cup!

parTea lady said...

That teacup is beautiful - I've never seen one like it with the pretty gilding. Your photos are lovely.

Lou said...

Ohh Terri that cup and saucer is absolutely STUNNING! Gorgeous!!! Looking forward to knowing more about your french days...
Sorry I didn't get to play again this week.. has been a bumpy road just lately... hopefully will be back next week...
Lou xx

Sherry said...

Beautiful tea cup! The strawberry shortcake looks amazing.

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