Welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday!
Today I am sharing a cup that is in my month long
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I searched my china cabinet for the most summer like looking tea cup and this is the one I picked. I love the sky blue color and all the flowers in the cup!
See the lovely elegant loop handle outlined in gold.
Simple but lovely!
The flowers and ferns in the bottom of the cup are a true delight!
Here are the flowers on the plate as well as flower filigree pattern around the plate in gold.
This cup was manufactured by Queen Anne a name made by Shore and Coggins in Longton England. They created china from 1911 to 1966. Bell and Princess Anne are two other names they created china under. This backstamp was used from 1950 to 1966. So it is not an old cup, only about 50 years old or more (like me!).
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Martha and I love hosting this tea cup party, we love meeting all of you and visiting your blogs and seeing your tea cups. We enjoy hearing about companies we have not known before. We love seeing the backstamps too.
Have a wonderfully creative week!