Monday, April 16, 2012

Tea Cup Tuesday-Short and Sweet

Hello All!
Welcome to my short and sweet Tea Cup post for today.
I am "under the weather" today, and so popped up just for a moment to say "hello".


 
There is nothing so lovely as pretty tea cups on a crisp white tablecloth!


 These three tea cups look so fresh and spring like to me.
Perfect for an afternoon tea.

 

....with beautiful gold filigree details, my favorite kind!

 That was the "Short"....now...

 ...here is the "Sweet" part of my post!


This was a delicious tea I had at my favorite tea shop in Glastonbury England. 
And yes, it was really really good,
and I wish I had some right now   : ) 
Thank you for stopping by!

Hugs,
Terri

43 comments:

Antiques And Teacups said...

Short and sweet maybe...but lovely too! Love the teacups, and love the cream tea! We have often shopped an antique market in Glastonbury. Such a pretty town! And had a cream tea there as well, for dessert after a baguette sandwich...our favorites! Thanks for bringing back wonderful times!
Ruth

Holly Loves Art said...

Hi Terri!
Short and sweet and lovely... and yummy!
Hugs,
Holly

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Yep, I agree with Holly. Short and sweet..beautiful and delish looking too! Thank you for hosting. Have a wonderful week.
FABBY

Creative Wings Boutique said...

hi terri,
Your cups are amazing and i luv looking at your lovely tea cups every time you share them...your collection is amazing....
hugs
tabitha

Createology said...

Very sorry to hear you are under the weather Terri dear. Speedy and complete recovery to you. Healing Hugs and Prayers...

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Those teacups are extraordinary! They are absolutely beautiful...and the scones yum yum YUM!!!!

Lovely post, and thank you for hosting a wonderful party.

Sweet Pea said...

Get well soon!
As always love your amazing tea cups.

Gee said...

Dear Terri,

Agreed with you. Those three lovely teacups are just too perfect for afternoon tea. Thanks for sharing.

Gee said...

Dear Terri,

Agreed with you. Those three lovely teacups are just too perfect for afternoon tea. Thanks for sharing.

debi said...

Hi Terri, I'm sorry to hear that you're not feeling well. I hope that passes quickly.

Your tea cups are so beautiful. With their pretty spring colors, they would make a very lovely tea.

craftattack said...

Beautiful cups and cakes! Valerie

Marilou of Lulus Lovlies and Heartful Creations said...

Feel better Terri, get some rest why you can, Big Hugs Marilou

EllenaElizabeth said...

Short and sweet but pretty as a thousand pictures. What delightful tea cups....just so dear! Thankyou for sharing.

Jacoba said...

Hi Terri,
Such beautiful teacups, they look very inviting to drink tea from.
Now, a question, how did you make the beautiful header on your blog?
Happy day!
Jacoba

Rita said...

Terri, I would just love to have tea in one those beautiful cups. I do remember my grandmother having china like that. But never remember it ever being used. TFS. Have a lovely day. Hugs Rita xxx

Beth said...

Sorry you are feeling under the weather. You still gave us a great teacup Tuesday visit!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Love your pretty teacups and the scones look amazing with their jam and cream!
So sorry you're under the weather, Terri. I hope you feel better soon.
Take care, dear lady.

Blessings,
Sandi

Mom Wald said...

So sorry you are not feeling well. At least we know you will drink plenty of tea to cope better and get better.

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

Terri, I'm sending you "Chicken Soup Hugs". Hope you are feeling great soon...
Your post is gorgeous, I'm SO Impressed. LOVE those teacups fit for Royalty! and OH MY So Yummy crumpets to go with the tea!
Get lots of rest so you can get well and GO Smell the flowers of spring.
Hugs to you,
Donna

Donna Heber said...

Hi Terri,

Oh, I hope you are feeling better real soon. Sending hugs your way. Your teacups are a real beauty! So dainty and elegant.

Ana Cristina Caldatto said...

deliciosa postagem!

khess136 said...

Feel better soon, sweet friend! Thank you for sharing the stunning tea cups ~ so beautiful in every way. I agree, nothing sets off beautiful china better than crisp white table linens. Your "sweets" still have me drooling!
xoxo
Karen

Sugar Lump Studios said...

Gorgeous teacups! I hope you feel better soon!

Maria Andrade said...

Hi Terri,
Thanks for coming to say hello and share another lovely tea with your beautiful tea cups.
I wish I could taste one of those sweets now...
Hope you feel "over the weather" soon
Hugs

Sherry said...

Just beautiful pictures Terri! Hope your feeling better soon. Thanks for hosting!
Sherry

Dorthe said...

Dear terri, this looks like a royal tea setting, they are so lovely-and the tea you had must have been so yummy.
Hugs,Dorthe

Anne Payne said...

Those are truly lovely teacups and your sweets look quite tasty! Thank yo for sharing your photos :)

Christine LeFever said...

I really must learn what camera you use. Your pictures are so professionally exquisite, always. And I would bet that even half the time you use an iPhone. Face it, it's you, Terri a masterful photographer.

I hope you will take some Airborne the next time you have the slightest hint of a cold approaching. Or, drink a good stiff vodka drink!

XO,
Christine

KathyB. said...

You are so right, a crisp white table-cloth, beautiful teacups such as the one you've posted, and the sweets! Now I am so hungry , too bad I cannot reach into the computer screen and help myself to one .

I hope you're feeling better soon.

Wanda Lee said...

Dear Terri,

Hugs and best warm wishes for a speedy recovery dear lady.

Your Scones, tea and jam look so yummy. I especially adore your lovely teacups which are exceptionally pretty, as always.

Thanks for hosting.

Cheers and blessings, WL

Rosewalk Cottage said...

Hi Terri!
Pretty post.Your tea cups are so pretty and your scones look delicious! Hope you feel better.
~Clara

Diane said...

Oh my, Terri! Glastonbury! We drove through but didn't have the pleasure of stopping for tea. What a wonderful memory for you! And what lovely tea cups today!

Happy Spring!
XO Diane

Elaine said...

Hi Terri, so sorry you aren't feeling so good today. Thank you for a delicious post, those scones look good enough to eat - wish I could send you some homemade treats to perk you up! Take care. Elaine x

Holly M said...

Feel better soon!Thanks for taking the time to share those lovely teacups with us. Holly M.

Zinnia said...

You and Kathy on Delightsom Life is so cute cups with strawberries. Sharing a moment with tea with you is nice even if it happens in cyberspace. I wish you a nice day! Zinnia

xinex said...

So beautiful and elegant! Love the sweets tooQ!...Christine

Texas Tea Party said...

Love how you photographed the cups and saucers! They are absolutely beautiful and each one would be so perfect to drink from. I enjoyed about you tea time in Glastonbury. The food treats look so tasty. The name Glastonbury sounded familiar and then I remembered Glastonbury/Lotus was a set of crystal with gold filigree I bought a few years back. I hope you are much better and will have a cup of tea to help. Happy Tea Party! Pam

Kathryn Ross said...

Hi Terri! I'm so sorry to hear you're under the weather. Hope it's nothing serious - allergies, perhaps? The pollen here in NJ is terrible! I don't even try to wipe down the deck table - it's yellow every morning!

Your teacups are striking on white!! Your sweets look delish - but - best hold off on the sugar til you repair.

I'm intrigued with your charms and may try my hand at it. Found something at an estate sale the other day that may further inspire me to the purpose.

Joy!
Kathy

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

Gorgeous cups Terri!
TY for popping up long enough to share :) hoping for speedy recovery..

GardenofDaisies said...

Such beautiful cups! Especially the strawberry one! I hope you are feeling much better now.

Victoria said...

Wow..gorgeous..totally charming...I love your tea cup photos..magnificent!!

Creative Breathing said...

Hi Terri, I wanted to thank you so much for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. It gave me the chance to discover your absolutely lovely blog. The dishes you feature are ones to wish for, and the jewelry you make is timelessly wonderful. What a fun discovery for me! Elizabeth

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Beautiful tea cups as always!!
Hugs,
Deb

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