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Monday, August 30, 2010

Tea Cup Tuesday Once Again!

Hello All, and welcome to another Tea Cup Tuesday held by Martha and I. We love showing off tea cups and seeing the tea cups you all have as well. I have seen some really gorgeous cups lately. I appreciate all you do to set up a post and share with us all.

I love Rosina China! I love their tea cups most of all. Here are two that I own, the top one being my newest one. I adore the roses on the cups. These are dainty cups and are very proper for a ladies tea.

This one is my new favorite rose cup, I love the addition of the blue forget me nots.

It has a lovely gold trimmed handle with a split loop and a "fake" thumb rest.

A very pretty plate.

The backstamp suggests a 1050's cup. The Rosina China Co. was formerly G. Warrilow and Sons Ltd. and the company is located at Queen's Pottery in Longton, England.

Here is a close up of the other cup. I have shown it before, but as I love it so much I thought I would show it again : )
If you would like to join in the fun, please remember signing up means you will showcase a tea cup. Tell us some thing about it, it's maker (we love to see a photo of the backstamp) any history you know of the cup....how you came to have it, what you love to drink in it.....
Just fill in the two blanks below and you will be automatically added to the list. (Click on your own link to check and see if it works, once or so a Tuesday there is someone I can not get to through their link). Then we can come and see your beautiful tea cup!
Thank you so much for stopping by. Thank you all who have been following. I really appreciate all of your comments, read every one and try to visit everyone who comes by for a visit.
May your last few days of summer be glorious ones!


Home and Heart said...

They are lovely, and I really appreciate the info!!

The Charm of Home said...

Pretty little tea cup. I have been antiquing and I have my little eye on a Limoges cup. That is my new love. Limoges.:)

The Tablescaper said...

Beautiful cups and saucers. I'm not familar with Rosina china. It's really lovely.

- The Tablescaper

Diann @ The thrifty Groove said...

Hi Terri!

Such beautiful teacups and saucers!

I hope you have a wonderful week!

parTea lady said...

Both of these cups are beautiful. What gorgeous roses and gilding. They certainly would be perfect and proper for a ladies tea.

xinex said...

These are gorgeous, Terri. I love the roses and the graceful handle and shape, so pretty!...Christine

Beth said...

Hi Terri, Your tea cups are really lovely - as always. I really enjoy stopping by to see you! Loved reading about your trip to Paris earlier too. Have a great week!

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Hi Terri! I always look forward to seeing what you will share! Lovely teacups today. Jacqueline

Holly Loves Art said...

Gorgeous delicate little cups and saucers... love the scalloped edges and gold. Prrrrretty!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

My, Terri, what gorgeous teacups! Love the roses and the gold gilding. Mine isn't nearly as scrumptious as yours this week! Thank you for sharing your pretties with us and enjoy your week.


Victorian1885 said...

Hello Terri
I love both of your rose tea cups..I can't believe there are so many patterns and makers I have never seen. Thank you for hosting!


fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

oh Terri, you always have beautiful teacups that made my heart pitty patter! love these cups a lot! Rosina is my fave too! I have few mix match set..

Jocelyne said...

What beautiful cups. Thanks for hosting this fun blog party!

Wanda Lee said...

Dear Terri,

Thanks for co-hosting yet another delightful TCT with dear Martha!..,

I so enjoy your encyclopedic knowledge of teacups, thier makers and histories.., It is so interesting and informative!

In answer to your query,(reference my recent Silken Purse blog post); I will have to go look up the information on the other teacups via checking out the makers info., on the bottom of my various teacups featured, in my china cabinet.., (I will go back and note this info., tomorrow).

The all white, porcelain teacup however has no markings and I'm told by my dear mother that it is very old; it is as thin as tissue paper almost, 'visually', when it is held up to the light..,

It is one of my absolute favorites!

Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee

Wanda Lee said...

I alsmot forgot to mention; your teacups are exceptionally lovely thsi week Terri!..,

Cheers, W.L.

Lynn-Teacupstitches said...

Hi Terri!
These are simply gorgeous little treasures!
I don't think I have any Rosina but am going to hunt for some for sure :-)
Love the way you always showcase the handles and have really gotten me to notice all the different styles and shapes!!
Happy TTC!!
Hugs and Smiles,

Doni said...

Hi Terri! Beautiful pieces today for Tea Cup Tuesday! Love your blog. Thanks so much for hosting such a fun time!
blessing, Doni

KathyB. said...

The rose teacups are beautiful, and I especially appreciate the addition of blue to any teacups. I have never heard of Rosina china before either, so as usual, I learn something new on Teacup Tuesday!

Rose H (UK) said...

Hello Terri
Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog - and WELCOME as a follower! Just had a quick look around and LOVE Teacup Tuesday! I'll be back :o)
Best wishes
Rose H

Appleshoe said...

Good Morning Terri- Once again you have shared with us all such lovely teacups. I hope that you have a blessed day. Take care.

Princesa Nadie said...

Dear Terry
Really your two cups are very beautiful...Cups with roses are always lovely but they are specially pretty and dainty as you say
I have loved watch them again
Happy tea cup afternoon

Snap said...

I love the roses, the fluted saucers, the gold edges. Just lovely!!!

Marie said...

Bonjour Terri - What a really lovely teacup! I love dainty pretty teacups like yours. Thanks for hosting another wonderful "partea".

Terri Gordon said...

Hi Terri, I love your tea cups that you are sharing, my favorite tea cups are the ones with roses and the two you are sharing are just beautiful. I hope you have a wonderful week and thank you for hosting Tea Cup Tuesday. Hugs, Terri

Victoria said...

Sooo lovely Terri..and so beautiful! wow..i love the fake thumb rest..so cool!
have a beautiful day and thanks for your lovely comment!

Ro said...

What a lovely, lovely tea cup! Thank you so much for hosting this beautiful tea party. I'm following you now and look forward to many Tea Cup Tuesdays to come! :)

paperbutterfly said...

Such delicate teacups. I can see why they would be favorites. The historical information is so interesting....Do you goggle for that? Some of my pictures are not clear of the stampings on the bottom. Any tips? Yours are always so clear.
It is always a delight to see you teacups.
Blessings, Pam

paperbutterfly said...

Thank you for the tip...I will try your suggestion.

Anonymous said...

Very lovely - I love tea cups with flowers on it. In fact, I think they are synonymous. Thanks for sharing and hosting.


Connie Eyberg Originals said...

Terri, your teacups are just beautiful! They are so dainty and sweet and the roses are perfect. Thank you for letting me part of your Teacup Tuesday and thanks for stopping by my blog. Regards, Connie

Kim @ Homesteader's Heart said...

Hi, this is my first time joining in.
I LOVE your teacups. So beautiful. And I love a beautifully designed handle. It just adds to the wonderful features of the cup.

Bookie said...

Thank you for visiting my blog today, and thank you for your kinds thoughts. I love your pretty rose cups, and the handles are very nice. I am rather picky about handles because I like them feel good when I use them. Your cups look like they have great handles for daily use.

I also got a chance today to see your last week's post. I really like that blue tree cup you showed and told about. Blue trees...amazingly different!

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

Dear Terri,
These are two stunning tea cups and both of them really speak to my heart!!
Thanks so much for hosting this wonderful Tea Party and it is a pleasure to be part of it!!


Unknown said...

as always lot of delicious things to see. Whats happened on the crafting front though? I am going through the same dry spell but I hope to make a change to that today (fingers crossed lol)

Love Dawn xx

Theresa said...

Thanks for the end of summer well wishes~ I love your cups.
Hugs, Theresa

Pellie / Penny said...

beautiful cups Terri

I love the roses.


June said...

Just beautiful Terri, this cup is lovely. You have such a beautiful blog. I have been enjoying all your teacups.
I want to thank you for the message you left for me. I appreciated it so much. It is wonderful that so many can understand my joy.
You asked about my pictures. I always shoot on manual and meter the light on many different settings. Then I choose the one that is closest to what I see with my eye. I don't use a photo editing program (can't figure them out...LOL)I just ake many, many photos.
hugs to yout

Such a Wondrous Place this Faery Space said...

Hello darling you! Blessings.

Patti said...

I am SO late making the Teacup Tuesday rounds this week. I mean, here it is Thursday, and I'm just now visiting. Sorry for being so late.

Your teacups are stunningly beautiful!! I love those gorgeous roses. I would definitely enjoy a ladies' tea from those teacups.

Hope you're having a lovely, blessed week.


Suz said...

I am just starting to collect and know so little. I am so sad to think of my mother's collection who went who knows where. The tea cups that many of you have shown are so beautiful and I am so glad for the opportunity to see and learn.
Thank you, Terri!

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