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Monday, October 10, 2011

Tea Cup Tuesday-Black and Gold

Hello All! I can hardly believe it is Monday night already! The days seem to be flying by. It is just as they say "Time flies when you are having fun". I must be having an enormous amount of fun then! 

Today I am sharing a cup that I have shared before, but it is so unique it needs repeating. I had never seen one like this before, and I haven't seen one since. I think it suits the Autumn season perfectly!

When I first spotted it in the antique shop I was drawn by the dramatic black and gold and the fleur de lis.
Each one is hand painted, so they are all just a tad different. I like that about his cup!

This handle is so classy! That is a good size thumb rest on it!

I also appreciate the interesting bottom, I haven't seen a footed cup like this before either.


This is the plate with it's lovely floral bouquet.


As you can see it is a Royal Stafford China cup. Since it says "Made in England"
I know it was created after 1920.

I hope you all are doing well and enjoying the fall. The trees are turning little by little each day and looking so gorgeous! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog for a visit. I am excited to come see your tea cups!
If you want to play along just create a post about your tea cup and then come back here and sign up with Linky tools below. Martha and I delight in coming to visit you and your tea cups!


Johanna Gehrlein said...

Hi Terri,
you are right, this is an outstanding cup. And it is in perfect condition. I love the special shape and the dramatic decoration. It is truly perfect for this season. Thank you for sharing your porcelain treasures. Wish you a happy time. Thank you for hosting this sweet tea time party.
Best greetings, Johanna

Marjanne said...

such a beautiful cup, so chique!

KathyB. said...

Terri, your teacup is worth re - posting about. It is beautiful and unique. I don't think I have seen any black teacups other than on-line and this one is dramatic , yet with the flowers inside the cup, it is also beautiful.

Thank-you for hosting this Tea Cup Tuesday.

Anonymous said...

Lovely cup this week, Terri! I can't tell you how much more open my eyes are to noticing the finer details in teacups since I've been influenced by your posts - and all our other tea ladies h ere in Blogworld! So marvelous to consider the myriad of decorations and designs - unique and individual - just like each of us in God's Creation!

The Charm of Home said...

Hi Terri,
What a beautiful teacup! Thanks for having us over!

Deanna Rabe - Creekside Cottage Blog said...

That is a stunning cup! Very beautiful!


Dorthe said...

Dear Terri, I love Royal Stafford china-and your cup, is gorgeous.
Beautiful with the roses, planted in the middle of all the black.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Terri, your teacup is simply stunning! I have only one black and gold teacup and I love it too. I find black and gold is so very classy! Thanks for sharing and Happy Tea Tuesday.


Cindy Adkins said...

Oh, that is a gorgeous teacup! I would feel like a queen drinking from it! Thank you for stopping by my blog and your comment about my cats! I need to work on my teacup collection so I can join tea cup Tuesday! I drink mine from a big old mug each morning! I do love looking at the beautiful cups, though. Hugs, Cindy

Snap said...

Beautiful Terri! Thanks for showing this cup again ... worth it! Classy! Happy Tea Day!

Brenda said...

Beautiful design on your teacup! I am a fan of black and gold. I love your display of each photo. When you have a lovely piece as this, re-posting about it is acceptable!!
Here's to your health!

Maria Andrade said...

Hi Terri, I loved your Royal Stafford tea cup and saucer!
The gold over black decoration gives it a unique and very exquisite look.
I hadn't seen it yet, so thanks for showing it again.
I've got a Royal Stafford trio that I find lovely but I haven't posted it so far (maybe in one or two weeks...)
Thanks for hosting another very nice tea party.

parTea lady said...

Your black & gold Royal Stafford teacup is gorgeous. I love the gold hand painted fleur de lis and unique foot.

Princesa Nadie said...

Dear Terry
I haven´t any black and gold Tea Cup in my collection
It´s really elegant and beautiful
I love it

Anonymous said...

Beautiful! I always have loved black and gold and can never resist anything with fleur de lis on it. I just bought a very old mirror with that motif on it. Happy Day!

Unknown said...

Hi Terry! Its been a few weeks! So happy to talk with you. I took your advice and decided to repost a cup I had. Thanks..noone yelled.lol Your cup is exquisite! I had never seen it before! I'd never want to use her. The detailing on the handle was perfect too. Have a lovely week. sunny

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

What a beautiful tea cup!! There is just something so elegant about a black tea cup, isn't there?


Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

Hi Terri! I just discovered your great blog! I am your newest follower and I hope you will follow me too!

My Cottage Diary said...

Terri, that cup is stunning! It just looks "rich." I can't recall ever seeing a predominately black teacup, but your post has shown how exquisite one can be! Bess

Anonymous said...

I have a black and gold tea cup too..you might remember it from a few tea cup tuesday day's ago.....? it's not the same as yours.....but they are both so lovely! i can't stop collecting...and really should make the time to join up with you all regularly on Tuesdays......

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Cinderella Moments said...

The black and gold looks very sophisticated.

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