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Monday, August 13, 2012

Tea Cup Tuesday-Morning Tea

Happy Tea Cup Tuesday!
What a fabulous Monday this has been.
Just returned home from a long trip, 
And tea was the perfect restorative!

...along with some delicious new treats from Whole Foods...


Orange Cranberry

Strawberry Chocolate Chip
(my favorite)

Limoges china has always delighted me.
(I have read that 50% of all porcelain in France is made in Limoges)
I think it is the sprays of flowers....

that adorn their china, look ethereal and fairy like...
....do you think so too?
These beauties make my restorative tea even more effective! Lol!
Add some quiet time with the sun streaming in and you have perfection!

(The top two cups are Theodore Haviland...and the last has a GDA France Haviland Backstamp)
Tea cups are so Joyful!
So pretty!
No wonder we love them!
Thank you so much for your visit
and for sharing your tea cups with us all today.




How wonderful, you just came back from a long trip, which I'm sure you had a great time! Lovely tea setting sweet lady and your teacups are stunning, I love Limoges china, I have a complete set that mother gave me several years ago. Yes, we just have a LOVE AFFAIR WITH TEACUPS and Tea Time too! Thank you for hosting, have a blessed week.

Marjanne said...

Hi Terri, thanks for your beautiful post! I am having holidays at my parents, back to my roots, with my husband.life is beautiful!! Hugs!

Donna Heber said...

Hi Terri,

Limoges is one of my favorites and your teacups are all stunning! Don't pretty things just make you smile? Have a great week and thank you for hosting.

Johanna Gehrlein said...

Hi Terri,
your vignettes are as always beautiful. Especially the dainty doily tea cozy catched my eye. How romantic and this inspires me again to make such tea cozies, too. Your china is wonderful, very dainty and charming. Thank you so much for this beautiful post and for hosting this event.
Best greetings, Johanna

Beth in NEPA said...

Enjoyed your morning tea. Lovely cups!

Kathy said...

Hello Terri,
I hope you had a marvelous trip - it is wonderful to get away from time to time. Your Limoges teacups are so beautiful - they look marvelous stacked together - I do appreciate you sharing and hosting. I hope you have a blessed week,

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

Beautiful tea cups! So dainty looking!
I found some great buys at the Thrift Stores last week so I linked up!
Thanks so much for hosting!!


Anonymous said...

Oh Terri...these cups are little darlings, that's what!
I love them...so pretty, and the treats, well...I don't mind if I do!

Thanks for sharing.

ciao bella
Creative Carmelina

Two Cottages And Tea said...

Such pretty teacups, I love them all! Your lacy teacozy is beautiful! A perfect morning tea! Thank you for hosting your lovely teaparty!

Brenda said...

Hi Wonderful Lady! I received the tea cup and saucer all safe and snug; not a chip one! I was so thrilled to receive it. Thank you so much!
Your tea sets are very beautiful today. I do have to say that I LOVE the lace cover you have over your tea pot. Did you make it or did you find it somewhere? It's just stunning in your photos.
Thank you for hosting today's tea time. I had a lovely time.

Dorthe said...

How beautiful all, dear Terri, and your tea cozy is wonderful, love it!
Yes I too am fond of little sweet flowers spread over a cup and saucer,and these are totally lovely.
Thankyou for showing-

CEO Lisa Anne - L.A said...

Hi Terri,
What a beautiful post. I love your pretty teacups and the floral bouquets on your teacups are so lovely. Thanks for hosting. Have a nice week.

Michelle said...

Hey Terri, I hope you had a lovely trip. Haviland china is always so beautiful. Your tea cups are simply stunning! Happy Tea Cup Tuesday ~Michelle

Betty Stapleton said...

Beautiful tea cups, Limoge is so delicate and feminine. But then aren't all teacups. Glad to read you had a restive holiday...

Marianne C. said...

Hello Terri, dear..

Oh, I love your tea cups, they are all so pretty. I think my favorite is the pink...so delicate and truly fairy-like.

The cookies look absolutely scrumptious, and I can actually imagine the texture just by looking at them...buttery with a soft crunch. They seem like they would melt in your mouth..am I right?

I hope your trip was a good one, and I wish you perfect well-being.

Marianne xox

Cinderella Moments said...

Hi Terri! It's been awhile! I love those tiny pink roses. So charming. All your teacups are wonderful. Gorgeous Gorgeous GORGEOUS!!

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