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Monday, January 21, 2013

Tea Cup Tuesday-Pink and Cream

 Hello All!
Welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday!
Martha and I am glad you are here today to share in our fun!
We have been seeing so many gorgeous tea cups,
and enjoying lovely inviting teas with dear bloggy friends!

If you are stopping by for my Grow Your Blog party post just scroll down to the previous post : )
or click HERE

Late this afternoon I made my self a pot of tea and sat down for a nice cup of quiet.

It was a truly lovely day, blue sky, crisp air
and the sun casting a warm glow over everything.

This pretty in pink tea cup had her debut today...
I found her on my Christmas Holiday travels.

Decaf Assam was my choice, from Tin Roof Teas.

A simple, pink, luscious handle.

I baked some gluten free chocolate chip cookies yesterday,
that are perfect for my break.

There are so many lovely flowers in this pretty cup,
I didn't feel I needed fresh flowers.

See the creamy pink lusciousness???

O.k. maybe I need therapy! Lol!

Mmmmm....love to set up tea trays!

Pretty pretty Pretty!

E.B. Foley is the manufacturer of this fine cup.
I think the pattern number is 2468, but I am not sure about the two ticks that follow.
I could only guess at an artists mark.

I do love to collect cream and sugar sets. Especially petite ones.
This cute little couple were sitting in an antique shop somewhere in Virginia.

What a sweetie!
She is only about 2'' tall at the very most.

And this tiny sugar bowl is  plain on the outside and beautiful on the inside!
Yes, those are larger than normal sugar crystals.
They are raw organic Turbinado sugar.
I like to use different types of sweeteners for different teas.

This beautiful tiny set was manufactured by Royal Chelsea.
Another fine British china company.

Thank you so much for stopping by for tea!
These past few years I have been spoiled by all your visits! 

If you would like to join in the tea cup fun,
just list your tea cup post link below with Linky Tools.
Then Martha, myself, and other tea cup enthusiasts can come over and visit you too!



Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Terri,
Oh, what a sweet cup and saucer! I love the soft pink and the sprinkle of posies. You find the prettiest sets on your travels!
I got myself a tray just like yours today, only in black. My plan is to paint it white. Somehow black seems too harsh to set delicate teacups on. Thank you for sharing your new treasure with us and have a lovely week, my friend.


Createology said...

Such a lovely soft pink floral cup to sip a spot of tea in the afternoon. Yummy cookies and taking a break is so nice. That turbinado sugar looks good enough to eat! Taking care of yourself is a tip priority dear...

Anonymous said...

Oh Terri...how great it would be to sit on your pretty white sofa and have a "quiet" tea with you! of course I'm sure if we two were in the same room, there would be much talk of crafting and creating....and therefore NO quiet! heheee....

I love your pretty tea cup...and you use the same sugar as me!

thanks for your visit.
ciao bella


Hello Terri!
Adorable and sweet tea cup..wish I was having my green tea in such a cutie...and with you! Thank you for hosting and have a lovely week.

Jocelyn said...

Terri, your tea cup is so delicate and beautiful. What a delightful way to enjoy a cup of quiet :-)

Jocelyn @

Michele M./ Finch Rest said...


Your teacup is gorgeous- such a sweet pink!

I love your little tea tray, sure makes everything taste better that way!

So, I didn't realize - you are glutton intolerant then?

Happy Tea Tuesday!

Thanks for hosting! Hugs.

Felicity W said...

Dear Terri,
Your tea cup is simply elegant with spray of flowers and with pale pink ground.

Happy 4th blog anniversary by the way.


Edith DUTERTRE said...

toujours plein d' élégance
qui donne envie de prendre
un thé bien au chaud

Everydaythings said...

Hi terri, beautiful cups - I only drink tea, no coffee for me and I love to drink it out of a special cup too! what a treat!

K J D said...

Terri what a beautiful post....

The tea cup is so pretty I love how the flowers are inside and right at the bottom of the cup too!

Its all so lovely..... your tea tray is just so gorgeous :)

Karen x

Heirloom treasures said...

Terri,how beautiful your little cream and sugar and teacup is. I would love to sit on your fresh white sofa and take tea with you. x

Johanna Gehrlein said...

Hi Terri,
if such wonderful tea settings are a reason for therapy, I am ready for that. I love the sweet creamy and pink atmosphere you created. Just the right touch of flowery decoration inmidst a winterly white surrounding. Thats White Living at its best, serene but with some soft color. The tea cup is wonderful and the little creamer/sugar-set is perfect for that. Would love to join you for this tea. Thank you for sharing and for hosting this nice blog party.
Best greetings, Johanna

BECKY said...

I just love that cup and saucer. The pale pink comes across as "soothing" to me, as does everything else in the beautiful photos! The mini sugar and creamer is so cute, too. I haven't participated in Tea Cup Tuesdays in SO long. Maybe I'll do a re-post, if that's okay!

bohemiannie! art said...

Beautiful, soft and makes me want new (old) china!

Maria Andrade said...

You keep finding lovely treasures, dear Terri!
The tea cup and saucer are so beautiful with the sprinkle of posies on that lovely pink! But the creamer and sugar are another beauty, a perfect match to it!
Your tea on the sofa breathes peace and calm, the perfect setting to relax in the afternoon...
Thanks for sharing it all.

Cindy@NorthofWiarton said...

I always enjoy your posts Terri, as you never fail to make them inviting. I came across a breakfast tray a bit different then yours, however passed it to my Niece who had really wanted it.

Bonnie said...

Just stopping by for a visit while blog surfing. Your teacup photo grabbed me. I have the same one. I just arrived back home from a white-knuckle drive in a whiteout. Your photo made me decide that a hot cup of tea in a pretty cup is what I need right now :)

Antiques And Teacups said...

Hi Terri. Just lovely! A pale blushing pink! And your tea for one is so invisitng! Lovely! Thanks for sharing and hosting!

Unknown said...

oh how pretty!!! love the photos Terri!!!! Happy Tea Cup Tuesday!!!

Kathy said...

Hello Terri,
Your tea looks quite lovely. Beautifully photographed - so wonderful to join you and Martha this week - I appreciate you hosting and sharing,

sandy said...

Your cup is absolutely gorgeous! Love the soft pink and also the sweet cream and sugar! You do such a beautiful job of setting up vignettes!
Have a lovely day!
sandy : )

Beth said...

Hi Terri, Your teacup is just beautiful! Love your white tea tray and teapot too. You've created a lovely vignette.

Acorn to Oak said...

Pretty tea cup and tray. And, I LOVE your sofa! So pretty!

Draffin Bears said...

Thanks Terri for visiting me.
The tray with the tea and biscuits looks very lovely, and would be a nice way to enjoy your afternoon tea.
You asked where I live to be enjoying cherries... I live on Waiheke Island, New Zealand.
Happy day

Draffin Bears said...

I forgot to say how very pretty the teacup is, in my favourite colour of pink.


The French Bear said...

Terri, thank you for stopping by my blog, I love visitors!! I forgot to say that the teacup was Royal Albert, Jacobean......it's hard to find yellow cups. Of course that could be because my daughter loves yellow ones too!
I can't wait to share more teacups......it will fun to join in your Tuesdays!

Kathy said...

Eeek! I am a new follower and you are tempting me into a new collection. Lovely pictures!

Victoria said...

Hi Terri..awesome...such a delightful cup..I totally adore the soft pinks too..and yes it is very gorgeous..the floral patterns make it really sing! beautiful! i love the turbinado sugar too..very pretty amber colors. Your photos and your imagery is sublime and full of harmony.. love your trays..your inner joy really shines through! It is amazing how something as simple as capturing images of tea sets can spark such magic! Thanks for continuing to share your beauty.. and knowledge of tea cups!

CEO Lisa Anne - L.A said...

Hi Terri,
Lovely Foley teacup! I love the pretty powder pink and cream color with the floral bouquet. I am also sharing a Rose Foley teacup this week for Sandi's 3rd Anniversary. Thanks for hosting. Wishing you a lovely week.

Annabelle said...

Oh Terri - what a delight to have tea at your home! I will definitely be here each Tuesday for these parties. Bone china is the ONLY way to drink tea but sadly it is served mostly in mugs nowadays. I despair at the lost style.

Annabelle said...

Oh Terri - what a delight to have tea at your home! I will definitely be here each Tuesday for these parties. Bone china is the ONLY way to drink tea but sadly it is served mostly in mugs nowadays. I despair at the lost style.

Betty Stapleton said...

Correct about the bone china is the only way to drink tea and that goes for the mugs too. They are okay as long as they are the bone china..
That a lovely dainty teacup and saucer, so pretty, thank you for sharing. God bless...

Debbie said...

Just beautiful Terri. Reminds me that I should get my cups and saucers out of the cupboard!

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Hi Terri, thanks so much for your visit and for following me! You and Becky have inspired me, so I got out my camera and posted about my newest St. Vinnie find.

Your dishes are lovely.

Have a wonderful day!

Kathy M.

Flora said...

Dear Terri,
I love your cream & pink teatime, so sweet and relaxing...
I hope soon to return the invitation :-)
Mini lovely hugs,

Marlynne said...

Terri: Thanks so much for visiting my Folk Art Blog. I bet you would enjoy my preciouscottage.blogspot.com even more. I have collected tea cups and saucers for years and use them now and then for sorority and church teas. I enjoyed your blog a great deal and may enter your Tues Tea Cup Day sometime. Marlynne

Myplace4tea said...

Such a lovely Blog! I LOVE tea cups :)

Derrith said...

Your blog is beautiful! I can't wait to see more. I am a new follower! -Derrith

Anonymous said...

I hope you don't mind my coming back to link up my crochet tea cup giveaway.
Swing by and comment for your chance to win!

Ciao Bella

Cindy said...

Beautiful, I have never seen so many posts with beautiful tea cups! My mother collects tea cups, as well as sugar and creamer sets, I will have to refer her to your blog for a visit!

Dorthe said...

What a darling set, dear Terri-so lovely in pink!
I try to catch up, but a bad cold have knocked me down!

Zaaart said...

Hi Terri ...
What a darling little floral set..Isn't is delightful to purchase a small set for those quiet moments of personal indulgence... Love those sugar grains, by the way ...I've never seen them that size before. Thak you for sharing your new treasure ..I felt quite at home sturing in the mild with your spoon...Relaxing...AHHHHH....xoxoxox

Lady Linda said...

Hi Terri,
I don't think you need therapy! If you do, I guess we had better all sign up! I love love love the pink cup.
Have a great week.

Anonymous said...

Ooooo! Terri! I loved your teatime this week! Sneaking back into Blogland for a visit and hoping to post SOMETHING - even though I should be creating a lapbook project on the Underground Railroad for my students next week! Now - about your Foley cup - there are four of them (or very like) at my neighborhood teashop and I can't afford even one just now! No luxury spending for this little girl, I'm afraid. But, seeing them in person - I love the creamy texture of the outside color. And - gluten free chocolate chip cookies??? Where THAT recipe - I would love to have it! Blessings to you - always an inspiring visit when I stop by to see what you're up to.

Tracey FK said...

Thrilled to have found a place that shares tea cups... I paint them non stop and they are a constant in my studio... looking forward to linking up...maybe next week...
and loved your tea tray on the white sofa ... beautiful photo xx

Vicki Boster said...

Hi Terri-- beautiful photos-- I could look at teacups all day. My Mother had a fabulous collection of cream and sugar sets that she passed on to me and my 2 sisters. I treasure them---

Thank you for your precious visit and comment-- you've made my day! I'm so glad that the GYB party was such a success for you-- I'm hearing that from so many people-- that's what I had hoped for!! A dream come true-- right!!

I'm so happy to meet you and your truly beautiful blog-


Kat said...

Wow Terri. What a darling little tea cup. I inheritted some from my Great Grandmother when she passed away last year and your post makes me want to pull one out and have a cup of tea.

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