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Friday, March 21, 2008

More teacups!

After blogging I have now realized I am a Novice at teacup collecting. But I thought I might as well get pictures of all my cups while I was thinking about it. The little bear in the picture is a teacup bear. She is holding a small teacup in her hand. Thinking back I know my mom had teacups. But as she was cleaning one day decided she didn't need them and sold them in a garage sale for .50! I am cringing myself right now. Oh how I wish I had those teacups now. But, that was then and this is now and I am thankful for the few beautiful cups I do have. Hope you enjoy seeing them!


MammyT said...

Oh, My! Very pretty collection. I had a few teacups collected and when I left Alaska, I gave them away to someone who would appreciate them. They were just on the other side of the line I had to draw!

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Ohhh, I really like all those tea cups! Is that a yellow rose tea cup?

Thanks for sharing! You sure are getting good with your posts - multiple photos, and videos! Wow!


Kat said...

Love them,C!

La Tea Dah said...

You have some beautiful teacups! I love the one with the black background especially. . .and the teacup bear is adorable! Lovely!

I'm so glad you shared the rest of 'em!


Hootin' Anni said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!!! If only I had room to start collecting them. LOL Yours are truly wonderful.

I did a Friday Show N Tell this week [I know it's been canceled, but I wanted to show off a prize I won and sent to me by one of our Show N Tell players ---it's Easter themed!! Drop by if you can? I'd love to have you visit. And have a great holiday weekend]

A Hint of Home said...

Very Pretty! I didn't realize you had so many!

I have a couple of those bicycles. We probably got them together.

Carrie said...

Your teacups are all exquisite! Thanks for photographing and sharing them. It would be interesting to hear about how you acquired them.

Charlotte said...

Lovely cups. It is a shame about the ones that belonged to your mother. So many times we don't appreciate things until they're gone. That can lead one to be a packrat though and keep everything. I have gotten rid of a lot of stuff, but am still kind of a packrat.
Thanks for the nice comment about my crosses. The base of the one on the coffee table is made from Arizona stone. I think the man that makes them gets them somewhere up by Sedona. The color of the photo isn't exactly true to the real color that it is.

Gina E. said...

These are lovely! What a shame you didn't get to inherit your Mom's tea cups...I hope you have a daughter who will look after yours when you are gone!

kathi said...

Beautiful teacup collection, I have seen so many precious teacups...I'm trying not to covet any of them :)

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