Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Teacup Tuesday Royal Grafton

This bone china teacup was made by Royal Grafton in England.


The pale green is such a pretty color to set off the pink flowers and gold trim.


I like the way the color and pattern is divided into sections.


 This teacup has a very pretty shape.



To see lots more beautiful teacups you can visit Terri and Martha.


Brenda-shabbycatsandroses said...

Hello :) This is such a lovely teacup, and I really like the soft shade of green on it. Thank you for sharing this sweet cup with us!

Happy Teacup Tuesday!!

Warmest, Brenda

Marilyn said...

Lovely teacup. The green is fun, as it is not as common as some colors we see on teacups.

Terri said...

I am in love with your cup! The colors are so perfect, and the sections and florals are fab! Royal Grafton makes some really gorgeous china.
Thank you so much for showing it to us today.

Angela McRae said...

I, too, love the pattern on this teacup. Very, very elegant set! (And didn't you find this for something ridiculously low like $2 or $3 a few years back?)

Tina Eudora said...

Oh my goodness that is a beautiful cup and saucer! The pale green sets the whole thing off so perfectly. How I would love to hold that cup and examine it closely...sigh*
Tina xo

Princesa Nadie said...

I love it!It's really pretty and delicate
I'm glad meeting you again
A kiss for you

Bookie said...

Such a nice green cup and saucer! And the Blue Willow for $1.50!!! What a find!

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: I just love your tea cup. I have the same one in pink. We have the same taste, how nice. I just might look for the green one too, it is so beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing it with us. Blessings, Martha

A Hopeful Heart said...

Very beautiful. We both posted teacups that are pale green with gold trim and pink and white flowers. Yet how vastly different they are. Truly, even with the same color scheme, each teacup is so individually beautiful.

LOVE it.

Thanks for sharing,
Patti (Fill My Cup with Beauty)

Wanda Lee Of The Plumed Pen said...

Hello there daahling!

This teacup is such a lovely shade of green;just beautiful! I love it!

37 teatime posts ago a wonderful thing happened for me that I just love to share.., I began my little, 'Tuesday Tea For Two' blog party teatime in my little corner of the blogging world..,

I am delighted to invite you to experience more 'tea tastings', so to speak, as well as to celebrate what I lovingly refer to as;'Tuesday And Wednesday Teatime In Blogland'!

You see, I love teatime in blogland so much that I have three teatime memes; one is a shared one..,

This week marks my,(as mentioned), 37th,'Tuesday Tea For Two', my 28th, 'Wednesday Tea For Me And Thee'. Also there is now a shared meme,our 9th,'Teapot And Tea Things Tuesday' that is shared with my dear friend Pam @ http://breathoffreshair-paperbutterfly.blogspot.com

Whew! That's a lot of teapartying fun! I also regularly list the links and partake with as many teatimes in blogland that I can find, (and they also kindly join in the fun with me by partcipating with my Mr. Linky, links)..,

Won't you please except my warm invitation to also join in the fun? ~ It would be a pleasure to also have you join in with the ever broadening teatime in blogland experience, and come, 'follow the tea trolley laden with goodies', as we all share yet another 'tea-lightful' cuppa and some more tea party treats galore!

The tea kettle is still at the ready and tea tea trolley laden for Wednesday's tea, so please pop on by and we'll have some tea!

Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee
@ The Plumed Pen and also @ Silken Purse

Appleshoe said...

Hello- This is a pretty teacup, but I really love your green glass in your last post. I love green glass and have 8 glasses that match your glass and tray. Bear does not like them so they sit in storage. sigh* Husbands, what do you do with them *wink

Diane said...

What a lovely blog you have! I too love Russian Caravan Tea and Baker St. Blend. I buy mine at www.uptontea.com I also collect blue willow and found a precious little dessert plate with a scalloped edge for only $1.95 the other day! Aren't finds fun! The tea cup you posted today is beautiful. Thank you for visiting my blog today.

Val said...

Very pretty. I do like lining....it speaks to my need for symmetry and order!

Thank you for the kind compliment on my hat in my tea related blog post. I actually thought of you during our little meal. I must say that I was delighted by how good everything tasted....except that eating those tasty morsels made me realize that I know nothing about how to put together a nice tea menu. Could you recommend a book, or do you have a post about such a thing? I would appreciate any advice that you could offer.

Ldy ~~ Dy said...

Hello parTea Lady!
Thank you for stopping by and saying hello! Your Royal Grafton teacup is so pretty! I just adore the green with the little florals. So dainty. Have a great 4th! Hugs!

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