Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Teacup Tuesday Japanese Cups

It’s been a while since I posted for Teacup Tuesday.  I haven’t had any new teacups to show you and have had lots of family things taking up my time.  I’ve also been frustrated by all the problems with Blogger and haven’t been able to leave comments on a lot of your blogs.


These little teacups were a recent yard sale find.


The pastel flowers are pretty, although I’m not sure what they are.


These were made in Japan and probably quite inexpensive.  They certainly were for me – .25 cents apiece.


This little cup was perfect for some David's “Forever Nuts” tea and a mini cheesecake to enjoy with it.  The plate is Wedgwood Queen’s Ware in the “Edme” pattern.


The placemat was another yard sale find from a few years ago.  The only words written in English on the package are Gen Collection. 

Please visit Terri and Martha for lots more Teacup Tuesday.


Snap said...

I like these little cups ... perfect to hold in the hand! Happy Tea Day!

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

Beautiful post! Loved the tea cups! Lovely blog you got here. Thanks for sharing.
Hope to see you on my blog:)

Terri said...

What pretty cups! I can't believe how little you paid for these beauties. I am sure you will enjoy them. Thank you for sharing your fab find!

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Marilyn said...

Pretty cups. I sometimes enjoy cups in this style for a change of pace in my tea drinking.

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: Thank you for sharing these cute little cups with us. I love to see the different kind of tea cups out there. Have a wonderful weekend. Blessings, Martha

Darlene - The Tea Enthusiast's Scrapbook said...

The cups are beautiful and the price is even better! LOL! I'm sure there is a matching teapot floating around some where. Actually, a white gaiwan would work really nicely with your cups.

Thanks for sharing!


Angela McRae said...

I'm glad to know I'm not the only one who's had problems! I could have sworn I left a message on that last post, but when I looked just now I had not. Hmmm ...

Anyway, I love the pairings you have here, and of course, seeing the tea goodies as well!

Anonymous said...

love the delicate cups. perfect for a small sip of tea. thanks for sharing!

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