Monday, September 5, 2011

Queen Anne teacup


The teacup for this week is Queen Anne bone china, made in England.  I couldn’t discover a name for this pattern, but I believe it is #374.


It has a gold wheat and floral spray pattern.


The footed cup has a lovely scalloped shape, with a spray of wheat and flowers inside.


The cup is an unusual color, somewhere between pale pink and beige.


Queen Anne china was made by Shore & Coggins Ltd. in Longton, England from the 1940’s until 1966.


Please visit hostesses Terri and Martha for lots more Teacup Tuesday posts.


Terri said...

Beautiful! Stunning! I adore the coloring too, and all that luscious gold trim. They did not skimp on design with this cup, it has all the bells and whistles and looks so grand with the fancy shape. What a wonderful cup to have in your collection!

Snap said...

What a lovely cup! The color is luscious. Happy Tea Day!

Marilyn said...

Very pretty! I am guessing this is still from your sister-in-law's collection. She does like metallic cups and saucers. They just shine.

Carrie said...

The decoration is just so exquisite...and it's always nice to see the design transferred to the inside of the cup as well!

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: I love the cup. It is stunning. You rarely see light brown cups and this one is amazing. I am so glad you shared it with us. I am going to look for it on Ebay. Blessings, Martha

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Oh my, such a beautiful teacup! The colour is fabulous and the shape divine. Actually, the colour is close to the shade on my living room walls; scrumptious! Thanks for sharing and for your visit. Have a lovely day.


Maria Andrade said...

Hello Partea Lady,
Thanks for sharing this beautiful English tea cup and for your visit and nice words.

Trish - Sweetology101 said...

this is such a regal looking cup. I love it!

Micupoftea~ said...

Wow, how elegant! I really like the scalloped shape~ This is such a gorgeous addition to your collection. Thank you for visiting my blog :)

Johanna said...

this is a very elegant tea cup. What a wonderful decoration and this outstanding shape. Thank you for sharing this treasure and for your visit and your kind comment on my blogpost.
Best greetings, Johanna

Angela McRae said...

That is a beautiful and very regal looking cup and saucer set! I love how the elegant design perfectly suits the formal shape.

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