Monday, October 10, 2011

Rosina China Centenary Year


This weeks pretty bone china teacup was made in England by the Rosina China Co. Ltd. in the Centenary Year pattern.


I decided to photograph the teacup in the multi purpose family room area.  This solid wood dining set is amazingly heavy and I soon discovered that I was not going to budge any of the chairs.  


The footed cup has a pretty shape, with an elegant handle and a dainty floral pattern with gold trim.


The combination of flowers is lovely, especially the pink roses and parrot tulips.


The Rosina China Co. Ltd. in Longton, Staffordshire, UK used this mark from 1941.


Please visit the lovely blogs of hostesses Terri and Martha for more Teacup Tuesday.

Plate with macaroons


Terri said...

What a lovely Rosina cup! The shape is fab as well as the beautiful flowers strewn all over it. Rosina makes such pretty cups!

Antiques And Teacups said...

Gotta tell you...the pattern name is Centenary Year! And was made for a company anniversary. LOL! Still gorgeous! I LOVE Rosina! They made such lovely teacups!

Snap said...

The Rosina cup is lovely. The macaroons look delicious, too!

Princesa Nadie said...

Truly lovely
Comming here is always a pleasure

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: What an amazing table and chairs. Love the tea cup. Thank you so much for sharing it with us. Your post is beautiful. Blessings, Martha

Marilyn said...

Beautiful cup, but amazing table and chairs. Then you have to tempt me in the end with macarons. Oh you temptress.

Angela McRae said...

That furniture is amazing, so I'm glad you showed it as well! That is a very pretty teacup and I love the nice shape!

Micupoftea~ said...

This is SO charming! Love the footed cup and delicate florals. Even the name is sweet~ Have a great weekend, thanks for visting my blog :)

Red Rose Alley said...

I heard that those cookies are so delicious, but I've never tried them. Are they French? I love your tea cup.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

Antony Moss said...

I used to work at Rosina back in the mid to late 70's.
The shape of the cup and saucer is called "Eton"
This shape was used for several different designs, with just the decoration being changed.


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