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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Teacup Thursday #43


I just have had so many things going, I can't seem to get to my blog except to post my Teacup Thursday posts! Another week has slipped by. I spent last weekend helping Jim set up his booth for his antique show  at the Clark Co Fairgrounds in Washington. I forgot to take my camera when we set up, so these pictures are from the last day. He had a very successful show! The next one will be in March at the Expo Center in Oregon.

















I'm now the owner of this darling wooden cradle.


I think I need to make a quilt for this one. Next project???
Here's something that I got last summer in Port Townsend and I never got to share it. It's a glove press...pretty cool, huh?


Oh yes, it is Teacup Thursday! I was going to show another Christmas gift, but I packed it away until after Valentines. It will make a good spring feature. I do have one to share that was also a gift. My friend Lynda gave this to me as she thought it should live in my tea room. It's a bit different as it's a moustache
cup. It's really lovely and is marked but I just can't read it at all.



As most of you know, I'm a big Tasha Tudor fan. I received my first newsletter from the Tasha Tudor Museum. It is so exciting, wonderful reading with lots of pictures. I so hopeful that the family will be able to build a very special museum...maybe open her home someday as a museum!



Do have a great week ahead, just incase I don't post again until next Teacup Thrusday. Thank you Miss Spenser for hosting our special Thursdays.

8 comments:

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Mustache cups are so interesting and yours is quite pretty. Love the cradle! Enjoy your weekend, my friend.

Blessings,
Sandi

xinex said...

That is a beautiful teacup. Most moustache teacups I have seen have been pretty masculine but this is more feminine. The cradle is beautiful too. I am glad your husband had a successful show. I love antique shows...Christine

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: What a great Mustache cup. I just love them. Great example. Have a great week. Martha

Zaa said...

Hi Linda... I do believe we are all bustling around ... Thank you for posting your unique must ache cup..It's been quite awhile since I've seen such a pretty one. and that cradle is just precious... Love antique shows ..so glad it was a success... now you can rest and have a nice cup of tea M'Lady....Hugs

Linda J. said...

That's a very nice mustache cup. I completely understand about being being too busy to blog.

Terri said...

Your mustache cup is very pretty! I am always amazed at how beautiful these cups are, as they were for men! But apparently, men used them, flowers and all!
I too am a big fan of Tasha's. She was an amazing woman.
Hugs,
Terri

Micupoftea~ said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I enjoyed seeing the glove press...I did not know such a thing existed! Have a great weekend...the end of Jan!

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