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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Teacup Thursday #51




You know how I love pink lusterware! When I was in Montana, I found another teacup. I really like the sweet soft design on this one. A treasure to share this week on Miss Spencer's Teacup Thursday. I am beginning to get back to normal after our trip. Jim left for Illinois yesterday and I will be off to another quilt retreat this weekend.



This little vintage rabbit candy container is hopping around looking for some Easter decorations! Hummmm....I don't know how much decorating I will be doing. Sadly, I will be alone this year on
Easter Sunday. Jim will be in Illinois, Angie will be in Las Vegas and Gina will be in Seattle.



Jim brought this small covered tureen home to me last weekend. He was at a half price Estate Sale and bought this for $7.00. It's just charming and I love it. I had the tea tile that it's sitting on-how perfect is that? A very nice match.



I was looking at these small little tea books...I got two of them in California years ago and then my friend Natalie brought me back one from Scotland when she was on vacation. The weather has turned so rainy and wintery again. I was looking for some cheer in my tea books. They always make me happy.





Happy Spring! How is the weather where you live? The blossoming trees are in bloom, along with the daffodils. I am ready for some more sunshine.


13 comments:

LELO said...

I like your teacup, mas I have to say: the vintage rabbit is cute!!!

I love decorating with antique objects...

:D

xinex said...

Hi Linda, what a great buy on that lovely small tureen. Love the color and transfer ware, would match my Old Britain Castles set. I do have a walk in closet in the garage that I use to store my extra dishes, in addition to 7 china cabinets inside the house plus all the kitchen cabinets and above them. So far I am able to store all of them but pretty soon I will need another house just for my dishes, lol...Christine

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Linda J. said...

Happy Teacup Thursday! Yes, it is definitely spring here in KY.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Happy Tea Thursday, Linda! Your teacup is very cute. I LOVE the covered red transferware dish your hubby gifted you with! How gorgeous! Thanks for your visit and enjoy your day.

Blessings,
Sandi

Antiques And Teacups said...

I love your lusterware! So pretty...and red transferware is always wonderful to find. I have the set of 8 of the little tea books, and have made several of the recipes. They are so much fun!
Ruth

Suzanne said...

Linda, beautiful teacup and so you! Glad you had fun with LaVonne:-)

Susan said...

Hi Linda...Love red transferware. Your soup tureen is soooo pretty.

Nice cup, too.

Well, it WAS spring here but now winter is making a comeback. Tonight it's c-c-c-old and snow is predicted. Oh drat. Hope the bulbed plants that are popping up won't freeze to death. Such is global warming in New England. ha ha Take care. Susan

Kathryn Ross said...

My Lady Linda - Thank you so much for your comment on my captivity post today. However, I am far from peace - that, I fear, will be a process. The situation was very painful. Your tea post today had a healing touch, though. Beautiful things, grace and those wonderful tea books with cottages on the covers - oh, yes - that is a world I understand. Pray for me to get emotionally on the other side of this in a timely manner. KNOWING the Lord has rescued me is one thing - FEELING rescued is quite another.
Joy in the journey . . . potholes and all . . .
Kathy

ornamentsbypink said...

Linda, what a pretty teacup, my favorite color! And what a bargain on the tureen, I love transferware.
Your little tea books are so sweet!
Its cold and rainy here again.
Mary

Ruthie Miller said...

Your hubby is a great shopper! That beautiful transfer ware tureen is so pretty and shocking that it was the price it was. I had to look twice to see if there was a zero after that 7!
Happy Spring from Ruthie at Lady B's Time for Tea

Donna and Miss Spenser said...

What a gorgeous teacup!! And...red transferware, well, I adore it!! I also love those cookbooks - I only have the English one -- have never made anything from it, but do love how pretty the cover is! (SMILES) Donna