Susan, OMG!!! This is stunning!!Thanks so much for stopping by and I did have a heck of a good time at the yard sales last week, didn't I? LOL!Hugs,Debbie
This teacup is absolutely divine! Karen
WOW- what an amazing teacup - it is beautiful!I love that quote too - my mother was English and loved her tea and bread with butter and honey - made it all the time. Now why was she only 92 pounds eating it all the time?I inherited my father's physique. I am "solid." So I try to to keep my bread/butter/honey reasonable, haha.have a fabulous weekend.
Hello and thank you for your recent visit and comment on my Fourth post. Your teacup is beautiful. Have a great weekend!Gina at Victorian Wanna Be
What a gorgeous teacup! I firmly believe tea tastes better in a beautiful teacup. Thanks for stopping by my blog! Pam
Your tea in the library posts are inspiring me. I think I might keep a collection of my tea cups at work and invite my special friend to have tea in the library with me! What a nice treat to look forward to in the afternoon! (I work in a county office of education, so we have a nice library.) Thank you for your comments on my furniture and my art/craft. My mother actually did strip my birds' eye maple chest of drawers! I have a new tag ready for Tuesday--not as complex as the last one, but unique and fun.Thanks for visiting! (BTW: my Sunda blog part is live if you want to link up!)Laura from sundayview.blogspot.com
A gorgeous teacup! I collect teacups, too, but haven't posted one in a while. I'm glad you stopped by my blog, because now I'm your newest follower! Hugs, Cindy
Thank you for visiting! Please leave a comment -Your comments make my day!