A Message from Ruth at Antiques And Teacups

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Monday, January 24, 2011

Royal Stafford Berkeley Rose for Teacup Tuesday, Rudyard Kipling tea poem




Teacups are a favorite part of my life...to admire and to drink from as well as my livelihood at Antiques And Teacups! I am sharing this one for Teacup Tuesday with  Rose Chintz Cottage and Martha's Favorites and Terri's Teacup Tuesday. Can't get enough teacups! The cup and saucer is in the Berkeley Rose pattern by Royal Stafford, England and oh, so pretty!


To see more about this teacup visit:
Royal Stafford Berkley Rose Teacup


Royal Stafford China, England was a division of Thomas Poole and Gladstone, formerly Thomas Poole and Gladstone China Ltd. The Royal Stafford name dates back to 1912, but this is a later example dating to the early 1950s. I love the elegant shape, lush roses and sponged gold trim. Sigh...don't you just love beautiful china?


We had a kettle; we let it leak:
Our not repairing made it worse.
We haven't had any tea for a week...
The bottom is out of the Universe.
~Rudyard Kipling

Have a wonderful day visiting all the other teacup parties. I can't wait to see all the offerings! Cheers!

14 comments:

  1. Hi: I love the tea cup, it is so beautiful. I am sure glad you joined us this week. It is wonderful to meet others who appreciate the beauty of a great tea cup. Blessings, Martha

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  2. A very pretty tea cup! There is nothing like roses on tea cups!

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  3. Lovely, Lovely tea cup. I lvoe teacups and I love to sit and relax with a yummy cup of tea and drink out of them ~ so feminine ;-)

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  4. Ruth, Such a pretty rose tea cup. Thank you for
    sharing with us.

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  5. What a beautiful teacup and saucer! I love the shape as well as the softness of the pattern!

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  6. sooo similar, this had me checking my Royal Standard 'Orleans Rose' with sponged gold edging and loose, soft pink roses...
    GorGeous ~ Thx for sharing Ruth :)
    blessings on your day ~

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  7. Nice cup of roses...and I love the poem too!

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  8. That is a beautiful teacup - the roses are lovely.

    Cute poem too. Just the thought of no tea for a week would give me nightmares. ;-)

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  9. No tea for a week????? Oh my, how did he cope?
    Your tea cup and saucer are truly lovely. The roses are just gorgeous. It must be a real treat to have tea in.
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  10. One very lovely teacup. I love the roses.

    I also enjoyed your poem.

    Hugs,
    Penny

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  11. This is a very beautiful teacup - thoroughly enjoyed it!
    Hope you have a warm, happy day,
    Kathy

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  12. my oh my! such a beautiful teacup! love the roses and shape of the cup! stunning!

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  13. Roses, roses ... you can't beat roses!!! Happy Tea Day! Kipling had a way with words, didn't he?!!!!!

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  14. Hello there dear lady!

    I'm delighted that you joined us once again with the fun for TTTT as well as for the 67th, 'Tuesday Tea For Two'; our little corner of, 'Tuesday Tea Time In Blogland!..,

    What a fabulously pretty pink rose teacup!.., Just beautiful! ~ Good old Kipling.., Oh my!Thanks so much for sharing these gems with all of us!..,



    Have a wonderful week!

    Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee
    http://theplumedpen.blogspot.com


    P. S. ~ Sorry I was so late this week in posting due to technical difficulties, (especially with my, 'The Plumed Pen' blog).

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