A Message from Ruth at Antiques And Teacups

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Monday, March 14, 2011

Teacup Tuesday

Joining so many wonderful blog tea parties today...Teacup Tuesday,  Tea Pot And Tea Things Tuesday with Wanda Lee and Pam, Tea Time Tuesday with Rose Chintz Cottage, Tuesday Tea For Two with The Plumed Pen  and more!


Because this is a St. Patrick's Day edition, I wanted to share green...but I don't have much. But I do have some green a few shamrocks at either of my websites Antiques And Teacups or Time Was Antiques.












This is one of my favorites. I think the color and design is lovely, it's from Royal Grafton, a favorite china company and I loved the heavy gold embossed borders. For more info, click on the photos.








This is by George Jones & Sons and is a great art nouveau celtic design. I love it! The pattern is called Shannon and it was made around 1910.  For more info, click the photos.


I'll be sharing some shamrocks this week so that will be fun! Enjoy the other teacup parties and have a cuppa with a friend!

22 comments:

  1. Both of your green teacups are lovely and are perfect for a St. Patrick's Day tea.

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  2. You have such pretty teacups. Have a Happy St. Paddys Day.

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  3. My, oh my!.., I love youe teacup selections for today's St. Patricks day themed tea parties!

    I love them both, yet I think my favorite is the gorgeous dark green teacup; just fabulous!Dearest Diann,

    Thanks also for joining in with the fun once again with TTTT and also for my 74th, Tuesday Tea For Two'!

    Have a marvelous week and St. Paddy's day on Thursday!

    Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee

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  4. Hi Ruth,
    Your green teacups are lovely! I especially love the Royal Grafton with its rich green and gold! Thank you for stopping by and joining me for tea today. Happy St. Patricks Day to you and have a wonderful week.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  5. Hi Ruth, Lovely green teacups you have there! i do love the different shade of green, darker and lighter, they're so lovely and the pattern are also beautiful! I have not yet pot my tea tuesday, maybe tomorrow :)

    PS: about the "keep calm" sign on my blog post, Hubby printed it out in his office and frame it for me :) Thanks for dropping by my blog! :)

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  6. Hello Ruth,
    wonderful post with so nice tea cups.
    Greetings, Johanna

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  7. The celtic teacup is awesome! Such an intricate design. Love the royal cups too.
    Blessings, Beth

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  8. Hi there, these are beautiful teacups! I particularly like the second one as it is so delicate looking with it's cream and pale green trim. Pamela

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  9. Happy St Patrick's Day, Ruth!

    These are lovely - I particularly enraptured with the Royal Grafton, wow!

    Jem xXx

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  10. Oh my! Both of your tea cups are gorgeous! I love the Grafton, I have a couple like it and yours is so lovely.
    The Shannon cup is so special too. I haven't seen one like it and I love it!
    Thank you so much for sharing your lovely cups with us.
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  11. My first visit here and I love it. That Shannon tea cup is perfect for St. Patrick's Day.

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  12. Hi Ruth,

    Nice to meet you. Love the dark green teacup. Happy St. Patty's Day! I will say a prayer for your daughter-in-law's upcoming surgery.

    Debbie

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  13. What stunning tea cups but the first one pictured is to die for!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  14. The pale green and white teacup is just beautiful!
    Liz

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  15. both teacups are really beautiful! can´t pick wich I like the most.
    cheers!
    Fábio
    Rio de Janeiro
    Brazil

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  16. Both teacups were very nice.I have to say though,being of course just me, a celtic deep down(I'm really German and Italian)I love the celtic one.

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  17. I don't have a bit of Irish in me, (French, Dutch,Scotch) but I must say I truly love the first tea caup. So stunning. Blessings.

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  18. Hello, Oh what beautiful tea cups, thank you for visiting my blog today and giving me the info about my cup, I was wondering about that. Thank you. Have a wonderful week. Terri

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  19. I am falling in love with your green and white teacup! love the colours and the embossed texture! sooo pretty!

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  20. A lovely post, and I love both of these teacups, so happy I joined you for tea! x
    http://yvettesblogs.com/2011/03/16/lucky-afternoon-tea/

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  21. Your green and white teacup is particularly lovely! I have a green and white one that passed down from my paternal Grandmother (I posted about it). Thanks for sharing.

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  22. Just a brief note but packed full of appreciation, for your post that you shared with us this week. Each is perfect in their own way. I am eager to see you and what you design next week.
    Until then, blessings, Pam

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