The minute I saw this little tea set in a local charity shop I just knew I had to have it!
I don't know much about teacups, but I really liked this.
I love the picture of the quaint little thatched cottage and the pretty little cottage garden.
I can just imagine a little crinoline lady doing a spot of gardening.
Love the scalloped edged saucer and plate.
Made by Royal Vale, England.
I'm linking to the following -
This is my first linkup - hope it works!
Terri at Artful Affirmations
Martha at Martha's Favourites
Oh what a sweet teacup and plate and the table cloth is adorable~ have a wonderful Tuesday ;-)
Love the little crinoline lady! I just found your blog and am your newest follower. I will stop back often. Hugs
Oh, I love this set! So pretty and different!
So glad you joined Tea Tuesday! I love teacups with scenes. This one is lovely and your crinoline lady in the garden ... extra special! happy tea day!
Hi Liz, thanks for visiting my blog and becoming a follower. I love your cottage tea cup, you were lucky to find it in your local charity shop, it seems to be getting harder to find anything nice in our local charity shops.It's great to have another follower from Scotland, my sister lives near Stirling and I visit whenever I can. She has been thinking about organising a vintage fair like the ones I organise down here but we weren't sure if there would be as much interest. It would be great to know what you think.
I love your teacup and your photography!
Thanks for all your lovely comments. Amazing what you can find in charity shops! the crinoline lady tablecloth was also found there.
Liz your teacup is simply beautiful and I completely agree - charity shops are such Aladdin's caves of treasures! :-) You've gained a follower in me!
Oh, I love the little thatched house! The colors are so pretty, too. Never saw a pattern like that. Very cute!
Very nice, i wish i had one ;i am going to a garage sale on Saturday, i hope i will find something interesting.
Hi: I am so glad you joined us this week. I am running a little late on my visits. Your tea cup it is stunning. I love the pattern. Cottages are one of my favorite things to collect. I hope you will be able to join us again next week. I have become a follower and look forward to getting to know your better. Blessings, Martha
I love the little cottage teacups! Soooooo pretty! And your embroidered linens are just darling!
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