Thursday, August 19, 2010

My Blue Spode Teacups

When this posts we will be relaxing on the ferry from Haines, Alaska, to Bellingham, WA, with no internet service.  

Our neighborhood department store had a special on these last year and I couldn't resist them.  

Aren't they pretty?

Please join our lovely host, Cindy, at My Romanic Home (here) for more Show and Tell Friday!

Sandy at Teacup Lane
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  1. Sooo beautiful!
    I love blue colour!
    I cannot choose among the 4 cups...

  2. Very pretty! I love blue and white.

    ~ Tracy

  3. Oh l love Spode and have a set of plates out in the Fairy Cottage. Check out our building progress some is finally being made as we've had a run of sunshine. I hear it will last until Friday then Sat showers so they say.

  4. Just popping in to let you know I'm still with you.

  5. The spode tea cups are so beautiful.

  6. Pretty? You call those teacups pretty??? Oh they are so much more than just PRETTY! they are gorgeous!!! I am swooning.

    Enjoy your trip! -- Cass

  7. Oh Sweet Sandy. I hope you're having the most wonderful time! I love WA. I just had to come tell you how very special your words were to me. Angel wings, really? You brought tears to my eyes. I wish I could adequately express how much it meant to me to read your comments. It really made me feel better, I just wish I could have told you sooner.

    Have a wonderful time. Warmest of hugs...Tracy :)

  8. So beautiful - blue and white and teacups, can it get any better?

    - The Tablescaper

  9. Can't wait to hear more about your trip. The Spode is beautiful.

  10. I am big Spode fan too! Your collection is so beautiful!

    Ditto to the Tablescaper's comment!

    Best wishes,

  11. wow, your collection is too good, i really like the bone china tea cups, too royal looking and too delicate looking, they are a beauty

  12. This looks a lot like the stuff we have in Holland, it's called Delfts Blauw. Delfts bleu. Maybe you can look it up on Google. It's a traditional way of Dutch coloring on porcelain.
    I have a link;