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Ruth W (Antiques And Teacups)
Works at Antiques And Teacups, Time Was Antiques
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I love Antique Staffordshire transferware...don't you????
This is an antique early Staffordshire, England blue and black soft paste porcelain transfer or transferware tea cup and saucer in the New London shape made during the reign of Queen Victoria in 1850-1870s. The design has a blue gothic or moorish design with black portraits of people in midieval dress. The teacup and saucer are in very good condition with only 2 old cup rim chips and some age discoloration. A wonderful piece of polychrome transfe...
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Wonderful post for this week...thoughtful and so true.
A lifestyle blog about cottage tea and recipes with lots of tea photography.
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Hi Thelma...I love your Irish tea...I have Irish scones this week too...and I love your teacups. A perfect preparation for St. Patrick's Day!
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St. Patrick's Day is the 17th of March. I am having some friends for tea. I've baked some Irish soda bread and scones. Grab a cup and have a tea. Irish Scones with orange and cranberries. Irish Soda bre...
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Thanks Ruth for sharing my blogs and kind remarks. xo
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This is the cutest little amber glass open salt by Degenhart, USA from the 1960s called Bird & Berry..see why??? Love this little guy!
This is a dark amber pressed glass open salt, salt dip or salt cellar called Bird And Berry that was made by Degenhart, USA in the 1960s from old Victorian McKee Glass molds. The figural bird shaped open salt measures 1.75 inches high by 3.25 inches long by 2 wide and is in excellent, mint condition with no chips or cracks. So cute!
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Blue and white...you don't often see double salt dishes! Czech 1940s porcelain in the Blue Onion pattern...at Antiques And Teacups
This is a lovely vintage 1940s Czechoslovakian double open salt, salt dish or salt dip in the Blue Onion pattern. The elegant blue and white fine porcelain double salt was made in the 1940s by C Teichert, Dubi', Czechoslovakia in a variant of the Blue Onion pattern in flow blue transferware. The handled double salt measures 2.25 inches high at the handle by 5 inches long by 3 inches wide and is in excellent used vintage condition with no chips, ...
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Awesome Cinnamon Loaf cake and a Shelley! Heaven!
Hello My Lovely Tea Friends! Welcome to "Cinnamon Loaf and Tea!" I do hope you survived another Hallowe'en and are eager to begin the new month of November. On Hallowe'en we had a little family party...
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Pretty pink Aynsley for Mother's Day...
This is a vintage Aynsley China, England gorgeous pink cabinet quality cup and saucer with a fruit cup center and a gold overlay design of swags and a lacy filigree with gold trim. The ornate pattern is number 2832 and the bone china teacup was made in the 1950s. The pedestal cup is 3 inches high by 4.5 inches in diameter and the saucer is 6 in diameter. The cup and saucer are in excellent used vintage condition with no chips or cracks. A star of...
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Queen Elizabeth II tea tin from her Silver Jubilee in 1977. Her 90th birthday is coming soon! Available at Antiques And Teacups
This is a commemorative tea tin, biscuit tin or tea caddy made to commemorate the Silver Jubilee in 1977 of Queen Elizabeth II of England who was crowned in 1952. The tin measures 4.5 inches in diameter by 5.75 inches tall and has great full color photos and graphics and is in very good ++ condition except for scratches under the lid from being used and other minor wear.
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Wonderful! A slightly simpler recipe than mine...love it! Lovely photos too!
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St. Patrick's Day is the 17th. of March. This traditional Irish Fruit Bread is quick to make and packed with flavour. A excellent combination of currants, orange rind and cranberries. The buttermilk and baking soda t...
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Love these versatile 1920s Noritake/Morimura individual open salts...but they are great for individual teabag holders or servers of individual cream, jam or lemon curd on the tea table!
This is a pair of art deco porcelain open salt, salt dip or salt dishes made by the Morimura Company, an early mark of Noritake, Japan in the 1920s. Each hand painted open salt dip has an art deco floral design on a very pale yellow, green rim and gold trim. The open salts measures 2.5 inches long by just over 1.5 inch wide. The salt dish is in very good +++ used vintage condition with no chips or cracks. A very pretty pattern and very collectibl...
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Hi Ruth - oh these are neat!

You find the best china wares!

Hope you are enjoying the season! Hugs! ♥
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I love your pretty Limoges rosebuds! How dainty! Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea.
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My last French Vintage Finds from a flea market French Fine Porcelaine "Limoge" Veľmi ma potešili tieto kúsky francuzského porcelánu Limoge, ktoré som nedávno našla na trhu. Tenký porcelán, nezvyčajne široko f...
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Thanks Ruth, you are master with your lovely pieces! xoxo
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