Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Teacup Tuesday

Hello, and welcome to another fun Teacup Tuesday hosted by Martha of http://www.marthasfavorites.com/2010/07/how-my-love-affair-began.html. Thank you Martha for hosting this fun party for us. My first teacup is from Bavaria. There is no name on it just a number. I loved the two-tone look of the pink and aqua. I bought this many yrs ago at a flea market for $4. I had to show you my pretty faux cakes I got from Rhonda's website. She has the prettiest faux cakes.
http://rhondasrosecottagedesigns.com/
Here is a closer look at the teacup.


This darling little teacup, is gold and white. It also just says Bavaria on the bottom. This little teacup is so special, because my daughter and I used to have little tea parties, and this was her cup. She was about 8-10 at the time, and she is now almost 20! Where do the yrs go? I will always treasure this little cup.



This is a pretty sugar bowl I got at a garage sale. It has an RS mark on the bottom. Not sure where it is from. Just loved the green with the little delicate flowers. My little frozen charlotte cupie wants to join the party. I love these little dolls. I just bought her from e-bay for $10!
thanks for stopping by! Please be sure to visit the other participants for more lovely tea things. I am also joining http://theplumedpen.blogspot.com/2010/07/hello-there-dear-blog-friends-t-hese.html for Tea things Tuesday.




22 comments:

Brenda ~ Shabby Cats and Roses said...

Hi Debbie :) Your teacups are so lovely, and I recognized those cakes of Rhonda's...doesn't she do a fantastic job creating them!! Your sugar bowl looks very similar to one that I have...it's by RS Prussia, and definetly worth some $$$....great find!!

Happy Teacup Tuesday!!

Warmest hugs, Brenda

Rebecca said...

Love your pretties Miss Debbie! That sugar bottom is darling but I love the cups, too!

Did you make those little cakes? OMGOSH! DARLING!

Thanks for visiting me today and for your sweet words. I miss my kids sooo much. They were both so great as little kids...I'm glad we are still close today.

Love to you~Tell Mr. Debbie :) hi! ahhaha

Rebecca

stefanie said...

they are all gorgeous!!

Connie said...

Where did you get those darling faux cakes, sweetpea? I'd love to grab some of those.
xoxo,
Connie

Denise@alloverroses said...

H Deddie,

Your cups today are so pretty. I love the story about having tea with your daughter. It makes the cup even more special. The sugar bowl is gorgeous...what a great find! I love Rhonda's desserts too! Thank for visiting me today and your kind words.
Denise

Mari said...

HELLO DEBBIE,
WOW YOUR TEA CUPS ARE STUNNING :)
I ALSO COLLECT RHONDA'S FAUX CAKES AND HAVE A NICE COLLECTION....LOL THEY DO GET ADDICTIVE, LUCKY FOR US THERE SUGAR FREE :)

SMILES TO YOU~:):)~MARI

Virginia said...

They are all beautiful!!
Sweet Blessings,
Virginia

Laura's Rose Garden said...

Hello Debbie,
Thanks for stopping by for "tea"!
I love your blog and all your pretty things!
I read your older postings and must tell you that I planted Angelique tulips last fall and they were fantastic this spring! My girlfriend thought that I had an "early blooming peonie"!!!! You will love them!!
Hugs, Laura

Tina Eudora said...

Oh Debbie what a sweet find and the sugar bowl is too precious! Of course anything that has a wonderful memory attached to it is special in a wonderful way and to be treasured always. Thanks for sharing such special items!
Tina xo

Bookie said...

Both the tea cup and the sugar bowl are very nice...so airy looking and delicate.

Victorian1885 said...

Hello Debbie
What a lovely Blog you have! Thanks for sharing!
Wanda

Cindy Adkins said...

I'm in pure "pink heaven" when I visit your blog...beautiful, beautiful!!!! Just dreamy!
Thank you for showing us these lovely things!
HUGS,
Cindy

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Hello, Debbie!!

what really gorgeous tea cups you have shared with us today!!
I especially like the first one!!

Debbie

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

Debbie, you got such lovely Bavarian.. I really love the first teacup you shared with the sugar bowl to! I think they both are very pretty in colours and shape. thanks for sharing.
xo
fitty

Terri said...

Your Bavarian tea cups and saucers are very pretty! And how wonderful that you and your daughter enjoyed tea parties with the second cup!
What fab memories they must be.
Thank you for sharing these with us today.
Hugs,
Terri

Ann - Making Fun Family Memories with Childrens Tea Sets said...

Oh how cute! My grandchildren and I love cute childrens toy and real tea sets for our delightful little boys and girls tea party! They would love to see your sweet teacups. Thank you for a delightful visit. :)

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Debbie: Your tea cups are beautiful. I like them both. I want you to know that the RS means Prussia. A country that is no longer with us. It is very a very valuable piece, as well as stunning. Thank you so much for sharing your treasures with us. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Debbie: Your tea cups are beautiful. I like them both. I want you to know that the RS means Prussia. A country that is no longer with us. It is very a very valuable piece, as well as stunning. Thank you so much for sharing your treasures with us. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

Princesa Nadie said...

Having a tea with you has been a pleasure

Lynn-Teacupstitches said...

Hi Debbie!
As always you share the prettiest things! I love the teacup and your wonderful story!
I collect the little Miss Charlottes too and they are quite addicting :-) I have her in a number of different sizes.
I enjoyed my visit today!!
Hugs and Smiles,
Lynn

daylily777 said...

Beautiful teacups ! I love the doll & the faux goodies !
Blessings,
~Myrna

A Hopeful Heart said...

What lovely teacups. And such adorable cupies.

I'm right there with ya wondering where the years have gone. Our daughters are about the same age, and I cannot believe that. I mean, wasn't she just five years old a couple years ago. Yes, having our children grow up is a natural part of motherhood, but it's kind of sad too.

Blessings to you,
Patti (Fill My Cup with Beauty)