Monday, October 8, 2012

Second TeaCup Tuesday in October!

 This picture is of our dogwood tree decked out in its fall foliage. It is in front of my shop.... (you can see the shop in the back.)  As you can see the leaves are falling.
 It has really gotten cooler out since last week.  I hope it is only temporary.  I love fall and not ready to have the weather change to winter.

Last week we went to our favorite flea market.  If you check the blog post before this you can see some pictures from there.  While there I actually found a couple of really nice tea cups and bought them!  I am showing one this week and will show the other next week.

This week's is a Queen Anne. (according to the mark it was probably from the mid 50s.  There was  no name on it but it is lovely.  The colors don't show as well as they do in person however it is a very soft turquoise color.

After you visit my post today be sure to check out  these other tea posts.

                                                            ALSO: Rose Chintz Cottage

AND, check back on Friday.  I have a series of posts" about making fabric flowers.   I have another set of flowers already made to show you this week.  And check the blog entry from the past Friday to see more on Fabric Flowers!


Lavender Cottage said...

Your new to you teacup is very pretty.

Snap said...

Beth ... I love the stars on your new teacup! Stars in my eyes! :D :D Happy Tea Day!

Beth said...

Pretty teacup, Beth, and your dogwood is amazing in its color!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Beth, you found a pretty teacup. The pale turquoise must be really lovely! Love the dogwood too. Thank you for joining me and have a beautiful week.


Millie said...

That is a very pretty cup. I have one like it in yellow.

sandy said...

Your cup is lovely but in the pale turquoise it's probably even prettier! The stars shine!

Terri said...

Hello Beth,
I love your tea cup! I have her sister in pale yellow! I just love the vintage feel of the stars on these cups. I am so glad you found yours!

Antiques And Teacups said...

What a lovely teacup! The pale colors are so hard to photograph, aren't they? Lovely!