May 1, 2012

CLASSIC TEA CUPS & A GIVE AWAY!

Hello Ladies: Welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday No. 111. Hope you are all doing well and have your tea cups ready for another fun week. I have been doing better, however, Noah's big surgery day is Wednesday. Please pray for him and the rest of us. I get teary eyed just thinking about him. My daughter, who had surgery over a week ago, is doing wonderful. Thank you for your prayers. One more to go! I will be watching Sophia that morning. Thank God she loves me know! She even hugs me! She will help me be sane that morning.
As I promised you last week, I am having a give away! It will end in the last Tuesday in May. Noah will do the honors! I am giving away a tea cup that is California Pottery. It is bright yellow, perfect for the coming Summer. To be included in this give away. You need to do one of the following, follow me on Facebook, sign my guest book on Pretty Vintage Things and of course, be a follower. Let me know in the comment what you have done. You will get your name in the hat for each thing you do. Enter as often as you like.
I know I am late again this week. I have still be exercising, (just call me a Jock) so I am going to have to change the time I write my blog. I come home so tired. I try to do better next week. The first tea cup I would like to share with you is an Aynsley. Love the handle and the simple outside design. You can spot an Aynsley right away. Love the way the scallops turn into hearts.
Cup No. 2 is a Royal Albert. The pattern name is "Rosedale". It looks like a Rosedale, is a perfect place to live. The red flowers are enameled.
My next cup is a Paragon. It is part of an Antique Series, pattern name "Georgian". I am not sure the pictures show the pleated edges of this pattern. It is very vintage looking, just beautiful.
This last cup is Foley Bone China. It always reminds me of Terri. It is just her style don't you think? A beautiful teal color with lots of gold gilding. The saucer is almost bowl shape. Love the handle.
Here is Mr. Linky for this week Thank you for your faithfulness. I love Tuesday in blogland, so much to see. Here is some vintage costume I will be listing this week! Have a wonderful time partying!
Hugs, Martha

16 comments:

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Martha,
Once again, you have shared some wonderful teacups! I'm glad all is well and surgeries are going well too. Take care, my friend.

Blessings,
Sandi

Zinnia said...

I pray for you and that the surgery will go well for Noah. I read with relief that your daughter is recovering well from surgery. Teacup from Aynsley's so sweet. The lovely blue color appeals to me a lot. On your Georgian cup is the foxglove flowers that catches my eye. Foly Bone is a very aromatic cup with its gilding and rich ornaments. Bless you and your family! Zinnia

Susan said...

Hello Dear Martha...Oh, I missed the reason why Noah has to have surgery but he will be in my prayers, rest assured.

I'm a follower. Can you put my name in the teacup? Or hat. ha ha Take care, dear Martha. So glad you are continuing to exercise. Susan

Patti said...

Hello, sweet friend. You've been on my mind and in my heart these last several days. I've sent you an e-card and an email...hope you got them.

I have "liked" your page on FB...not to be included in your drawing...just cause I love you and want to!!

I'm quite sure Sophia gives you hugs!! Who wouldn't want to give you a hug!!

What's up with Noah? Hope his surgery is a complete success and that he recovers quickly.

Have a great day.

Love and hugs,
Patti

Linda said...

Martha- Thanks for sharing today. God is good ... Trust in the Lord with all your heart...He will take care of Noah and all of you. Until next time...
Blessings, L

Lorraine said...

Hi Martha--Ooh, my favorite is the Aynsley, but I love the pleats on the Paragon!! Lovely! Thanks for hosting Teacup Tuesday again this week, so fun! ~Lorraine ♥♥♥

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

Oh My Martha, You poor Sweet Lady! You have so many loved ones to worry about. OF COURSE You and all your Dear Ones are FOREVER in my prayers! I PRAY ever day for you!!! I hope you are feeling a bit better?
I'm LOVIN all your goodies today! I posted a VERY Adorable little unmarked yellow and gold teapot. NO MARKINGS but it's the SAME YELLOW on the inside. Do You recognize it?
Big Squishy Healing Hugs to you,
Donna

Terri said...

Oooh I think my favorite this week is between the Anysley and the Foley! Wow, they are stunning. And the others are very beautiful as well.
I am keeping Noah in my heart and wish for his very best outcome and recovery.
Hugs,
Terri

Journeyin' Lady... said...

I love the bright yellow California pottery tea cup! I liked you on FB for an entry. I hope all of your family's health issues are soon a thing of the past! As always I enjoy your tea cups. I would share pictures of mine but they are in storage!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Such gorgeous teacups, Martha!

I love their "bling" too!!!!

You have an extraordinary collection, ma'am!!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

And I am praying for your family and this surgery.

Kerrie said...

Beautiful post as always. Many prayers and blessings are sent your way today!

Victoria said...

Hi Martha..it is lovely visiting your beautiful world after so long..gorgeous as ever!Love all the cups and especially the jewelry..this last cup and turquoise colored brooch..wow!! I am in love!
I am hoping to share more tea posts soon..
Beautiful post!
I took a peek in last week, but your posts wasn't up yet..so it is lovely to catch this week's treasures!
Glad your family is well and blessing and well wishes with all you shared!
victoria

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

lovely post Martha - yes, teacup selections!
sorry for the dbl link but one is for last wk's post and not sure how that happened! so make sure you visit the post with the "May" cup for teatime this week !
[if you can delete last wk's would be appreciated & save confusion!] ty!

Johanna said...

Hi Martha,
I wish Noah all the best. I think the surgery is over now and I hope, all is o.k. Your tea cups are so special this time. They are all wonderfully decorated. Thank you for sharing your treasures and for hosting this event, dispite all the trouble around you. Take care and best greetings,
Johanna

Bernideen said...

I enjoy seeing your 50's jewelry and that art deco pin - lovely!