Nov 5, 2012


Hi Ladies: Welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday No. 139! What a week this country has had. I want to thank everyone that let me know you are alright. I am so glad we have the worst behind us. Of course our prayers are still with you. I know so many have lost their homes and others are still without lights. I am going to save for a generator, it looks like that has helped so many. I live in Earthquake Country. I thought we might have a low turn out last week, but instead you came out strong. There is so much to say about just doing the things we normally do.

This first cup I am going to share with you is a Lefton. It is a beautiful hand painted, pedestal cup. Just take a peek at that handle.

I want to show you some fun very rare Lefton's from Japan wall plaques. One is Mother Goose and the other is a Witch. They are so pretty. I have them up on my website. Totally forgot I had these. Just had to share them before they sold. I am trying to thin things out for my children's sake.

My next tea cup is English Hammersley & Co. It features some beautiful buttercups throughout the middle of the cup. It too, has a small pedestal base. So cute!

The last cup for this week is this stunning Chintz Paragon. This cup is breathe taking.

Here is Mr. Linky for this week. Terri has a beautiful new cup to share with you. I love all the great cups you shared last week. Looking forward to what you are going to share today!

Praying for your safety and good health. May God Bless our Country and give us Wisdom to vote. Hugs, Martha


xinex said...

You have so many unususal teacup sets, Martha. I enjoy seeing them...Christine

Terri said...

Beautiful cups Martha. I love how different they all are. The Hammersley is really beautiful, and the gold one too....all of them are lovely.
Do you use your beautiful cups every day? I try to rotate mine so they all get some use.
Those Lefton wall plaques are really something! Such art!

♥ Miss Tea said...

i absolutely love your paragon and the lefton teacups but then again all of your teacups are so beautiful, the wall plaques are lovely, i do love your photos, you always captured them perfectly! thank you for sharing and hosting another tea cups tuesday!


Rosemary and Thyme said...

What a stunning collection Martha. The colors are so rich. I really enjoyed the little plaques.

sandy said...

Beautiful yellow and golds in your teacups and you set up such pretty vignettes with them! You must have quite a collection!

The Charm of Home said...

Love the wall plaques Martha. They are adorable! Thanks for hosting!

Johanna Gehrlein said...

Hi Martha,
oh my, the Lefton tea cup is to die for. And the plaques are nice, too. Not to speak about the wonderful tea cups which follows. Its really hard to deceide which one are the nicest. Thank you for sharing your treasures and for hosting this sweet event. Take care, my tea cup collector friend!
Best greetings, Johanna

Two Cottages And Tea said...

Beautiful teacups, Martha. How fun it must be to be able to drink tea from so many beautiful teacups! Thank you for hosting your party and have a great week!

Trisha said...

Beautiful post Martha, Blessings.

MomWaldsPlace said...

Lovely as ever!

The Teaist said...

Gosh, am really in love with that gilded cup and saucer. Stunning and so baroque. Must feel luxurious drinking from it :)

Visiting you from the link up!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hello Martha,
I love your Paragon Chintz teacup. It is stunning. Hope you're having a good week.



You always have the loveliest teacups dear Martha and these are gorgeous! Thank you for hosting. Big hugs,

Zinnia said...

The first cup of tea is nice but your Hammersley & Co. I love. Your Chintz paragon feels luxurious and elegant. I wish you a nice day! Zinnia

CEO Lisa Anne - L.A said...

You have some beautiful teacups. My favorite is the Paragon Chintz beautiful! Have a wonderful day!

Anonymous said...

Hi Martha! Earthquake Country??? You best secure all those lovely breakables of yours - such bright teatime colors this week - hopeful of better weather soon!

Jonell w Harrison said...

You are one of the the bloggers who inspire and challenge me [my blog list] I always enjoys so much browsing your favorites..


Michele M./ Finch Rest said...

As always it is such a pleasure to visit you - especially to see such amazing teacup collection pieces.

Thanks for always co-hosting this wonderful linky party- sorry I am late!

Nann said...

Martha all the cups are just gorgeous and I love your plates and that wall plaque of mother goose is just darling. What treasures!!! I came from Pink Saturday and saw the photo there. It just beckoned me to come. And I'm so glad I did. It's always a pleasure to visit your blog.


Unknown said...

Do you know the chintz paragon number or model? I would love to search for one!

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