Thursday, August 12, 2010

Vintage Royal Victoria Teacup and Saucer

Today, I'm joining Miss Spenser's Blog for Teacup Thursday.
I purchased this pretty Royal Victoria bone china teacup at an antique shop in Canton, Ohio for only $5. 

Visit Tea and Talk for her Tuesday post to see what appears to be the same pretty teacup with a different English marking on the bottom, and a better price as a yard sale find. 


4 comments:

Paula said...

very pretty!

parTea lady said...

Your pretty teacup does appear to be the same pattern as mine, although with a slightly different mark. I wonder if they were both made in Staffordshire and whether it was the same factory?

Angela McRae said...

That is too funny, because I immediately thought "Hey, am I on the wrong blog? Isn't that Maureen's teacup?" Very interesting to see the exact same pattern with different marks! If I ever come across that pattern, I will HAVE to pick it up (and probably buy it) to see if there is yet a third maker!

P.S. And you BOTH got them for a great price, which is what I like most!

bennie and patsy said...

What a lovely tea cup

 

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