Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Vintage Queen Anne Teacup



This vintage Queen Anne Lady Margaret pattern teacup is another pretty rose I am featuring for Valentine's week.
A teacup and saucer like this one is listed on a well-known china website for $39.99.
I paid $13 for it in an antique shop. 
Queen Anne china is/was made by Shore and Coggins, Longton, Staffordshire. 
This teacup is perfect for a cup of tea to celebrate Valentine's week!  

6 comments:

racheld said...

You're making it feel like SPRING with all the roses lately! (along with this 62 DEGREEEEEES TODAY!)

Someday, could you show your whole collection---perhaps a photo for each wall or cabinet? You must just stand and look and look at these beautiful sets.

Antiques And Teacups said...

Lovely teacup. Such pretty roses. How sad that Queen Anne (Shore & Coggins) was another pottery that closed in 1966. Shelley China did too. There are almost none left now. Sigh...Such lovely items.
Thanks for sharing.
Ruth

parTea lady said...

That is a really pretty Queen Anne teacup. The roses are lovely.

Marlena said...

Don't you feel smart when you can get something lovely for so much less. I always enjoy your blog, it's quite lovely and it is so interesting to watch your grand kids growing.

Angela McRae said...

Oh, I really like the roses on this one!

Paula said...

Of the 4 posted this week, I think this one is my fave.

 

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