Tuesday, April 13, 2010


Today is Teacup Tuesday, and I got a very late start, working on tax things, I am so glad that tax day is just about over. This is my crazy teacup, but I really like how different it is. I have had this for years and usually I buy cups that are made in England, Germany, Bavaria, France. I have no idea where this cup was made, but I do believe it is really old. The gold along the brim is almost worn away. The colors in this cup are just beautiful with it's pink saucer. The back is rather plain, but the front is kinda crazy. The gold object sticks way out and I think that's what drew me to it. I also love the shape of the cup and the gold trim on it. It is very thin and it just has the number 46 on the bottom. Thank you for visiting my blog today and thank you to Martha and Terri for Teacup Tuesday. Click on the button and to go see the other teacups .


Lululiz said...

That sure is the craziest cup and saucer I have ever seen, lol, and it is magnificent!

Terri said...

Yes, Terri, this is a very unusual cup! I like it too, so different in shape and style, and that gold emblem on the front is amazing. I wonder where it was made? Guess it will remain a mystery : )

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: I think this is a handmade German cup. It is very valuable. I just love it, stunning. I am so glad you were able to join us again this week. It would not be the same without you. Blessings, Martha

Debby said...

I thing this is spectacular, so much beauty.

Anonymous said...

Terri, I hope you discover its origin. I was thinking Japan. It reminds me of the gold on a Japanese creamer that I have. It's very unusual.
Don't you just love teacups! I can't drink tea from a mug. It must be a teacup! ;-) I truly believe it tastes different.
www.uptontea.com has some excellent teas! We love the Baker St. blend.
Loved your post!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

OMG!! I just adore it!! It is so unique and stunning!!

Vicki said...

Hi, Terri,
That is a very unusual teacup, but it is very beautiful!! I love the shape and colors used on it, and yes, I think it is very old. Thank you for sharing with us. I hope you have the loveliest of weeks! Vicki

Mari said...


La Dolce Vita said...

what an unusual cup!

debi said...

Wow! That's really unique....and beautiful!

Bella said...

What a fun teacup.. I love the unusual!
Thanks for your kind comments! You better hurry to tulip festival... it's in full swing!

Kim said...

That's a beauty!! Love it!

BucksCountyFolkArt said...

Just wanted to say Hi! What a yummy site!


Christy Laudig said...

What a beauty...this is a fabulous display of tea cup art. Love the colors and the artwork on it.

Hugs & Butterfly Kisses!


Terri Gordon said...

Thank you so much ladies, I appreciate your comments. Have a wonderful week.

Burlap Luxe said...

hello Terri
Thank you for stopping by, comments always support out art and the time we put into blogs.
I know I I said this before but your header is great!!!
Love the way the china matches your blog perfectly :)

Jessica at Kids Napping? I'm Scrapping! said...

Darling teacup!
I also came by to let you know that I'm hosting a swap: a Pretty Pockets Swap, and I would love to have you participate. Visit my blog for more details. :D If you're busy, I understand! It was worth asking to get a lovely (and talented) lady on board though. xo.

Rella said...

That is a wonderful cup, Terri! VERY unique. Thank you for sharing.

xox Rella