Tuesday, September 14, 2010


Hello, Thank you for visiting me today, I am getting a late start today, I can't believe it's Tea Cup Tuesday again, time sure seems to be going fast for me lately. Today's tea cup is part of a set of dishes that I own, I love vintage dishes and have many different sets. I love the color and the shape of the saucer. I like to use these dishes in the fall. The maker is Johnson Brothers and the name on the bottom is Pareek. I want to thank Martha and Terri for hosting Tea Cup Tuesday's, it has really been fun seeing every one's beautiful tea cups. You can click the button on my sidebar to visit see other's. Have a wonderful week. Hugs, Terri


Brenda ~ Shabby Cats and Roses said...

Hi Terri :) Such a sweet teacup for us today, and I can see why you would use these dishes for the fall; the colors definitely have that fall feeling to it :)

Wishing you a lovely Tea Tuesday!

Warmest hugs, Brenda

Denise@alloverroses said...

Beautiful pattern Terri. Johnson Bros. makes really pretty dishes. I bet this sets a beautiful table. Thanks for sharing today.

Terri said...

Hello Terri,
This is a beautiful cup with such lovely colorful flowers. And you have an entire set of these? Wow, they must set a gorgeous table.
Thank you so much for sharing with us.

debi said...

Oh my gosh!! Where do you keep so many beautiful teacups?
I LOVE the colorful flowers on this one, and the way they cross over the gold ring on the saucer. Beautiful!!!!!!

Msartist said...

Hi Terri, Oh yes I can see why you like these for fall. The colors are so pretty! It does give you an Autumn feel. I love the lovely scallop edge & gold on them too~
Happy beginnings of fall to you. ~Theresa

Anonymous said...

Oh I adore Tea Cup Tuesday.....and I haven't gone around to visit any posts yet...you are the first.....

great cup.....!!! thanks for sharing!

ciao bella


Bookie said...

Very fetching cup...has a 1950's feel to it. Nice.

Linda said...

Just found your blog while blog hopping.
Love your teacups!! So beautiful!! How wonderful it states from England-the country I am from and live in! You would love all the teacups and china here!!
Have a great day!