Thursday, November 29, 2012

Teacup Thursday, "Men of Harlech"


Today I'm sharing a tea cup with you for Teacup Thursday, and for Heart for Homemaking's English cup of Tea link-up. I had my tea already this morning, it was Yorkshire Gold-- and I did not take a picture of that, but I have had the same tea in this teacup before. As a matter of fact, I was drinking tea out of this cup when I had a horrendous closet-cleaning job to do one day. One needs one's refreshment in fine china to get through tasks of that magnitude.
Ahem-- now on the the teacup.
This one has a castle on the front, with daffodils . 

Large, lovely daffodils are on the back, as well. I have not seen many spring flowers on teacups. This one is especially nice to have tea in when the real daffodils are blooming out doors. Don't worry-- cold winter is coming now but in a few months the flowers will be back:)

This Goodwill find is a Royal Albert Bone China cup, part of the Traditional British Songs --Series of Six. This one is "Men of Harlech."

Alas, there was no saucer to match it. But this thrift store saucer sets off the cup nicely. 

It is "Rosina" bone china, made in England. 
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