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In a way, goddessani and Janet, I am the same with you. When I see something like that in Jigidi I have to solve it, as long as it is up to 80pieces.
I agree with jan42ful: I love posts that include tea cups or tea pots!
Your grandmother and yourself of course, are so lucky to possess one of them. They probably had plenty of them in 1800s, but now..they are rare. Thanks.
If I had them, Lunie, they would be behind glass, in a display cabinet. I would use them rarely, in some special occasions only!
Thank you goddessani, kimmandel and Janet for your lovely comments.
Yoland, teacups are my favourite thing as well. Thanks for your comment.
You are welcome, Deanna!
I agree with you Michelle!
Hi Andie, this sort of china seems to be very thin, almost transparent. Thanks for your comment.
So lovely. I do believe my grandmother had a teacup with very similar pattern. - Wendy
Wow! I won't use them if i have them, Marina.
Beautiful Teacup!!! :-)
I loved this teacup Marina, it's beautiful. Always lovely to see another tea cup. Hugs. ♥
What a beauty!
Always room for one more teacup :-D Lovely one.
One of my favourite things - delicate decorated china. Thank you cheers Yolanda
Marina, thank you for this beauty ♥:))
So beautiful Marina xx thx ♥♥♥
Very thin and delicate China,both design and colours beautiful.Thanks Marina.