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Bone China Cups & Saucers

Posted by colour_me_violet (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 7, 06 at 15:50

Luvs:

This is a very small sampling of some of my bone china cups & saucers. These are the ones that I don't use. The special ones that have been given to me and have some kind of meaning. I have many and the ones that I do use I have purchased myself at either garage sales of recycling stores etc. My house has many cabinets built in so I still have to find a better way of organizing them. I enjoy serving my guests tea and coffee in them. I also go looking for some finer tea pots as well.

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I can give you a closer look at others if you are interested. Enjoy.


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RE: Bone China Cups & Saucers

Wow Violet, that's quite a collection. I love the blue and white. Thanks for showing us. ~Anj


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RE: Bone China Cups & Saucers

What a nice collection. I always drool over the ones with roses on them, but that blue and white one is a really nice pattern and shape too. The yellow one looks like it is trimmed in gold--very nice.

Bet you enjoy finding new ones to add to your collection. So nice that you have lots of storage space.

I first became interested in them when I visited my BIL's cousin. She had special display shelves on the walls in her kitchen and the cups and saucers looked so pretty on them.

I don't have much room, but I have started hanging some plates with roses on my wall. Have three plates and several saucers so far. Gives me something to hunt for when I hit the TS or YS's. Love it when I find one--get excited just like Christmas! Ha ha

Thanks for taking and posting the pics. I really enjoyed seeing them.

Luvs


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