Ed’s Sunday Stills, the next challenge: Cups

Tea one of my favourite beverages, not the best but a close second… and a beautifully crafted teacup even better.

Due to the elegance of a fine bone china cup and how nice the tea tastes from one of these vessels, I really liked my purchase of a Wedgewood cup from the Harlequin Collection.  I do hope to add to this as I find a setting I really like, something a bit quirky and unusual in shape which Wedgewood do so well.

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  1. I like this one … I am a tea drinker myself…

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  2. So beautiful and elegant!

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  3. Oh wow, I love cups and saucers, teapots, sugar bowls and milk jugs. I have them everywhere in my house. That one is a beauty.

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    • Thanks Leanne…Yep me too, I need to get some more after looking at this one, so delicate.. its always nice when fossicking around an old wares place to come across a second hand one…. that’s a nice find 🙂

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  4. Nothing like tea drunk from fine bone china!

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  5. Me too. Gorgeous china Kaz – my favourites too 😃
    Stunning, delightful photography!

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  6. teacups remind me of my Nan, she always had a matching cup, saucer and plate. I am lucky that i have a teacup from both of my Grandmothers. Yes, it does taste better from an elegant drinking vessel. 🙂

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  7. what a beautiful cup! So elegant – both pattern and shape


  8. lovely Kaz!! I have some I have a fine set I inherited!!

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  9. oops that was a hiccup! lol yes I have a lovely set from my grandmother!! I should use it more!

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