Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Teacup Tuesday

Hurray!!! It's Teacup Tuesday.

I am so excited to get to share this pattern. This is an Embassy U.S.A. vitrified china cup. This came with enough pieces to actually set a table for about 6 people. These are very pretty, you just want to stare at them! I can't really seem to find much information on this pattern.
Kim at http://shabbypinkandpretty.blogspot.com/ hosts our Teacup Tuesdays and does an excellent job!
I am so happy I have been able to participate along with Kim and the other ladies. I have been able to get a good start on categorizing my collection. I would eventually like to make a little picture book with a little write up on each cup.
Hope your week has started off well!


Cass @ That Old House said...

I am so glad I enlarged that photo so I could see how really GORGEOUS that set is. Love the delicate tracery of the leaves, and flowers. Lovely!

andsewon said...

So delicate looking...lovely pieces!!! Make a pretty table setting!!
By the way I too have been lookin at clouds of late..took some pics of some storm ones...beautiful!!!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Beautiful china set! Love that it is made in USA. I also love your cloud pictures. I have been taking pictures of clouds lately too.

Queenie said...

Happy Teacup Tuesday!! I found you through Kim at Shabby, Pink, and Pretty...and I am so glad to meet you. The china and teacup is just beautiful! I hope you have a great day!

Mary said...

This set of china is elegant, soft and so pretty! I really like the shape of the teacup - very dainty, and I love all things dainty!

Shabby Kim said...

Happy Teacup Tuesday Valerie. Your teacup this week is fabulous. I love the delicate floral pattern on this set. The flowers are so pretty. Thanks for sharing!!!

Piney Rose said...

Gorgeous set! Love the cloud pics too.

ceekay said...

Go to Replacements.com. When it comes up type in Embassy U.S.A. The fourth pattern I think is yours...hit on the pattern name and a page will come up and tell you everything about your dishes....I just love that site!