Monday, November 8, 2010

Tea Cup Tuesday Once More

When I first became interested in tea pots, Sadler was a good name to look for when shopping. I found this one in a flea market. I used it at first, but it has been set aside just because I have so many others. I liked the shape and the handle when I first saw it, and it made good tea!


I brought this Canada cup and saucer home from a flea market to use on a stick. However, a closer look makes me think I will keep it for a while. Its back stamp says Regency Bone China, Made in England. I liked the maple leaf  inside the cup too because our town theme is also maple leaves. I think the cup and saucer cost $3 and it has no chips. Believe it had better live inside my house a while longer!





12 comments:

BECKY said...

Claudia, what a beautiful tea pot! Very unique shape and the colors are gorgeous! Also, I would keep that pretty tea cup inside, too! Love the maple leaves, as well! :)

Faith Hope Cherrytea ~ said...

Luving the teapot! darling - would be a treat just making tea in it :)
and maple leafs are so perfect for autumn !
thx for sharing & for visiting FHC today-Welcome!

Snap said...

The teapot is lovely -- love the handle and the colors. Keep that cup inside for awhile! :D :D

Terri said...

I have to say that this is the best Canada cup I have ever seen...and I lived in Canada for about 20 years. This cup has lovely fall colors and a beautiful design. Yes, please do keep it indoors a while, at least until it gets a chip : )
Hugs,
Terri

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

I love your teapot! Sadler indeed a good name to search and buy!.. thanks for sharing.

Appleshoe said...

That is a sweet little Canada cup. So pretty. Take care.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Beautiful teapot! The shape and colors are unique. Oh keep the little teacup and saucer inside please! Love it!

parTea lady said...

That is a beautiful Sadler teapot. The Canada cup is great too. I can't believe that I spent most of my life in Canada, yet I don't own a Canada teacup. After seeing this pretty cup, I'll be looking.

KathyB. said...

Yes, I agree. Keep the lovely Canadian teacup inside.It is perfect for this time of year too, with the maple leaves.

Lisa West said...

Very unique teapot,Sadler,I'll remember that. Dont' you just love the little detail of the leaf inside the cup. I have a few like that and it's so special. Great plates in your last post. I'm thinking of taking a few of mine and somehow putting them on the wall, alone without a plate rack. Blessings, Lisa

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: I just love that tea pot! What wonderful treasures. Hope you are having a great week. Blessings, Martha

Concetta said...

I was so excited to see your cup from Canada! My beloved friend gave me one and I posted it a couple of tea parties ago - it is so wonderful and I love yours too! Thank you for sharing!
<>< Concetta