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Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Day 143/366

Tea Cup Tuesday

Such simplicity, such elegance.
Just what I've come to expect from Royal Albert.
Doesn't it just remind you of a ballerina's tutu?
Swan Lake I'd say.


Purchased from one of my favourite shops in Springwood, Frou Frou.
My Darling Daughter gave me a gift voucher on Mother's Day.  I should have enough left to buy another trio once Parisa finds some more.



The trio is in perfect condition.
The heavily embossed teaspoons are inherited from my Mother-in-law and are from the Netherlands. 


The handle is classical Royal Albert.


I have linked to Terri's Teacup Tuesday.
Do stop by and see what treasures others are sharing.


7 comments:

  1. sooo loving those teaspoons! mmmm... loveliness!
    ty for sharing your joys with us today !

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  2. Hello Dear! Yes, this Royal Albert is very elegant and does remind me of a ballerina tutu! I love the handle! So classy! Those tea spoons are remarkable as well. I think Johanna is going to love them when she sees them too.
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  3. Yes, I agree SP, very elegant photos - Dave

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  4. Thanks everyone for dropping by and for your encouraging comments.
    More teaspoon posts in order?

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  5. Such a pretty cup, definitely a cygnet from Swan Lake :)

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