Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Tea Cup Tuesday, Autumn Style!


Fall is here, so this week I thought I'd share my favorite autumn tea cup. This is fine bone china made by the Rosina China Co. Ltd.

I love all the colors used in this design. On the front of this tea cup is a wooded scene featuring a red bridge over a gurgling brook.

Here's the backside of the tea cup. As you can see, it's just as lovely as the front. It features a little house nestled alongside the brook.

The cup and saucer are trimmed in gold. The handle also features gold trim on both sides of it.

The right side of the saucer carries the same scene as found on the backside of the tea cup. The left side of the saucer is a sweet farming scene with cattle grazing. The photos don't really capture how vibrant the colors are on the china.

Both the cup and saucer carry the backstamp.


Thanks so much for dropping in today!

I'm linking up to:

Terri for Tea Cup Tuesday at Artful Affirmations and to Martha at Martha's Favorites
Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage for Tea Time Tueday


Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Michelle,
What a wonderful Autumn teacup! I love the scenes on both sides, especially the red covered bridge. I have never seen one like yours before. Lovely! Thank you for joining me for tea this week and enjoy your day.


Lavender Cottage said...

A unique cup and saucer, perfect for an autumn tea.

Gina said...

I love Fall, I love teacups...what could be better than combining the two? This is such a pretty cup!

Terri said...

Hello Michelle,
Wow! This is the perfect autumn cup...the colors are vibrant and look amazing. The scene looks like one from our own New England states with the covered bridge and the farm.
I love it!

Anne Payne said...


Oh wow. I have to say this is the most unique cup I have seen! I absolutely love everything about it :) Beautiful!!!



Gorgeous teacup, I love the fall decoration in it. I've never seen any teacup with such lovely fall scenery painted on it, I bet they have all the seasons too! Thank you for dropping by and leaving me such sweet and kind comment. I am a new follower of your lovely blog..hope you like to follow me.

Stephanie said...

Your tea cup is stunning! And the saucer is very beautiful as well - I haven't seen one like it. Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a sweet comment. I greatly appreciate it. I was reading your profile and I totally agree with your about books - they are truly wonderful and time does fly by when you're reading :) I hope you're have a nice day.


Micupoftea~ said...

Oh my goodness, Michelle...LOVE your teacup! Fall is my fav season, so I would display this cup and use it well into winter! lol~ How charming to have a covered bridge on it along with the gorgeous trees.THX for sharing,

Ruthie Miller said...

That is such an unusual cup. I have never seen one like it in colors or design before. Reminds me of New England. I think you have a special find there!
Ruthie from: http://www.ladybstimefortea.blogspot.com

Karen Mary Butterfly said...

So pretty. I'd love to sip some tea from that beautiful cup!