Wednesday, October 15, 2014


Today I thought I'd share some of my favorite
 English Bone China cups and saucers. 
 I display them in this old armoire my husband worked
removing the doors and painting shabby chic:

These are my two newest ones below - hand painted.  The one on top is a Rosina and the one below is "Carnival" Royal Albert Crown China (before 1939 with that backstamp)

On the top left is another Rosina:

In the back area you can see my Germany tea set 
I have shared before with the wildflowers:

This cup and saucer below is a Tuscan and I have two like this
 plus two others
 with gold instead of silver.

I am fond of Sadler teapots (like many of you) but the one to the right below is a Roslyn and the tea cup below it matches it:

I do love the hand painted ones:  like this Delphine on the left....

the one to the right is a Royal Standard: 

Many collect this pattern below - Royal Albert "Serena":

I know my tea blogging friends will recognize many of these from various posts I have done.

I am sharing at: 


Michele said...

You have an incredible collection - what a truly lovely way to display those beauties, Bernideen! WOW!

Your love of unique and beautiful teacups sure shows. Thanks for sharing!

xinex said...

What a wonderful collection of china you have, Bernideen. Thanks for sharing!...Christine

Anne Payne said...

Bernideen, You have so many gorgeous tea cups and tea pots! And such a lovely way to display them. Thanks for sharing :)

Ruthie Miller said...

Good morning Bernideen,
How lovely to see all your pretty teacups and teapots. What a fabulous cabinet you have to display them. (Many of mine are hidden away). I like the way you elevated some on the cake stands.
It is a joy to see many old favorites.
Happy Day, Ruthie

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Oh Bernideen, what a lovely collection and you've arranged them so prettily. They look perfect in your armoire and they blend together so well.

NanaDiana said...

I honestly think that is one of the most beautiful displays I have ever seen in someone's home. It is shop worthy! I love the old converted armoire AND the pale pink color of it. You collection is amazing! xo Diana

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Lovely collection, Bernideen. The pink armoire is so pretty and a perfect place to display them. Thanks for sharing with us.


Janneke said...

The armoire looks stunning with all your teatime treasures!

Marilyn Miller said...

Love Serena! and Sadler teapots for sure. Everything is just lovely.

The Victorian Girl said...

What a gorgeous display! I love your pink cabinet filled with pretty teacups.

Tea in the Library said...

Love seeing how you store display your collection. I really really REALLY like your display case! FABULOUS!


OMG Bernideen, what an amazing collection and it's drop dead gorgeous too...adore the hutch; wish I had space to add one and start the collecting, although I have some already.

Kathy said...

Bernideen, your collection is beautiful! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,