Thursday, January 14, 2016


I had promised myself I wouldn't collect any
 of the Queen commemorative cups and saucers
 because the last thing I 
need to do is start another collection. 
 So here I am with two!

 I had  this Teapot done years back just for fun:

King George VI - 1939 is the oldest one I
 have and it is a Colclough.
  Some of you probably enjoyed the movie
 about him, "The King's Speech".

Then of course, Queen Elizabeth dated 1953 and is a Tuscan:

Hope your week is going along well! 
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Janneke said...

Beautiful cups and saucers and I do love that 'Queen Bernideen'teapot.

Deanna Rabe - Creekside Cottage Blog said...

I love these!

I'll have to keep my eye out for them. They are lovely!

The teapot is fun!

I always tell my family I'm the queen too!


kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I LOVE your Queen Bernideen teapot! How cute is that??

Marilyn Miller said...

Isn't it funny how we say no more collections and then suddenly what have we done.

Szara Sowa said...

"It's good to be a Queen". It's I love!

Vee said...

I like them, but my favorite is the Queen Bernideen teapot!

Mrs. Chrissy T said...

I love your blog. I am so thankful to have came across it. What a delightful place.

Anonymous said...

Lovely. I have one commemorative cup in celebration of the birth of Prince George...

Margie said...

Your Queen Bernideen teapot made me smile!


That's cause you are THE QUEEN OF TEAPOTS dear Bernideen, it's only fair you have your very own Queen teapot!
Wish I had a teacup of the Queen or something. I guess I'll have to head over to England for it.
Thanks for the sweet comment dear friend and I also hope your new year is off to a good start.

Curtains in My Tree said...

Oh I seen that movie the King's Speech

It's so hard not to pick up pretty cups and saucers and pretty tea pots. I just purchased another set of blue and white

your cups ans saucers are really pretty and very interesting

janice15 said...

How fun I think its nice to be queen. I like your cups it reminds me of the two older pictures I found in mamas things a queen and king I dont remember who they were

xinex said...

I love the royal teacups and love the teapot too...Christine

Beth in NEPA said...

I have a few of the commemorative tea cups as I usually try to find one when we go to New Brunswick..

The Charm of Home said...

What a cute teapot with your name on it! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!