Hello sweet friends!
I've been somewhat busy with mother going to various Dr. check ups, specially the Ophthalmologist as she's got a problem with her left eye, she hardly sees from that one. Then later for her Varicose Veins and she's going under a treatment where they place injections in her veins too.
She's better, but I'm still at it.
We are going on our regular three hour ride to our DD Sofia's house this Friday, to wait for the arrival from Madrid, via Miami of our DD Alex, husband and baby Maxima who is now eight months old.
I always wanted to share my teacups, as a collection, all gathered together, as I did a few months ago with my teapots.
I placed the cuties on top of my French vintage marble table in the foyer.
Most belong to my 'chinas' and maybe five are single. I should make a point to buy them alone to really collect them.
Ok, with that said, here they are.
|Here are these cuties, which 95% belong to chinas.|
I said at the beginning that I should make a point to collect teacups alone, because most belong to my set of dishes and tea sets.
|I think most of the friends that follow me might recognize the pottery ones made at our past Ceramic Co. because they are 'very decorated' by hand; like the one here, up front, the one behind it and the one at your left.|
|I wanted to share this gorgeous orchid my friend Stephanie gave me as a gift the day I made the tea for her DD Christina and Stephanie's debut as a grandma!|
|The table where I am displaying the teacups is a vintage French, marble top foyer table. She's flanked by hubby's grandfather's antique chest and my black Asian secretary I love.|
|The ones with all the decorations are from our former Ceramic Co.|
Thanking the lovely hostesses for having me at their great parties too.
I will be partying here:
Make it Pretty Monday
TUESDAYS AT OUR HOME
Amaze Me Monday
Cooking and Crafting with J & J
Dishing & Digging it
Create Link Inspire
Tea in the Garden