Thursday, 17 March 2011

Green Salisbury Trio

For Teacup Thursday this week, hosted over on Miss Spenser's Blog I'm proudly showing off a sweet Salisbury teacup I picked up on eBay several weeks ago.  Only green would do today of course - Happy St Patrick's Day!



It was made some time between 1946 and 1961, before Salisbury was taken over by Thomas Poole.





''Come along inside . . . We'll see if tea and buns can make the world a better place.''

The Wind in the Willows




Take care,
Jem xXx





12 comments:

  1. oh i love the little rose design! I need to get some more green tea-cups, I never see them anywhere. Happy st paddys day to you Scarlett x

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  2. GORGEOUS!! the rose design on the top inside rim and on the foot are just gorgeous! I love the light green color too, super cute!! Happy St. Patrick's Day to you and your family! x

    PS: Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog, i feel better already! When i saw the wonderland theme bracelet in that shop, I just thought I have got to have it!! too bad i dont have the teacup ring as I'm still trying to create paypal account to hunt it on ebay! xx

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  3. I adore the little flower print it's so delicate and cute!

    Bee happy x
    Have a delicious day!

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  4. Molto delicata e gentile questa tazza.Rosetta

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  5. This is a very pretty teacup. I haven't seen a pattern/design like this with the rose border inside the cup -- very unique and special.

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  6. That is lovely! I love Salisbury...they made some great designs and this is especially sweet...and the colour is so appropriate for today! Thanks!
    Ruth

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  7. Very pretty and unusual, I haven't seen one like that before. Enjoy it and happy St Patrick's day!

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  8. Oh what a beautiful cup! Can one ever have enough cup and saucers?
    Happy St. Pat's Day
    ♣ Linda

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  9. Your new teacup is perfect for St Patty's Day! I am happily following you.

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  10. Oh, you have such a lovely blog. I am enjoying reading through your recent posts. I love the pretty green color of that china set.

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