I am not sure,but do you think you can have too many teacups?
I can't help myself,when I go thrifting. I can't not buy one if it is pretty or,and a good price.
This little pile are missing their saucer,and do I care,not likely.
You never know when that allusive little saucer or plate may turn up.
I have these patterns imprinted on my brain.
Then there are the ones that come in sets,and usually have never been used.
Maybe sat in some ones china cabinet for years.
Or the little sets which come your way from a friend who knows how much you will treasure their unwanted ones
A gift from a work colleague many years ago
Then there are all the completed sets, some including plates
Then the bridal set from early married life,which is used often
More tucked away for every day use in the back of the cupboard
And lastly a basket full on the counter top for everyday use.
This is the set we use for breakfast everyday
I like to call it our breakfast set, I set the table for breakfast after dinner at night.
It's what my grandma always did,and I loved everything she did.
I am now going to have a nice cup of Tulsi tea with some home made custard tart
It's so nice to be able to have a different teacup when you feel like a change.:)
Do you have an obsession with teacups?
I am joining all my friends at the following tea parties.
Rose Chintz Cottage
Antiques and Teacups
Trish's Heart and Home
Have a daily cup Mrs Olsen