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LeeAnn

Pretty pretty. I am a sucker for dainty ladylike teacups. I have a footlocker in the garage full of a china set, left/scavanged from the ruins from a distant deceasement.
I wonder if it's Lennox? Never really looked.
I'm too clumsy to be trusted with actually touching the things.
I think I used to be nice. Not real sure.

patti

I love single teacups with saucers (particularly with roses) I have a few, one day I'm hoping to have two little display shelf thingies to hang on either side of the entrance to my dining room to display them - if the hub would ever pick up on the hints I've been dropping for about 15 years now....

Kathy

Your blog didn't fool me for one second. I knew you were nice.

Now I don't know teacups from shinola, but I do know those are some pretty teacups and I am not going to eBay because I will buy me some of those. I've got two of my grandmas and I already don't know what to do with those.

t

you really need to shop in my basement...

antique shop of horrors.. not really but there's a lot of antiques down in that basement

JimBob

Dind't usta call them crap pots. "Thunder mug" or "night owl" was in vogue. They do make some nice decorated ones though:

http://www.ezrabarnhousegoods.com/Originals.html

http://www.gtj.org.uk/en/small/item/GTJ18484/
http://www.nps.gov/history/museum/exhibits/douglass/exb/homeinWashington/FRDO1916_chamberPot.html

JimBob

pam

Love the singletons! I have four, passed down from my mother. Lovely and dear; I'd never give them as gifts... you must really love your friend. :D

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