Monday, August 2, 2010

TEACUP TUESDAY #10~Childs Rose TeaSet


Greetings to all the Teacup lovers visiting for another Teacup Tuesday!
Thanks go to sweet MARTHA and sweet TERRI for hosting this weekly Tea party! Click on either of their names to be wisked off to see more pretty teacups 'n' things :-)

This week I am sharing another of my child's teasets. I remember on a previous Teacup Tuesday someone showcased a "regular" set in this pattern but I can not remember who or what the name of the design was!

On the white porcelain is a transfer design of raspberry pink roses. I have quite a few pieces including cups and saucers, plates, teapot, creamer, salt and pepper shakers, oval platter, cutout handle platter and even a soup tureen. I still need to hunt for a sugar bowl and 4 more cups to complete a service for 8.
My originally white 3" Steiff teddy bear is such a hambone :-)

Closeup view of the pattern with a sterling thimble for size comparison.

A simple JAPAN mark is on all the pieces and looks like it may some kind of bird motif.
Thank you for your visit today and if you have an extra sec be sure to check out my latest giveaway ~ click
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Hugs and Smiles,
Lynn

18 comments:

  1. Hi: This set is just beautiful. What a wonderful treasures you have. Thank you so much for sharing it with us. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

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  2. Precious teaset, Lynn. And I adore that lil Steiff bear peeping out of the cup! Too cute!

    Your giveaway bottle is oh so gorgeous!!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  3. That's an adorable tea set and your photos make it even prettier!

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  4. Beautiful tea set...and your sweet bear certainly adds to the beauty!!

    Blessings,
    Patti

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  5. Good morning Lynn,
    This is a darling set of dishes! I believe the pattern is called "Moss Rose". I often see pieces in the thrift stores around here, so I will make a list of what you need and then pick them up when I see them.
    Your sweet "Teds" is just loverly!
    I am late in posting my Tea Cup Tuesday.....I am waiting for my zucchini bread to bake so I can feature it in the photos!! I'm a nut aren't I!!???
    Have a happy day!
    Love and hugs, Laura

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  6. Beautiful child set. The teddy bear peaking out from the pictures is a sweet touch. Have a wonderful Teacup Tuesday and take care.

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  7. HELLO SWEETIE,
    LOVE YOUR BEAUTIFUL TEA SET, BUT THAT SWEET LITTLE TEDDY STOLE THE SHOW FOR ME ANYWAY...LOL TOO CUTE :)

    HAVE A GREAT REST OF THE WEEK!!!

    XOX~MARI

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  8. There is something about a child's tea set that always tugs at me. I think it is the miniature version of all those things I love, the teacups, teapot, sugar and creamer and dainty plates. I always feel like planning a little tea party for my daughter and making all kinds of miniature tarts and treats...love it!

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  9. Teddy bears and tea sets ... perfect!!!!!

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  10. Dear Rooster Party Participant,

    Just a reminder that this coming Friday, August 6th is the Rooster Party. I am so looking forward to seeing your post.

    Thanks for joining and I hope you have a wonderful time.

    Hugs, Barb

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  11. Hello there dear Lynn,

    Oooh my!~I am truly in 'teatime heaven'!

    How sweet; I love the delicate pink rose motif as well as the darling teddy bears nestle within!

    Thanks so much for sharing!

    I also want to most warmly thank you for partaking with and visiting our little corner of 'Tuesday And Wednesday Teatime In Blogland', and also to invite you to our three blogs if you haven't yet popped by for a wee visit and some teatime fun as yet this week my dear!..,

    ..,(I do apologize sincerely for not being able to visit all of you dear folks in awhile whereas I am so exceedingly busy and tired these days, yet I always love to visit you when I'm able, I assure you)!.., It's so much fun!

    Please do feel most welcome to visit our little shared meme that I am delighted to share with my dear friend Pam @ http://breathoffresh
    air-paperbutterfly.blogspot.com if you haven't already..,

    ..,and also my little bit @ http://silkenpurse.blogspot.com for our 14th, 'Teapots And Tea Things Tuesday'!~(This week's theme is Cherry desserts; yum!)..,

    ~Thanks especially for joining in with the fun for my 42nd, 'Tuesday Tea For Two' blog tea party and the 33rd, 'Wednesday Tea For Me and Thee' held weekly @ http://theplumedpen.blogspot.com !..,

    We always simply love to have you join in the teatime fun!

    Have a marvelous week my dear teatime blog friend!

    Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee and Pam

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  12. Lynn!
    Those are just darling! And then your bear...well he steals the show! Hope you have a great day!
    Happy Tea!
    Lorena

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  13. Hello!! It was me that posted the adult size Tea Set in Moss Rose!!

    I just love your Child's Tea Set in Moss Rose!!
    This is just too cute!!

    I just love Moss Rose and I am so envious of your sweet Tea set!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  14. That is a very sweet tea set and little bear too! I have a child's set for my Granddaugher that we use.
    Deb :)

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  15. That Moss Rose childs tea set is lovely. I'll need to start looking to put away for my new granddaughter. Nana has already bought her first "play" teaset. :-)

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  16. Hi.
    Wow.... My wife was given a Moss Rose (the rose pattern is an exact match between yours and my wife's) 6Pc tea set as a little girl, around 1962. Everything is intact, and there. The only odd thing is that the box is a red/black/white checkerboard pattern, with plates, pots, cups, and flowers on each.
    I saw a Moss Rose set on sale on Ebay, and it had a labeled box.
    Do you know how made this set of tea cups/pots? I.e., mfr?
    Nice website by the way.
    Thanks.

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  17. Oh Lynn.. I feel so bad..I have this tea cup...and i just made a pin cushion out of it on my blog today...

    http://deedeescraftspot.blogspot.com...

    I will check and see if I have more of these...how come I just found you? love your stuff..

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  18. I have this exact set from my childhood. My mother was a collector of fine china and this is the set she bought me when I was young.

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