Monday, November 26, 2012

Victorian Christmas Teacup

 
 
 
 
 
 
Our hearts grow tender with childhood memories and love of kindred,
and we are better throughout the year for having,
in spirit, become a child again at Christmastime.
 
by: Laura Ingalls Wilder
 
 
 
I love Christmas with all the joyful songs and trimmings, but I do give out easy these days, so after getting up early and starting my day decorating I stopped after a couple hours and had a tea break.
I love this Victorian Christmas teacup I found a few weeks ago while shopping.
 
 
 
This is the stamp on the back of the saucer, Johnson Bros. since 1883.  On the cup was the barcode label that read "Victorian Christmas teacup."
 
 
With my Nutri-Grain  Cereal bar I had Twinnings Breakfast tea.
 
 
 
The tablecloth, I found last year on clearance for only a couple dollars.
 
 
 
 
In the center is a large manger scene and a smaller one along the edges.
 
 
 
 
Hope your day is going good and you're filled with the spirit of Christmas!
 
HAVE A BlESSED DAY!
 
joining Tea Time Tuesday

         Tea Cup Tuesday


15 comments:

  1. Hello Sylvia,
    I love your JB Christmas teacup; how pretty! My DIL gifted me with lace placemats that look very much like your pretty tablecloth. Lovely tea post, my friend. Thank you for sharing and joining me for tea today. Enjoy your week.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  2. Hello Sylvia,
    I just love your tablecloth, what a lovely thing to be able to put on your christmas table.
    Your teacup is charming.
    Christmas spirit is creeping up.
    I start changing things around about the 10 or 11th december.
    best wishes
    val

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  3. Sylvia, I love your tablecloth and your teacup. Beautiful!

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  4. Your tea table is lovely with the lace tablecloth and your Victorian teacup.

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  5. I absolutely love your table cloth! Lovely! I have always loved the Johnson Bros Christmas pattern. So cute! Nice to meet you!
    Ruth

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  6. I love that you shared the Laura Ingalls Wilder quote with us.
    Thank you, Ruthie from: http://www.ladybstimefortea.blogspot.com

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  7. What a find your beautiful tablecloth is! I adore Johnson Bros anything! Victorian Christmas goes with so many things -- lovely! Happy Tea Day!

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  8. Hello Sylvia, your tea setting is so festive! I love your Johnson Bro's tea cup. That is a great holiday pattern. Your tablecloth too is amazing. Wishing you a wonderful holiday season!
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  9. Everything looks so "Christmasy" and lovely. Love your tablecloth find!
    Have a wonderful week!
    sandy ;)

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  10. Love this...especially that tablecloth! What a treasure! Thank you for helping me to get into the Christmas spirit. I still am not quite ready to decorate...that will hopefully happen this next weekend. I have to have a little break between Thanksgiving and Christmas to recuperate and prepare my mind and house for the change from one season to another. But I'm enjoying listening to Christmas music on my way to and from work each day. That truly lifts my spirits and helps me get my day off to the right start.

    Christmas blessings to you and yours. Pam

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  11. Your Victorian Christmas teacup is lovely and so is the Nativity tablecloth (what a wonderful after Christmas bargain).

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  12. Sylvia, I love this post - it is SO pretty.... adore your holiday teacup and your nativity tablecloth is incredible, never have seen one like that before, it's wow.

    Happy Tea Tuesday, my friend!

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  13. Your teacup is perfect for a Christmas brunch and I like the tablecloth. You do appear to be ready for Christmas already !

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  14. Love your new Nativity tablecloth and your Christmas teacup and saucer is lovely!
    Have a wonderful day!
    Lisa

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  15. What a glorious tablecloth Sylvia ! Your tea cup and saucer set is lovely and very Christmasy xo

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