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June 8, 2019

My Teacup Collection

  Hello everyone! As you may or may not know from previous posts, I collect teacups. Over the past few years I have accumulated quite a few. I'm still planning on expanding my collection even more but I'm very happy with how many I have currently. Today I wanted to share with you my teacup collection so far.

 As of right now when I'm writing this I have 14 teacups. All of my teacups are from antique stores with the exception of a few of these being gifts. I see so many one-of-a-kind, unique teacups at antique stores. In my opinion they're the best place to find them.

  As you can see from the photos above I took these wooden shelves, painted them white, and added flowers. I'm trying to find a third shelf because I'm currently switching the teacups on display. I have more teacups than I do shelf space at the moment. 
    I'm so particular when it comes to my teacups so it takes me forever to decide on the perfect shelf. I hung these gorgeous chandelier ornaments on the shelves to add a glamorous effect. It looks so shabby chic and I'm obsessed with it!

Left: Thomas Germany
Right: Royal Copenhagen Denmark


Left: Wedgewood Bone China Made in England Charnwood WD3984
Right: Lenox "Ming" (These both got damaged)

Left: This teacup has no markings
Right: KF Made in China (Comes in a set of two)

Left: Noritake China Japan 5201 Ridgewood
Right: Roslyn China Fine Bone Made in England May

Left: Regency English Bone China (No saucer)
Right: Schumann Bavaria (No saucer)

Left: Irish Elegance Royal Standard Fine Bone China England
Right: Continental Bavaria 18 Ivory

This teacup has no markings

  I included the markings for anyone wondering. As you can see I have a mixture of miniature and large teacups. I also damaged two of my teacups a few months ago and I was so devastated. I'm hoping to eventually get a nice glass case for my teacups to display in more safely. Majority of these aren't meant to be used because they are decoration which means they're extremely fragile and not dishwasher safe.

  I hope you enjoyed this post. Please let me know in the comments if you did. I also have a small collection of tea kettles so let me know if you'd like to see that as well!

11 comments :

  1. Aww these look super pretty! Such a cute collection you have there xx

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  2. Oh wow they are so beautiful.

    Candice x

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  3. Your teacup collection is amazing! They're all so pretty! x

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  4. Very nice !

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  5. I love small little tea cups so much and yours are beautiful.
    ❤︎

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    1. That means so much. Thank you Elena! :)

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