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Dolly Varden in blue - Wileman, 1887

A Dolly Varden was a fashionable ladies’ outfit in the 1870s, with a brightly coloured flower-printed overskirt draped in a bellowing way on top of an underskirt. 106 more words

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Maroon coffeecups - Paragon, 1920s

Although Paragon was famous in the 1920s and 1930s for their very modern Art Deco designs, this set of four little demitasse coffee cups is wonderfully traditional. 51 more words

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#TeacupTuesday Favourite 1 May, 2017

EMERALD GREEN… that’s what stopped me in my tracks when I was perusing my feed for my #TeacupTuesday favourite this week. This Wileman trio is gorgeous ! 122 more words

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#TeacupTuesday Favourite 25 April, 2017

Each week I’m filled with excitement to see what beautiful teacups will turn up on #teacuptuesday feed. New folks are always joining in and I love to find other enthusiasts to follow. 105 more words

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Teacup Bird Feeders

I grew up in an environment of “old stuff”–old houses and barns, antique furniture, and heirloom quilts and china.  My grandparents lived next door in the family’s ancestral home, and Grandma Rieley loved antiques.   301 more words

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French grace in a teacup - Arcopal, 1960s

One of the most popular items in my Vintage shop is the French Arcopal tea set of 6 glass cups in opaque harlequin colours. I now have a little set of two cups in dreamy pink and purple – a perfect little gift for a loved one, a wedded couple, or perhaps just a little treat to yourself. 10 more words

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More blue: Shelley Phlox teacups, 1933

We’re staying with the blue theme here. Shelley, the company that Wileman changed into in the early 20th Century and that took it forward into the Art Deco era, made this wonderful teaset that is called “Phlox” in 1933. 35 more words

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