Monday, June 20, 2022

Church Garage Sale Haul #2: More Teacups!

The second church garage sale I went to last month was selling teacups and saucers for only 25 cents each! I was tempted to buy ALL the teacups, but I restrained myself and only brought 4 teacups home with me.

 

Teacup #1 is by Hammersley and decorated with dainty rosebuds. It's smaller than the average teacup.
 

Teacup #2 is also made in England, but doesn't have the pottery's stamp.
 
 
Teacup #3 is by Queen Anne and is perfect for St. Patrick's Day.
 
 
Teacup #4 is a mismatched violets set of a Colcough teacup and a Royal Albert saucer.
 

When I arrived home, I discovered that I had a Colcough saucer with violets! The teacup is older than the saucer, but I think they make the perfect match!

10 comments:

  1. Wow!!! They are gorgeous! Great findings. Here everything is so expensive... Blessings dear Margie.

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  2. Oh I love them all! How pretty and what a deal that you got girl. I would have been so tempted too!!!!! Happy week dear Margie. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  3. I love looking at teacups at thrift stores, but they rarely come home with me as I keep telling myself I have enough. I just went to count them and I have 29. Well. I think I should purchase at least one more to make a round figure, don't you agree? I love the violet patterns you have.

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  4. Oh my, Margie, what great deals you found!! 25 cents for those beauties was such an unbelievable bargain. You chose some pretty ones.

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  5. 25 cents ... oh my goodness! don't you just love these kind of surprises?!

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  6. Such wonderful finds! Now to just decide on what tea to brew for each of them. :)

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  7. 4 you only took 4? You have more control than I do. At .25 I would have gotten every one they had, and I mean every one. I would have figured out after where I would put them. In my house I can always find room.

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  8. You have four wonderful new teacups to add to your collection. And the price was wonderful. I'm always happy to leave a few treasures behind for some other lucky person to find. ;0)

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  9. Fantastic finds, Margie!
    You picked some really pretty ones.

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  10. You are an oak . . . I would have a hard time passing up more at that price!! Beautiful!

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