Thursday, September 23, 2010

Red And White Transferware Teacups

Hello everyone,

Today I am sharing some of my red and white transferware teacups for show and tell Friday at My Romantic Home.

I love transferware in all colors but my biggest collection is of red and white.

I have just picked up a piece here and there over the past several years so as usual it is mix and match.

I love to have different ways to display them.

Some of my teapots got in on the act!

This display of teacups hangs on my kitchen wall.

I hope you enjoyed my red and white teacups and next week I will show you my collection of other transferware teacups.

Thank you Cindy at My Romantic Home for hosting Show & Tell Friday again.


Have a great weekend,


Carolyn

39 comments:

Sandra said...

Red and white transferware are my favorite. I love love your collection. Thank you for sharing.
Blessings,
Sandra

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Carolyn,
Where have I been? YOu have the MOST beautiful blog. I have been joyfully looking at past posts and have absolutely been lost in your gorgeous world!
I am a huge fan of red transferware! And the way you presented your precious tea cups... perfection.
I'll be back over and over again! I am your newest( and happiest) follower!
Yvonne

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Hi Carolyn, I love your transferware and the way you display it! Your photos are gorgeous.
Hugs, Sherry

A Garden of Threads said...

So beautiful, thank you for sharing it. The teacups look especially nice nestled in the lace filled box. Take care and have a wonderful weekend.

Sonya@Beyond the Screen Door said...

These are beautiful! I have red and white inexpensive transferware plates for my everyday dishes and I love them! Thanks for sharing these beautiful pieces!

NanaDiana said...

Caroline- I absolutely adore red and white transferware. It reminds me of toile. Your post, as always, is beautiful! Hugs, Diana

Sandy at Teacup Lane said...

I love RED and I love all of your beautiful red transferware. How lucky you are to have this pretty china. Your collection is just stunning.

Pamela said...

Gorgerous Carolyn and I love the way you photographed them! Love the photo of you holding the tea cups.
My favourite of course is the Mason's pink vista!
Pamela xo

Sandi (Meme) said...

What a pretty collection, and great photos too! Have a great week!

Georgianna said...

I adore red transferware, too, Carolyn. But I'm afraid my collection doesn't rival yours. How beautiful it is! (I think we have similar aprons, though!) Thank you as always for sharing these gracious pieces. – g

Doni said...

Carolyn, those dishes are absolutely GORGEOUS! I just love all your different ways of arranging and showing them. I just have to get some more of those for my collection!!!
Blessings, Doni

Victorian1885 said...

Well Carolyn you know I love this post!! Red transfrware is one of my favorites and I can't get enough of it! Beautiful vignettes..have a wonderful weekend!
Wanda

Cass @ That Old House said...

Carolyn, just gorgeous! Fabulous pics of your red and white. I adore transferware, but have NONE in red and white. sigh.

Love how you display them. Especially the wall hangers! Fantastic.
Cass

Maddy said...

Ciao Carolyn,
quando guardo i tuoi servizi da thè mi viene in mente la mia mamma, che purtroppo ho perso nel 2006 e che li adorava, proprio come piacciono a te... ...e a me.

Un bacio, buon weekend a te

Maddy

Jackie said...

Morning Carolyn, great post and photographs. I love the way you have presented the china on the wall and in the box, all so pretty. Have a great weekend, Jackie in Surrey, UK.

gabraj said...

Przepiękna zastawa, wspaniałe zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam - Gabriela

It's me said...

Beautiful red and whites....happy weekend darling......love Ria....

Kom Achterom said...

beautiful red and white!! i love your lamb!! so nice!!
wishing you a happy weekend
Yolanda

Hélène GLEHEN said...

Even if all these pretty pieces do not come from the same set, they go well together. I particularly like the shape and design of the cup with the hydrangeas on the first photo.

I wish you a very nice weekend.


♥ Hélène Glehen - a French artist, fond of roses and romantic stuff ♥

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Carolyn,
I simply adore transferware!! I collect blue and red and plan on using it for one of my tables at our church's Harvest tea in October. This table's theme will be " My Country Tis of Thee", a Patriotic theme!!

Just beautiful and so very elegant!!

Debbie

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

I am swooning here as you know my favourite is red transferware! You've displayed them beautifully.

Katty said...

Beautiful transferware! Thank you for sharing. Have a wonderful day.

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

I have a collection of red transferware too. So lovely.

Stop by and collect your clues. The largest giveaway in Decor To Adore history will be revealed next Friday.

Mariette said...

Dearest Carolyn,

Very nice collection of red and white transferware you got to show here! We only have some blue and white from Pieter's Mom, that's all but it is very special. The way you showed it with matching table cloth makes it even more perfect.
Have a great weekend!

Sunny greetings from Georgia (we can't get OUT of summer it seems...),

MariettesBacktoBasics

essemia said...

Just beautiful!
Hope you have a nice weekend.
Love Elzie

Carol said...

The transferware is stunning!
Have a wonderful weekend.

Bonjade said...

Such nice treasure to be here....
Nice weekend

Heather's Blog-o-rama said...

Oh, I LOVE the red and white transferware...well, red is my favorite color. These are lovely pieces and it would be neat to hear some of the stories behind how you acquired some of the pieces :) You did a great job displaying them :) :) :) Everything looks really inviting. Love and hugs from Oregon, Heather :)

Brenda Kula said...

You have such a beautiful home and garden. I love your red and white transferware. I would love to start a collection of my own.
Brenda

La Table De Nana said...

I never know how you have time for kind comments on others blogs..when you put ll your heart and soul in yours..

Truly a magazine on it's own Carolyn.

Quelle belle vie.
And you have such talent in photography and styling...

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

I love red and white transferware! You have such a nice collection of transferware in different colors...I am so jealous!~Hugs, Patti

June said...

Carolyn your pieces are truly beautiful. That photo of the cups and saucers tucked in amongst the lace is just gorgeous. You should really do a lovely book of all your photos.
I loved the post with your gazebo Fall table setting. Your husband created such a lovely place to lunch in the garden.
I also read the post of your beautiful hydrangea harvest. I love how your Limelights have taken such a pink color this Fall. Mine are still just creamy white. When the temps cool more they should start changing. But I'm in no hurry.
hugs

Lacy said...

The red and white is so fun and very warm for fall.

Susan said...

Oh your red and white transfer ware is awesome!! I can envision a Christmas Table scape set with those beautiful red and white dishes!!

Nanniepannie said...

They are beautiful. You can not beat a red and white combination, they lend themselves to so many other colors. You could incorperate them into any seasonal change.
PS: I'm not only envious of your things, I'm envious of the storage space you must have. That's one of the things that hold be back from buying the things I desire.

Nicole ~ said...

You have such a great collection!! I just love red and white transferware, and your pieces are gorgeous.

Madelief said...

Dear Carolyn,

Beautiful pictures! I love your matching apron & tablecloth!!

Happy sunday!

Lieve groet, Madelief

Linda Q said...

Red and white is my favorite in transferware also. You have a lovely collection. I hope you use it alot and enjoy it. Such pretty pictures and a lovely blog.
Linda

Susan (Between Naps on the Porch) said...

Carolyn...your pics are so dreamy! I adore your transferware collection...it is beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing these luscious photographs.