Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Interesting Cup




I was given this interesting cup. I wondered why the giver kept watching me as she poured the tea!














There was no indication of its inner shape when I first saw it.
Similar cups can be found at these sites and in gift shops.

13 comments:

Alexandra said...

I love it! What a wonderful surprise.

Jen said...

I Love this does anyone know where to find one like it?

Sharon said...

What a delightful way to share a cup of tea with someone you love!
Sharon

Anonymous said...

Oh, how pretty! Have you tried Sugar Cookie Sleigh Ride holiday herb tea by Celestial Seasonings? It's delicious!

Karen

Sharon said...

What a beautiful surprise!!!

Country Girl At Heart said...

This cup is beautiful and so unique, I have never saw one like it before. It would be an unexpected gift to anyone who recieved it. You are very fortunate to have it and the giver must really care for you. Very thoughtful. I am so glad that you shared such a wonderful surprise.

Daughter of the King said...

I just LOVE this cup....think there is a parable of sorts in their somewhere..that could be written...
Deby

Anonymous said...

I'm happy you've opened comments again...been wanting to say "hello". As for this cup, it's the most unique teacup I've ever seen! What a beautiful gift to you. Thank you for sharing it.

Brenda

Dawn-Hydrangea Home said...

That is such a beautiful cup Lydia. Thanks so much for the complements on my blog. I appreciate it!

Anonymous said...

What a sweet little cup! Would you happen to know where your friend got the tea cup? I have a friend that would absolutely love it.

Jacran Cottage said...

I have never seen a cup like that before! It's wonderful!!

Adlyn said...

cute tea cup I don't like tea one bit but I LOVE tea cups and other tea assories weird huh? LOL!

Mrs. Gunning said...

Oh! Thank you for sharing this! I saw this post awhile back and tried to comment, but they were blocked. I am so happy they are enabled again.
My Gramma saved teacups, having been enraptured by them, and divided them to each granddaughter when she passed away. My Grampa still holds mine for me (all the girls, actually), which is good.
I know my Gramma would have been so tickled to see that cup! Seing it brought a tear to my eye.
I am surely going to have to look for some of those.

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