Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Tea Cup Tuesday - Royal Commemoratives 1935

 This mug was made by Wagstaff and Brunt in Staffordshire to commemorate the Silver Jubilee in 1935. A lovely solid, with no damage and a lovely silver detail to the top rim of the cup. The is, as you would expect some crazing, but that is all part of the charm.

This is the last of the cups that resides on this picture window shelf in our lounge.

Submitted as part of Tea Cups Tuesday hosted by Artful Affirmations & Martha's Favourites


  1. Another fab commemorative. What a great collection you have!
    Happy TT!

  2. Nice collection you have there! I love tea cups (and tea pots and drinking tea).

  3. Oh yes, gorgeous portraits on there and the silver trim is lovely! What a great cup to have!
    Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful collection with us.

  4. I have enjoyed seeing your mugs each time! This one is very old and the Long Live Their Majesties is so endearing. Merry Christmas! Happy Tea Time! Pam


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