Whatever is true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable,excellent or praiseworthy...think about such things." Phil. 4:8

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

TeaCup Tuesday #3 Royal Albert Petit Point China

Hi there.  Sorry I missed last week.  I wasn't feeling well so basically just did what I HAD to do and rested as much as possible. Missed you all.





The backstamp “Royal Albert Bone China England Petit Point China Reg. No. 778676” indicates that these pieces were manufactured after 1935.


Today I'm sharing a Royal Albert pattern called Petit Point China.  The pattern is a gorgeous rendition of delicate Petit Point embroidery on porcelain, with gold accents at the rim, handle and base.






The patterns shape is called Hampton. This pattern, although a longtime favorite, has been discontinued. It was manufactured from 1932 to December 1997.




I have a dessert service for at least 8. The 2 large handled square plates are actually cake or sandwich plates although I use them as a luncheon plate.






I borrowed this picture from the internet to show you the cake plate which is 91/4"




This is a large tea pot ... maybe 6-8 cups

I hope you enjoy!



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Today I will also be joining the following parties:

Table Top Tuesday with Marty at  A Stroll Thru Life

TeaCup Tuesday with Terrie at Artful Affirmations
 TeaCup Tuesdaywith Martha at Martha's Favorites

Tea Time Tuesday with Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage


Victoria - A Return to Loveliness with Kathy at A Delightsome Life

Teapot and Tea Things Tuesday with Wanda Lee at Silken Purse


Teapot and Tea Things Tuesday with Pam at a Breath of Fresh Air


Tuesday Tea with Donna at Comin' Home


Tea Party Tuesday with Trisha at Sweetology

Teatime Tuesday with Lady Katherine at Lady Katherine's Tea Parlor

10 comments:

  1. Hi: What a lovely tea set. I just love this set. It is beautiful. Thank you for sharing this with us. Blessings, Martha

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  2. I am loving this set of yours! It is so pretty and so colorful! How fabulous that you have so many pieces in the set, it must look glorious all set out for tea.
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  3. Hi Linda,
    Oh my, what a pretty set! I can just imagine how pretty a table it would be all set with this sweet pattern! I really like your handled plates too. Thank you for your sweet comment on my post. Philippians 4:8 has long been one of my favourite verses. Thank you for sharing this with Tea Time and have a delightful week.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  4. This is a gorgeous set - love the details - Thank you for sharing this with A Return to Loveliness,
    God Bless,
    Kathy

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  5. Beautiful set.I love the pattern, colors and everything about it.

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  6. What a wonderful tea set, I love that pattern. I cross stitch, that would make a great pattern to stitch on aida cloth ;o)...I'm new to your blog as of today so I will be back to visit more! Hugs, Jennifer

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  7. Hi Linda, That is just such a pretty tea set..and it looks almost like cross-stitch. I used to do so much of that. I really love it. :o)

    Thanks so much for linking up. What a blessing!

    xo
    Donna @ Comin' Home

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  8. Such a pretty set...I love how it looks like cross stitch! Thanks for visiting my blog this weekend!

    HaPpY pInK sAtUrDaY!
    Sarah

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  9. hye..i`m ila from malaysia, i have some of royal albert cross stich collection, feel free to view my facebook album :) http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.2570155308049.97061.1679240402&type=1

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  10. Hi, I too have this set. It was my mother's, and her mother's before that. My mom was born in 1934. Gramma must have had this set for a couple years by this time. When visiting Michigan a few years back I came across a tea setting that which is of very small size. Perhaps a child size. I found it in a antique shop. It came with a hanger that held both the little teacup and saucer. Perhaps a child's gift. Very pretty.

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