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Sunday, November 14, 2010

SUNDAY STILLS CHALLENGE - CUPS/TEA CUPS (AND MUGS)



 These are some of my favorite mugs....mostly for hot tea with lemon.

A gift Jack and Louise brought back from China.

Can't remember where this came from.

Designed by friend Bill Stewart...a fundraiser for community art.



Sent by Gayle from the White House in Alaska.















































To see more cups and mugs from around the world, click on my sidebar.

16 comments:

  1. Very nice, love the one with the dragon..:-)

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  2. Love the tea cups with the lids. :)

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  3. Great mugs and cups. I love the first one and the ones with the lids-so pretty!
    Amy :)

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  4. Such nice cups, I too like the ones with the lids, what a good idea. You inspired me to go and make a cup of tea right now.--Inger

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  5. All of them are cups I'd be happy to have in my cupboard, but I really love the ones with lids- what a great idea! I hate cold tea or coffee.

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  6. ooou, very nice selection ..it makes me want a cup-o-hot-something...now, and from the equine mug, of course!
    Kac

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  7. ahh; I love the last one, Lori...it's just a gorgeous cup for drinking hot tea....a magnificient design and it's beautifully inviting...!!!!

    ciao ciao elvira

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  8. What a lovely selection of mugs..well done. I think I like the last one the best! :)

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  9. Wonderful and varied collection. My favorite is the Asian style with the dragon. Beautiful!

    ~Lisa

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  10. A great collection! I really like the first one and the covered one. Think it's time for a tea break here.

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  11. Wow Lori, what a collection of mugs you have...one so diffirent from the other! Glad to know that you are using it...I love to drink tea or coffee from my favorite tea cups and mugs!
    Have a great week!
    Ixx

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  12. The Chinese mugs, I remember them, the lids keep the tea piping hot.

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