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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Cottage Colors Party for March "Green"

Welcome to Cottage Colors Blog Party, held the last Monday of every month. Our colors to share for the month of March is Green! So I'm puttin' on the Green for you all to enjoy. Out of the china cabinet is a beautiful hand painted Tea Cup and Saucer by Lena Liu in  her line of "Glorious Chintz". The name of this lovely set is "Exquisite" and that is a perfect description. This set was produced in 1993 and was a series of chintz. Some where along the line I didn't finish the collection and only have about 6 of the sets.  Probably wasn't one of my smarter decisions! The second is a green and white chintz creamer that I had purchased in an antique mall. Very sweet and small and was tucked tight in the china cabinet with the other treasures. Have a great week and thanks all who visit and don't forget to leave a comment on my Blogaversary post in order to have a chance of winning my giveaway and become a follower also. I won't be posting too much this week as I'm trying to get a little blogging break and rest. Love you all and I'll get back to your sweet comments at a later date.  


Unknown said...

Welcome to the Cottage Color Party Marilou!
I love your green pieces, especially the Lena Liu.

Rebecca said...

Great greens-I find that I don't have many greens to share!

DragonflyzDreams said...

Your china is lovely and Happy Blogaversary!
Smiles, Cyndi

mypinkprettiesaboutme said...

Marilou I love your c&s set. I think I'll go make a cup and use a pretty set myself. Have a happy pink week.

romance-of-roses said...

Ok, I am in love with the cup and saucer. It's just precious.

Daniella said...

Hope your OK darlin'! I understand needing a break for sure! I am at that point now! But, I will continue, because I'm addicted! lol!
I lOVE chintz, and your tea set is gorgeous! I can't even imagine drinking tea out of something that beautiful!!

Lisa said...

I just love the little creamer! I have a little collection of chintz dessert plates that I display on an open shelf in my dining area. I have fun collecting beautiful china, too!

Debbi said...

Pretty! I am late visiting all the party goers over at ECS blog! Your treasures are amazing:)