Another special week, joining Kim from Shabby, Pink and Pretty and the other ladies on sharing Teacup Tuesday.
Today's teacup was a special gift from my daughter's room mate when she lived in the Windy City.
This pretty little delicate teacup has no markings on the bottom, but it appears to be either German or Bavarian. It is so thin you can see right through the cup.
As a matter of fact, it was so thin that when I opened this lovely teacup, it was in a hundred pieces! I was so disappointed because as you can see, it appears to be handpainted.
So I sat down one day and with my tube of 527 I started painstakingly piecing this sweet cup back together. It took many hours, and of course it is not usable for drinking tea, but it is lovingly on display on a shelf.
Please stop by Kim's blog and see what she is sharing today. She will also list the other ladies who are joining in on the fun. Thank you Kim for allowing me to showcase some of my favorite teacups out of my collection.