Description from the site: Set of 3 inox, stainless steel , cups and saucers, very decorative with beautiful and elegant pattern, art nouveau style. Vintage item from the 1960s.
Found on Etsy, shop BrocanteEst, in Romania.
I like the look of them and being steel is nice, durable and unusual. But, I think they would be tricky to use. The handles are not shaped for having your finger through them and the steel could be hot to hold onto if you drink coffee or tea in them. Also, 3 is an odd number for a set. At least they have the cups and saucers for all 3 in the set.
Found this on eBay, already sold.
First one I noticed was this blue cup and saucer.
Then a yellow one, both from the same Etsy shop. Prices for these vary online. But, I decided not to buy. Too much when shipping doubles the cost.
Paragon Tea Cup and Saucer with Canada Coat of Arms from Etsy.
Found on Pinterest then Instagram (seems to be the source).
This is one way to repurpose old teacups, especially those which have lost their saucers. It would take a little bravery to glue them together and hang them all up. Depending on the quality of your glue it could all end in tears and broken china.
I like to find pretty teacups for the Ladies Tea Society. I may never attend one but I can have all the fun of planning just how I want it to be. Source: SHELLEY Blue Iris Queen Anne Cabinet Tea Cup & Saucer – Art Deco
via Etsy shop – TeaAttheBrits
I really do love this one. Red is my colour and this one is so perfect I want to have it for myself. It just isn’t practical to buy another tea cup when I very seldom use those I already have.
I seldom actually drink tea but I like pretty, vintage and delicate tea cups and saucers. Best of all, I like when they are not a set, all perfect and all matching each other. A mismatched set has more charm and variety and seems less tight laced and formal.
Whether you drink a lot of tea or just a little, a pretty cup and saucer is a treat and just nice for Valentine’s Day for someone who doesn’t want chocolates, candy, flowers or much of the traditional Valentine romance. Instead, think of a teacup (don’t forget the matching saucer because the actual cup and saucer should match or you just look like you are very bad at washing your dishes).
This blushing vintage pretty comes from Etsy. It’s a bit expensive but it really suits Valentine’s Day.