Friday, November 19, 2010

Pink Saturday - Shelley Tea Cups and Saucers

Today is Pink Saturday! I love to join Ms Beverly at How Sweet the Sound every Saturday to show something pink!

Here are two very pretty Shelley China Tea Cups and Saucers with pink flowers.
This one is in a rose bud pattern


Is PINK Turkey meat safe to eat???

Have a fun and safe Thanksgiving!

Be sure to go visit Beverly at How Sweet the Sound and see what others are showing for Pink Saturday!

19 comments:

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Wow a pink Turkey. Happy pink thursday.

Darla said...

Nice dishes...that turkey is scary!

Roselle said...

The second set is GORGEOUS!
That turkey is a fright! LOL
Happy PS
Roselle

dana said...

You and Jeanne of Backyard Neighbor both had that great PINK turkey.....guess they are raising them on both coasts! :)

I LOVE your vintage turkey planters...infact, I have some of the same ones!! I need to pull some out of their box before next Thursday. I also have several vintage turkey s/p shakers...including a set my mom gave me that we used to have on our TGiving table when I was a little girl.

Have a great PSat and a blessed TGiving!! L,Dana

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

pink turkey.. errr.. never see one.. is it safe to eat? teehee.. anyway.. you got nice teacups!

Jean said...

That pink turkey is way too funny. Happy P.S.

Nezzy said...

Heeehehehe, just when I thought I'd done gone went and seen it all baby!!! A pink turkey...that's one bird even a farm chick would pardon.

Oh, how that sweet little rosebud pattern brings back memories of my Granny Walden's warm cozy kitchen on her farm. Thanks!

Ya'll have a fun and fabulously blessed weekend!!!

Life with L said...

How sweet are those? Love those cute turkeys. I am your newest follower. I would be thrilled if you followed me as well. happy Thanksgiving! Linda

fiberdoodles said...

Happy Pink Saturday!

Deb said...

I saw pink Christmas trees the other day....scarey turkey...

Donnie said...

Those pinks are really pretty especially the turkey. Happy Pink Saturday and also Happy Thanksgiving.

Maggie said...

I love those teacups!

Sorry for the late visit- I think of busy Saturdays as a "Pink Weekend" since it takes me that long to visit everyone!

Happy belated PS!

In shoes we trust,
Maggie Mae@
"Do these shoes match this purse?"

Gracie Jewellery said...

Love love love the teacups.Happy Pink Saturday. Hey I'm having a giveaway!

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

I sure couldn't eat a pink turkey! Love your vintage turkey collection.
Happy Thanksgiving!
Deb :)

Rita said...

Happy belated PS. It's taking me so long to visit all participants (nearly the whole week) as so many pink lovers are joining in the fun of this weekly appointment.
I love love love your teacups and saucers. I'm a novice china collector and I'm so glad whenever I have the chance to see some showcased.
have a great week
rita

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Ann, I love that first cup to pieces! And the second one is just as pretty!

As far as pink turkeys, I think if you ate him you would be "in the pink." ;-)

Happy PS to you, my friend...

XO,

Sheila :-)

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

Nice collection of vintage turkey planters! Thanks for sharing....Julian

Mimi Sue said...

He reminds me of the pink poodles from my childhood. Poor thing. Your teacups are adorable. Mimi

Paula said...

Awwww- that poor turkey!! He's probably thinking "what the heck?" LOL
Love the pattern on those cups and saucers, Ann- they are gorgeous!

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