Teacup Thursday: "Princess Diana's Teacup"

In June of 2008, Miss Spenser, a friend, Cindy Hall, and I were fortunate to attend the Exhibit of "Diana: A Celebration" in Cleveland, Ohio. At that time, they said they didn't think the exhibit would be in the states again...We just couldn't pass the opportunity to view the exhibit, so we hopped in the car and drove about 13 hours to Cleveland...did I mention that I am not a very good "traveler?" Despite that, we did have a fantastic time.

The Exhibition is fully supported by Diana's family and her Memorial Fund. It's a lovely display of the Spencer family heritage, Diana's childhood and beyond. One of the reasons we hopped in the car was to see the royal wedding dress on display...we were speechless...it was so pretty and as ones who appreciate history and fashion, we enjoyed it immensely.

When I saw the tea cup that commemorated Princess Diana, as England's Rose, I could not resist the purchase...especially knowing that a portion of my funds would go to further her work. With our tea room hosting A Tribute To Diana, England's Rose this month, we felt this pretty pink tea cup was especially fitting...I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!





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6 comments:

  1. Princess Diana was a beautiful woman...both inside and out. And "her" teacup is beautiful too. It's elegant and classy, just as she was.

    Thank you for sharing,
    Patti (Fill My Cup with Beauty)

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  2. Thanks for sharing this special visit to see these lovely things!

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  3. A gorgeous tea cup and a wonderful tribute.

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  4. I'm so excited to find your blog! I'm your newest follower and am looking forward to seeing more of your beauties!! Feel free to join me over at faithgracecrafts for Pearls and Lace Thursdays. I love your Spencer China!! I have just found out that I am VERY distantly related to the Spencers! How fun is that!!??
    Blessings, Doni

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  5. A beautiful teacup. I have one I bought at the Kensington Palace. It isn't the same, but I love it because it came from Diana's palace.

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  6. This is a lovely memorial cup for Diana. I would have brought one home too!
    Hugs,
    Terri

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