Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Royal Albert Enchantment


Welcome Teacup Lovers!

Did you know that I not only treasure Sadlers and pink pretties but I also cherish all  Royal Albert patterns and pretty blues?


When hubby and I go thrifting I always try to look for any Royal Albert pieces to add to my collections.


My Enchantment collection started with just the sugar bowl.


Then I found an odd cup and later bought a saucer at Value Village.


I love it's lacy white flowers on the turquoise/teal blue background.  In the centre is  a multicolour floral spray and it is trimmed with a gold scalloped edge.  


One day I came across 5 large dinner plates and cups and saucers in an antique store. 


 I later found 4 more place settings in a Salvation Army.  That made 9 dinner plates.


The last purchase was the matching teapot.


So don't give up.  Eventually you will find the matching pieces to your favourite and desired dinner pattern.



Good Luck in your search!


Have a Wonderful Week!

Karen



This week I plan to visit these beautiful blogspots:


Bernideen's ~ http://blog.bernideens.com/
Friends Sharing Tea
Beverly ~ http://howsweetthesound typepad.
Pink Saturday
Ruth ~ http://antiquesandteacups.info

Tuesday Cuppa Tea

Hope to see you there!

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14 comments:

  1. Another lover of blue china!

    I have to ask what is your Value Village charging for china? My nearest one here in AB is starting at $9.99 for a cup and saucer and teapots at $24.99.

    The biggest problem I'm having with searching for my pieces now are resellers! I see people in the aisles with their smartphones checking each and every interesting piece and then scooping the lot, only to see the items turn up on ebay hours later.

    I've actually seen better prices in a store that sells "hard to find" and discontinued patterns.

    My best friend was planning to donate her Mum's china collection to Value Village when the time comes (not her or her children's taste), instead I've been asked to go through it and decide what to donate and what to take to the above mentioned shop.

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  2. WOW!!!Magnificent Tea set!Just adorable!!!Blessings!Maristella.

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  3. What a beautiful pattern by RA! I'm loving the pretty turquoise colour. Your treasure hunting skills never cease to amaze me.

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  4. Dear Karen:
    What an amazing story of how you acquired each piece! And it is sooooo lovely! I know you love just looking at it.

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  5. Oh Karen .. You always inspire me ... I’m always on the search ... I don ’t care if the children want them or not ... I love pretty china like you ... Your teaset is and ‘AMAZING” find. ... REJOICE in your purchases ... They found you , Lovely lady .... HUGS

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  6. Hi Karen! I am so excited to see your enchantment collection! It is also the pattern of my first royal Albert and first thrift store treasure that hubby got me for my birthday :) I was able to find a cup, saucer and a side plate. I am so excited!

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  7. How beautiful! I think I need to go thrifting with you sometime!

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  8. Karen, I've never seen that pattern. It looks so perfect for spring! I'm not a good shopper, I need you along to supervise me!

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous. This is definitely one of my favorites.

    Happy Pink Saturday, dear Karen.

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  10. That is one of my favorite patterns. It is just so pretty! And lovely photographs! Thanks so muh for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
    Ruth

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  11. The turquoise and this tea set are absolutely beautiful.
    Hugs

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  12. Wspaniałe zdjęcia!!! Piękna zastawa w bardzo ładnych kolorkach!!! Serdecznie pozdrawiam:))

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  13. That is the most heavenly set! To think it all started with just one bowl.

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