cup and saucer


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European biennial widely cultivated for its blue or violet or white flowers

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The challenge with breaking the cup and saucer grip tendency is that's it's just so darn natural.
Twenty individuals entered the contest, which invited high school and college students to create the iconic spoon, cup and saucer casting that represents the mastery of the metalcasting process.
In the 19th century, as well as the finely painted vignettes exemplified by the cup and saucer shown here, Berlin became famous for its porcelain plaques and lithophanes.
That could be the rallying cry in a fight to save our old traditional way of making a tea from a pot with a cup and saucer.
com JOLT your senses this spring with a shot of strong caffeine in this dinky cup and saucer from pottery designer Emma Bridgewater.
Coolurbanchic MODERN urbanites, look no further than the Lyon cup and saucer from Pied a Terre for House of Fraser.
I am in possession of a large cup and saucer in blue and white china, written on it Thomas Twining 1675-1741.
A MATCHING porcelain cup and saucer, separated for over 200 years, have been reunited thanks to a sharp-eyed museum curator.
She kicked up a stink and demanded someone get her cup and saucer back," the Sun quoted a source as saying.
As I sipped from my ceramic cup and saucer over the next few minutes, I considered the implications for a restaurant that doesn't make styrofoam, plastic, or paper cups an option for customers.
The Vegan Carrot Cake from Cup and Saucer Cafe in Portland looks scrumptious, and Simple Treats' Pumpkin Spice Blondies are quite unique.
The Riedel Espresso Cup and saucer are produced from a clear crystal rather than opaque ceramic to allow the deep brown of the coffee and caramel-colored crema (foamy cap) to be clearly admired from all angles, It has a ridged, semi-circular, hole-less handle that does not transmit heat which in turn prevents burnt fingers and is big enough for a large man's hand to securely and comfortably grasp.
Jimmy Fisher kept his luggage tags and even a cup and saucer from the flight of his life in1981.
A rare cup and saucer believed to have been used by first-class passengers on the Titanic has been sold to a Midlands collector after it was spotted in a box with ordinary china.