Who can resist a pretty teacup?! Not me! I collect them.
It all started when I lived in the Aleutian Islands, 1200 miles southwest of Anchorage, Alaska. You can read my essay on "Collecting Teacups" in the Summer 2008 issue of Tea-and-Roses Quarterly [newsletter]. Most of my teacups are displayed in the china cabinet above, which once belonged to my mother.
I have also tucked a few teacups onto the shelves of the white cupboard in my kitchen. The "Drink More Tea" teapot and cup and saucer are Emma Bridgewater.