2016 Teacup and Coffee Mug Exchange

2016 Teacup and Coffee Mug Exchange

I’m delighted that you’ll be joining us for my annual tea cup exchange! It’s very simple to participate! You agree to send a carefully packaged teacup and saucer (or a coffee mug) to someone, and she will agree to send one to you. Please select something to give that you would like to receive, and please use tracking or insurance, as I cannot be responsible for lost or damaged mail.

Once all of the names are gathered, Renee will match partners and notify each set of exchange partners about the email and mailing address of their tea-pal. You and your tea-pal will correspond via email if you like, and ship one another your treasures.

Please, send a picture of your teacup or mug to Renee, after you receive it. One name will be drawn from among those who send a picture, and that winner will receive a lovely package of 60 teabags from Fortnum and Mason on Piccadilly, in London.

Sign up here to participate in the exchange!

 

21 Comments On This Topic
  1. Debrah
    on Sep 27th at 3:40 pm

    I have several Paragon Tea cups and saucers! I love this pattern on the one purchased in London!! Count me in for the exchange!! I love sharing the beauty of those I cherish and receiving the same from someone equally as crazy over all things British!!! I can’t wait!!!

    • sandra
      on Sep 30th at 5:15 pm

      I was delighted when I saw this in the antique market in Covent Garden a few weeks ago. It’s from the era of Queen Mary, I believe! So glad you’re joining us.

  2. Susan Siegismund
    on Sep 27th at 3:46 pm

    I just sat down with a Cup of Tea and to check my emails and what do I find?! This sounds like a wonderful idea!

    • sandra
      on Sep 30th at 5:16 pm

      Please join us! I think I need a cup of tea right now, too!

  3. Caryl Kane
    on Sep 27th at 4:20 pm

    Sandra, I am so excited to participate in your tea cup exchange!!!!

    • sandra
      on Sep 30th at 5:16 pm

      I’m so happy you will be joining us, too!!!

  4. Andi Tubbs
    on Sep 27th at 5:12 pm

    I love tea cups. My mom has a collection from my grandmother.

    • sandra
      on Sep 30th at 5:16 pm

      What a nice thing to pass down!!

  5. Kathleen Kelly
    on Sep 27th at 6:11 pm

    Beautiful teacup and saucer. Sadly I do not have tea cups because I collect teapots. This is a great idea though Sandra!

    • sandra
      on Sep 30th at 5:16 pm

      I think Kirsten collects teapots, too! Join us for the tea and recipe, anyway!

  6. Cheryl Olson
    on Sep 27th at 8:49 pm

    Ah, now this is such a lovely exchange! There is something about drinking tea in a beautiful tea cup that is just so soothing. I’m delighted to be able to participate! Thanks so much for hosting this exchange!

    • sandra
      on Sep 30th at 5:17 pm

      It does add a bit of elegance to an ordinary day, I think. Can’t wait to see what you come up with!!

  7. Karen Jones
    on Sep 27th at 11:22 pm

    Our daughter spent 3 years in England from 06 to 09 living on the economy and working for the air force at Lakenheath. She has a wonderful collection of silver teaspoons. I don’t collect either or. At age 75 I need to downsize, not add more. It sounds like a lovely idea. Love the cup u got in England.

    • sandra
      on Sep 30th at 5:18 pm

      I have to say I was as agog at the spoons in the antique market as I was the tea cups. I’d love to see your daughter’s collection someday.

  8. Lisa Harness
    on Sep 27th at 11:44 pm

    Definitely sounds like fun.

    • sandra
      on Sep 30th at 5:18 pm

      It is – join us!

  9. Linda Horin
    on Sep 28th at 4:40 am

    What a wonderful idea! I would love to participate. I have been collecting teacups for several years now.

    • sandra
      on Sep 30th at 5:19 pm

      I hope you’ll participate – it’s so fun to collect one that someone has selected for you!

  10. Dorothy Adamek
    on Oct 5th at 11:40 pm

    Joining the fun from Melbourne, Australia. 🙂

    • sandra
      on Oct 5th at 11:51 pm

      Hooray! I’m so glad!!

  11. Jennifer Hibdon
    on Oct 6th at 4:36 am

    I would love to participate!!! I love tea. I am a Michigander transplanted to Texas. I work in a thrift department store, so I’m sure I will find the perfect cup to share.