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Art in a Cup: Cups and Saucers 1860-1950: Postcard Book ePub download

by Katie Burke

  • Author: Katie Burke
  • ISBN: 076491622X
  • ISBN13: 978-0764916229
  • ePub: 1835 kb | FB2: 1486 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pomegranate Communications Inc,US; New Ed edition (July 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 30
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 999
  • Format: mbr rtf lit doc
Art in a Cup: Cups and Saucers 1860-1950: Postcard Book ePub download

Postcard Book Art in a Cup Cups and Saucers 1860-1950 Design 30 Postcards.

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Cups and Saucers is a one-act "satirical musical sketch" written and composed by George Grossmith

Cups and Saucers is a one-act "satirical musical sketch" written and composed by George Grossmith. The piece pokes fun at the china collecting craze of the later Victorian era, which was part of the Aesthetic movement later satirised in Patience and The Colonel. The story of the sketch involves an engaged man and woman who each schemes to sell off the other's purportedly valuable china.

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Explore Nancy Dean's board "cups and saucers" on Pinterest. From British designer Paul Cardew, porcelain pot is embellished with books, titles, and the names of famous authors: Shakespeare, Orwell, Dickens, Mark Twain, Lewis Carroll. The knob on the lid is a small stack of books. 6" high; holds 18 oz. Dishwasher and microwave safe.

BIRTHDAY GREETINGS two cats by cup & saucer, smoking cigar on saucer. BIRTHDAY POST CARDS mostly flowers & children, some pets. unnumbered, no prefix, divided back, embossed, many with gilt inscriptions, PRINTED IN GERMANY or PRINTED IN SAXONY or CHROMOGRAPHED IN SAXONY, come glittered several cards used as Advertising cards opt in brown COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES OF THE HEYDT BAKERY MAY YOU LIVE LONG AND ENJOY EATING YANKEE BREAD, many of the same images BIRTHDAY 105 & unnumbered Birthday floral.

A postcard or post card is a rectangular piece of thick paper or thin cardboard intended for writing and mailing without an envelope. Shapes other than rectangular may also be used. The postcard craze between 1907 and 1910 was particularly popular among rural and small-town women in Northern . Postcards, in the form of government postal cards and privately printed souvenir cards, became very popular as a result of the Columbian Exposition, held in Chicago in 1893, after postcards featuring buildings were distributed at the fair. In 1908, more than 677 million postcards were mailed.

cup art. What others are saying. Cute bird feeders made from tea cups and saucers with swirled wire, for a funky decor in your garden. Pen ink drawing using only words associated with a cup of coffee. Use with any still life object and setting. Creative diy bird feeders and cute. I'm going to try making some of my own bird feeders.

This is exactly what you would expect in that it is a book of postcards, perforated on the left edge to tear out of the book. You may not have expected that out of 20 postcards you wouldn't get A Starry Night or Fifteen Sunflowers in a Vase. The collection is actually as follows.....
blodrayne
Gorgeous photos of fascinating cups and saucers of the last 100+ years.
Usaxma
Not everybody has or wants email. And even if you do have email, it's nice to get some snail mail to remind you that somebody out there is thinking of you. I like to send snail mail and I really like to send postcards - just a few lines to write and of course, the less expensive postage.
These cup and saucer postcards are beautiful and suitable to send to anyone, male or female, dog or cat person, Yankees or Orioles fan. there are lovely waterlily cups from the Netherlands, French cups, Japanese cups as well as a few stunners from Tiffany's.
You could use these postcards to send out invites to a tea party or just say "I'm thinking of you". You could post some of the postcards at your work station to give you something beautiful to look at (instead of your boss). I would highly recommend you buy these postcards if you still like the quaint custom of snail mail or just to look at extraordinary cups and saucers.
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