Vintage Porcelain Art

Hand Painted Porcelain by Amy Enright

Welcome to Vintage Porcelain Art! I am an award winning porcelain artist with over 20 years experience. I specialize in the vintage "lost" art of china painting in the style of the old victorian masters as well as in the romantic, shabby and cottage chic style. Thank you for letting me share my art with you!

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Monday, August 30, 2010

 Happy Tea Tuesday!

Here are my show and tells.......
My version of a French tea set....




And just for fun....
a tea cup shaped night light!



Both these pieces are listed in my eBay store!

Thank you to our Tea Party Hostesses


Please pay them a visit and see the lists of other "partiers"........

 
Tuesday Tea For Two


Tea Time Tuesday




Tea Pot and Tea Things Tuesday




Tea Cup Tuesday


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11 comments:

  1. Your tea set took my breath away!! It is beautiful....
    Have a Great Day!
    Love,
    Marilyn

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  2. Amy, your work is so beautiful. I'm in awe. Happy tea day!

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  3. Those are beautiful. You are quite talented! Thank you for sharing. Connie

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  4. What a gorgeous Victorian blue shade...lovely.

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  5. Gorgeous, Amy! What beautiful works of art lie within your gifted hands, my friend! Such pretty colours and I love the sweet nightlight too! Thank you for sharing your pretties for Tea Tuesday.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  6. What a cute nightlight! And the tea set is exquisite!

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  7. Amy, I pray that you continue to sell well, paint beautifully and share generously- love seeing your work! kind regards, Delcie

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  8. Amy, You have taken my breath away with these beauties!!

    To die for!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  9. Hello Amy- As always your art is beautiful. How did you cut the teacup for the night light? I've tried before and they always break or crack. Take care.

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  10. Such a beautiful set and nightlight! Dreamy~
    Sorry I am late, Theresa

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  11. Your version of a French tea set is gorgeous - what pretty colors and shape. I have a teacup nightlight, but it is not nearly as lovely as yours.

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