This collection of holiday teacups feature a variety of delightful Christmas trees. Shown here is a Royal Albert tea cup with the Old Country Roses style and a festive Christmas tree front and center, complete with ribbon swirls, classic gold rim, and the iconic pink and yellow roses we all love about this Royal Albert pattern.
Another familiar style is the Spode Christmas Tree pattern introduced in 1938. This vintage Spode pottery was originally made in Stoke-on-Trent in England and conjures memories of Christmases past with celebrations around the tree. Modern versions of this pattern are available as platters, pitchers, and more.
This colorful teacup pattern from Japan is called Happy Holidays. It features a decorated tree complete with presents under the tree. The familiar Nikko bear is front and center among the gifts. Introduced in 1986, the pattern was discontinued in 2014.
Another Royal Albert holiday design is this Christmas Magic tea cup from 1990, A variety of toys can be found under the tree, on the back of the cup, and on the center of saucer. The familiar country roses pattern encircles the cup and saucer with holly leaves and berries dancing around the china and among the flowers. This pattern had a short run, and ended in 1993.
We love setting the table with this colorful assortment of Christmas tree tea cups!