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A Conversation with Lord Piers Wedgwood
We were saddened to learn of the death of Lord Piers Wedgwood on January 29, 2014. Read his 2007 interview with TeaTime.

A Fine Legacy
In 2008, the Royal Doulton Company celebrated the centennial of its Royal Albert Collection with the release of a distinctive pattern from each decade of the collection’s existence.

Beauty Through the Centuries
Like all classics that have endured the test of time, Wedgwood china has a rich history steeped in its surrounding culture.

Decorative and Useful: The Veilleuse
Both sumptuously decorative and simply utilitarian, veilleueses-théières are fashioned in luminous porcelain and recognized as highly treasured collectibles.

Family Heirlooms
Whether displayed in a china cabinet, on a single shelf, or artfully placed throughout the home, tea wares and china should be used often and safeguarded with special care.

Mend and Make-Do Teapots

Long before the invention of epoxy glue, craftsmen used a variety of techniques to repair porcelain.



Priceless Patterns
Replacements, Ltd.’s Chris Kirkman explains the finer points of replacing lost, damaged, or missing pieces of china.

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