Teatime Downton Abbey Style

Teatime Downtown Abbey StyleResources include Royal Crown Derby Old Imari 5-pc. setting, teapot, and tea strainer and bowl; Reed & Barton Windsor sterling-silver small rectangular tray, Wallace Grande Baroque round tray and Baroque 3-light candelabra, tipping teapot, and round serving tray from Replacements, Ltd. Floral design cream and sugar set, sugar tongs, Wedgwood Duchesse footed cake plate (discontinued), table linens, atware, and round silver serving dish from private collection.  

Teatime Downtown Abbey StyleFrom TeaTime January/February 2014

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Although I have lived in the US for many years I was born in Ireland and grew up in England.
    The usual pattern followed for serving afternoon tea that I have always experienced in the United Kingdom is sandwiches first, then scones, then the cake course.
    I’m not sure why so often in the US the scones are served first.
    Does anyone have any idea how that came to be?

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