The Complete Table: Beautiful & Bold

The Complete Table: Beautiful & Bold

Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography by John O'Hagan Blue-and-white—a popular duo for tea ware—paired with a contrasting bold hue creates a visually stunning...

Treasured Teapot: Fancy This

Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography by John O'Hagan For a beautiful, seasonal accessory, incorporate a James Sadler and Sons Ltd. 1562 teapot into...

Treasured Teapot: Floral Flair

Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography by William Dickey Schumann-Bavaria’s beloved Empress Dresden Flowers creates a delightful seasonal botanical motif. With touches of gilding incorporated...
The Complete Table: Dainty Details

The Complete Table: Dainty Details

Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography by William Dickey and Caroline Smith Shelley china, which was called Wileman until the 20th century, is distinctive...
Treasured Teapot: A Regal Soiree

Treasured Teapot: A Regal Soirée

Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography by Caroline Smith Royal Doulton’s original Countess pattern is a timeless treasure worth featuring on any tea table. Royal...
The Complete Table: Verdant Charm

The Complete Table: Verdant Charm

Sunny afternoons and balmy temperatures are a few of the joys of late spring and early summer. For tea parties served indoors or al...
The Complete Table: Updating a Classic

The Complete Table: Updating a Classic

Elegant bone china can be more versatile than you might think. By Betty Terry • Photography by William Dickey • Photo Styling by Lucy W....
Silver & The Complete Table: Silver & White

The Complete Table: Silver & White

Photography by Sarah Swihart • Photo Styling by Lucy W. Herndon Highlight the natural hues of winter in your home with a tablescape that combines...
A Rosy Valentine Afternoon Tea

Rosy Valentine’s Day Tea

A Victorian-style afternoon tea, complete with an exuberance of pale-pink and deep-rose blooms, is the perfect setting to celebrate the beauty of friendship for...
The Complete Table: A Rosy Affair

The Complete Table: A Rosy Affair

Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography by Caroline Smith William Shakespeare’s titular character Juliet once said, “A rose by any other name would smell...

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