Coming Up Roses

The Complete Table: Coming Up Roses

The chintz pattern first arrived in Europe from India in the early 17th century in the form of brightly printed calico fabric with vibrant...
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 Hearts and Flowers

The Complete Table: Hearts and Flowers

A pretty Royal Crown Derby pattern from the past finds new life in a new millennium. The delicate geometric designs and stylized hearts and flowers of...
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....

Treasured Teapot: Winter Roses

Text by Britt Crawford • Photography by John O’Hagan Schofield’s Baltimore Rose sterling silver teapot brings floral beauty to a seasonal table. While Christmas calls to...

The Complete Table: Golden Holidays

Text by Britt Stafford • Photography by John O’Hagan and Caroline Smith Since 1750, Royal Crown Derby has produced numerous eye-catching and exquisite fine bone...
An English Classic

The Complete Table: An English Classic

Royal Albert’s Old Country Roses is the best-selling bone china pattern in the world. In 1962, the Royal Albert Company introduced a new china pattern...
8 Inspiring Autumn Tablescapes

8 Inspiring Autumn Tablescapes

Get inspired ideas for setting an autumn table for tea.

Treasured Teapot: Autumn’s Golden Light

Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography by John O’Hagan Let the glistening details of this James Sadler teapot shine at tables set with rich...
Treasured Teapot: Perennial Adornment

Treasured Teapot: Perennial Adornment

Text by Britt Crawford • Photography by Nicole Du Bois While Frank Smith Silver Company’s 2830 sterling teapot can be a year-round ware, let it...

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