J’adore Limoges!

J’adore Limoges!

By Kerry Vincent Photography Courtesy of Bernardaud Once upon a time, there was a little girl who was besotted with china, porcelain, and cut-glass artwork. The...

Do You Take Milk?

A history of jugs and creamers Text by Jane Pettigrew Many people assume that the British have always drunk their tea with milk. However, when tea...

The Chitra Collection: British and European Pottery and Stoneware

Text by Jane Pettigrew • Photography Courtesy of N Sethia Foundation European producers of ceramic wares were fascinated by the exquisite beauty and fine quality...
Opener-Teapot

Teapots

Available in a variety of shapes and sizes, teapots are highly collectible useful treasures with a fascinating history.
The Chitra Collection: Stunning Silver Wares

The Chitra Collection: Stunning Silver Wares

Text by Jane Pettigrew • Photography Courtesy of N Sethia Foundation The wealthy have always liked to demonstrate their standing in society by acquiring beautiful objects...
The Complete Table: Efflorescent Autumn

The Complete Table: Efflorescent Autumn

The equinox on September 22 marks the beginning of a season of simple pleasures—chills in the air, changing colors of leaves, apples and gourds...
Collector's Corner: Linens for Tea

Collector’s Corner: Linens for Tea

A collector’s passion to set a pretty table Text by Jeannie McGehee • Photography by John O'Hagan My love of linens came from dinners at my...
Tea Infusers: The Evolution of Steeping

Tea Infusers: The Evolution of Steeping

Tea infusers, whether made of silver or silicone, simplify the process of brewing the perfect cup of tea and add a bit of style to the tea table.

Our Favorite Blue and White Teapots

Check out favorite blue and white teapots from the pages of TeaTime.
Tea Trays: Servers for TeaTime Treats

Tiered Tea Trays: Servers for Teatime Treats

Tiered tea trays pair practicality and style in their delicate pyramid design, allowing for easy serving and creative display.

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