Teatime Celebrations Giveaway

Teatime Celebrations 2017: Special Issue Preview

In celebration of spring, we are hosting a stunning giveaway. 


Readers of TeaTime magazine are certainly familiar with the gorgeous floral pattern, Surrey shape, golden accents, and twist rope handles of Royal Crown Derby’s Derby Posies teapot featured on the cover of Teatime Celebrations 2017. One lucky winner will win the following:

This giveaway ends Friday, May 18, at 11 p.m. (Central Time). It’s one you don’t want to miss! Enter by signing up for our newsletter below. Good luck! Please note the giveaway is open only to U.S. residents.

Enter DAILY to increase your chances of winning!

15 COMMENTS

  1. My favorite part is admiring all the teapots and dishware its my one weakness,collecting beautiful dishware.

  2. We have just closed our beautiful B & B (CIRCA 1896) here in the Shenandoah Valley, Va. Many guests and friends asked if we have ever thought about hosting “tea parties.” I took a look around and realized just how God has blessed us! Surrounded by the awesome Shenandoah Valley, as well as our own beautiful home & country English gardens, I thought, why not! Beautiful home. beautiful surrounding and the opportunity to share this all with others, let’s do it!
    This is how I became aware of “Tea Time” magazine. I’m sure there will be plenty of other tools I’ll need and that’s fine.
    So….here I go!

    Thank you Tea Time!

  3. I am very English, born and bred in Warwickshire until the age of 47 when I met and married an American gentleman. Now living in Upstate New York at the Adirondack Foothills, I return home once or twice a year and obviously am very much in love with England and all it’s beauty. Your magazine is so lovely, a delightful picture of all things tea with all the traditions. Thank you.

  4. Love your magazine our beautification group give teas to raise money to be used to spruce up our town we often use your magazine to help us.

  5. Love your magazine our group give teas to raise money to improve our town and we often refer to your magazine.

  6. Teatime is a favorite in my family. We have enjoyed teatime in Spain, Ireland, Paris, Vienna, Italy, Canada and our next stop England. I also collect teapots and would love the derby to add to my collection.

  7. I have been receiving Tea Time magazine for many years. Favorite of all magazines I subscribe to. I always recommend this magazine to all my Tea loving friends, and I have quite a few.

  8. You took me back to summer of 1967 with the article on tea in the Cotswolds. My husband and I traveled by freighter from Montreal, CA to Swansea (Mumbles Pier), Wales. After a few days we took the ferry to .We traveled by local street buses from town to town and stayed in B&B’s. If we liked a town, we stayed several days. If not, we quickly moved on. We had many days in Stratford since Don was a Shakespeare professor. As part of our local wanderings, we took short journeys to lovely little towns in the Cotswolds. While I don’t recall any of the particular tearooms featured in this article, I do remember some of the towns and one that you did not mention–Chipping Camden. I still remember sitting in that seat in front of the window daydreaming about our newly discovered pregnancy. Our daughter is now 50 years old and much has happened. She, and our younger son, will vouch for the influence of our summer-long trip. Our regular afternoon teatime and my collection of tea sets is a part of our legacy to our family.

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