collection includes a reactive, iridescent, glazed teapot and a stainless-steel canister finished in either copper or gold for storing your teas.
This means that you will have access to a wide range of tea products as well as teaware
and that you will not have to worry about paying a small fortune for each order.
This product line extension comes on the heels of the company's inaugural line of elevated teaware
, launched earlier this fall.
He had met and married a lovely woman artist with similar dreams and was living a Thoreau-like existence creating teaware
To promote tea culture, the fair also features a series of collectors' teaware
, including an "Oil droplet" Jian Teacup, one of the eight famed kilns in the Song Dynasty, which is fired and finished at high temperature.
Clearly, this isn't your grandma's tea service, though the hotel's custom teaware
(first used in 1939 for King George VI's visit) remains.
There's everything from blue and white transferware to 19th-century armorial plates made as either replacements or additions to earlier Chinese dinner services; finely painted show-off pieces best kept in display cabinets; more jugs with the celebrated serpent handles than you could shake a stick at and, perhaps most importantly, a significant group of teaware
by Yorkshireman Miles Mason (1752-1822), founder of the business in about 1800.
The shop will sell 200 kinds of specialist loose teas as well as all the teaware
you could possibly need.
Tea is taking its place beside coffee as the hot beverage of choice, and related teaware
and tableware collections have enjoyed the patronage of royal families, celebrities, and families all over the world.
This year's LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair hosts a display of works from the Chitra Collection, an impressive holding of historic teaware
With its selection of loose tea leaves, herbal tisanes and teaware
from around the world, the brands move to the North is an important step in adding to its growing portfolio of stores across the UK.