Some tea art here, in this photograph by Bianca Stewart.
Quite suitable for any tea-room, don’t you think?
Filed under Tea Design, Tea Room
Elena, thank you again for the honor. This is really informative blog; I have been drinking tea since age 6, which is considered rather early for Americans!
I absolutely adore this photo!
a blog about tea, what a great find, loving it :)
Thanks for the great blog and letting us know about the tea museum in Tunbridge Wells. I am bringing my granddaughter to England for her first buying trip and going to the museum will be a great side trip from London.
Thanks for your comment, we’re so pleased you’ve enjoyed our site, yours certainly has some lovely products and your blog is great!
Having looked at the ‘Tea Museum’ website, I understand it’s the fictional setting of a series of novels. There are some great tea artefacts on display in London if you are planning a trip. The Victoria and Albert Museum has some fantastic collections. Their website has this video on the topic: http://www.vam.ac.uk/collections/periods_styles/18thcentury/taking_tea/modem.html
If you do go to the V&A on your visit, be sure to have a cup of tea in their magnificent tiled cafe!
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