1855-1861 French Sèvres Coffee and Tea Service at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. www.teacampaign.ca Source: see below.

Tea and coffee service ("Déjeuner Chinois Réticulé"), Sèvres Manufactory…

look at the creamer....too cute.

Regal Peacock Teaware, brings back the cranbourne Teapot and sugar box. Everyone is super pleased with the progress.

Blue & White Tea Service

Blue and White Tea ~ Mary Wald's Place - Afternoon tea on England's very own Burleigh china (Felicity Teacup, Arden Teapot)

Vintage coffee service from my Tally Ho dinner {aka my Ralph Lauren inspired dinner part 2!}

More details from the Tally Ho dinner {aka my Ralph Lauren inspired dinner part 2

Antique Silver Coffee Service for Ralph Lauren inspired dinner for two, Tally-ho tete-a-tete, equestrian dinner

Porcelain tea service, c.1725-30. This is a unique tea service. It includes a teapot, an angular tea caddy, an oval sugar bowl and six cups and saucers. One of the saucers is not an original: it was made at the Russian imperial pottery in St Petersburg in the second quarter of the nineteenth century. The rest of the set was made at Meissen in Germany. The various items in the service are decorated in typical Meissen fashion, with exotic chinoiserie scenes depicted in gold-paint.

Tea service porcelain and gold leaf. from the Meissen factory in Germany. Set consists of porcelain cups (Note no handles until mid teapot, angular tea caddy, oval sugar bowl and six cups and saucers, all resting on a gilt tray.

Just like making coffee, there is an art to brewing the perfect cup of tea. Each variety requires a different time in which you leave the tea steeping in hot water. I learned the hard way when I hosted a party and forgot about the tea, so when it was time to serve, it was...read more

How to Brew the Perfect Cup of Tea

How to Brew the Perfect Cup of Tea - Sugar and Charm - sweet recipes - entertaining tips - lifestyle inspiration

queenbee1924:  (via ♥ red&white ♥)

red and white tea set. Makes you want a cup of tea. Red tea pot is by Mason & pattern is Vista!

Meissen Porcelain Manufactory (Germany, Meissen, founded 1710). Germany, circa 1780.

Meissen Tea Service Manufactory (Germany, Meissen, founded Germany, circa

Tea service, ca. 1910  Josef Hoffmann (Austrian, 1870–1956)  Silver, ebony, amethyst, carnelian

Josef Hoffmann (Austrian, Silver, ebony, amethyst, carnelian -- this must have seemed so insane.