Author Archives: Elaine

Tea Time Tips – Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea can be enjoyed in your parlor, garden, or even a park or beach. No matter the setting, it is a refined gathering and careful thought and consideration should be put into the menu. The proper tea to serve for Afternoon Tea depends on your personal preference of flavor, aroma, and body and your […]

About Woodblock Artwork

Porcelain Woodblock Artwork  New Collection at The Teapot Shoppe What are Woodblock Prints? Origins of Woodblock Artwork Printing Woodblock artwork printing is a technique used for printing patterns, text, and images. It originated in China and can be dated back to before to 220 and quickly spread through Asia as a popular printing technique. Originally […]

Valentines Day and Valentines Day Gifts

History of Valentines Day Musings on the History of Valentines Day There are several theories on the origination of Valentines Day and the date it is celebrated. One theory is the legend of Saint Valentine or Valentinus. The Roman Emperor Claudius II was emperor in 3rd century Rome. In an effort to enlist more soldiers into […]

Teapot Gift Giving Just Got Easier

Teapot Gift Giving from The Teapot Shoppe  We realize choosing the prefect teapot gift from the thousands of teapots, tea sets, and tea ware accessories available at The Teapot Shoppe may be especially overwhelming during the Holiday Season. Even though we have an awesome customer service help line. Phone: Feel free to call us toll-free at 1-866-380-0815. […]

Black Friday Special Sale on Teapots and More

The Teapot Shoppe is getting into the holiday spirit with a Black Friday Special Sale. Discount prices on teapots, cups and saucers, creamer and sugar sets, desert plates, children’s tea sets, Nativity Scenes, and much more. Our shop has the largest variety of teapots and tea ware, but we also carry Lenox dinnerware, coffee pots and […]

What to Serve With Afternoon Tea

Reed & Barton Tiered Server

One of the most delightful times in a person’s life is to invite friends for an afternoon tea. This was especially fashionable in Europe during in the Victorian and Edwardian ages and in the U.S. during the Gilded Age. Today it is very popular, both for special events as well as for people who like […]

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