Elizabeth Park Chintz Tea For One
This rose-print tea set is named after Elizabeth Park, the first public rose garden in the United States. Located in Hartford, Connecticut, the Victorian-style garden opened in 1904.
- Set includes teapot, teacup, and saucer.
- Books not included.
- Not microwave-safe.
- Gift boxed.
from Renton, WA
November 21, 2015
This tea set is so convenient to use. The teapot holds at least two cups of tea. I steep my loose earl grey in the morning or whenever I need a tea fix. It's just as beautiful in real life as the picture. It's pretty sturdy and would be perfect for a tearoom or tea party. I highly recommend this set.
from Mandeville, LA.
December 2, 2015
I highly recommend this lovely tea for one. I always look forward to my quiet tea time with this set.
from Reidsville, NC
December 19, 2015
This beautiful tea set arrived on time, wrapped in a gorgeous satin-lined gift box. A precious gift that my daughter adored and will treasure for a lifetime!
from Norwalk, OH
December 28, 2015
This is a beautiful, exquisite service for one! So Victorian-looking with the petite pink rose pattern! I bought this for my 85-year-old mother-in-law and she was overjoyed with it when she received it. When I first received it, I had to think really hard as to whether or not I wanted to give it away!
from arlington, virginia
January 6, 2016
I love the tea set, it works well. I love drinking either tea or coffee in it.