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 Farmington Hills, Michigan
October 11, 2018
This Tea For One is as pretty as can be! I bought one for myself and for my daughter and we both LOVE it!!! It looks much more expensive than it actually was. It came in a beautiful gift box, which also was very impressive.This is a GREAT tea set!
from Sunnyvale, Ca.
April 2, 2018
To potential buyers I love this little set. It is the perfect tea for one for those who love tea and the ritual of brewing drinking tea. The pattern is exquisite. I always feel so feminine, dainty and Victorian when I use it...and that's every day! So far washes well in dishwasher. The handle on the tea cup is a little difficult to grasp, especially when full of steaming tea. Practice before using, so there are no burns or broken pottery! I recommend this, 100.
from Moline, IL.
January 25, 2018
Very pretty cup and saucer with an extra cup for later...Love this delicate china set and pot. I gave it to my daughter and she loves pretty little things like this. Coffee or tea in the extra top pot. A beautiful addition to tea time!
October 26, 2017
I'd been looking for a sweet tea-for-one set and couldn't find just the right one until I came across this in the catalog. Just love it. It was delivered promptly, packed securely, and is just lovely. Perfect for an afternoon's respite from the day.
December 15, 2016
I wanted a small, pretty teapot for daily use. This really fulfills my need very nicely. I find that the cup is a little too large and heavily made for my tastes, but I prefer lighter and daintier tea cups. All in all, very pleased with the set. It came in a gorgeous box, too!