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 Dover, OH
May 14, 2016
This beautiful chintzware was a gift for my mother-in-law on Mother's Day. She was so surprised with the tea set. I think it was love at first site! I also think she was quite impressed with the very sturdy box the tea set came in. I would love a tea set for myself and may order one in the future. Thank you.
from Scottsdale Arizona
October 11, 2018
The tea set is really lovely and my wife loved it. We enjoy afternoon tea and this beautifully crafted tea set is perfect. My only complaint is that it took two months for it to arrive.
from Santa Barbara
August 4, 2016
Sadly, I am disappointed in the purchase and I am thinking of returning it. The teapot, cup and saucer are made of a heavy material almost resembling earthenware rather than porcelain. The background color is off white and not the delicate, luminous white porcelain looking tea set shown in this photo. When reflected in the light I can see the decal edges of chintz roses that I fear will eventually wash off with repeated use. I guess I got what I paid for but I was hoping for better.