Featured Pattern: Stems of Roses
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During Jane Austen’s day, the Regency Era, tea was an important affair. Austen even kept her precious Twinings tea under lock and key in her tea caddy, a common practice to avoid tea pilfering. In parlors and common rooms, Pembroke tables were kept with the sole intent of having or hosting tea. These small tables were specifically designed with wings on the sides to flip up and make a beautiful setting.
If this “Stems of Roses” porcelain had been sitting in a shoppe on one of Jane Austen’s errands, we think it may have caught her eye: classic in its pattern of florals, but a bit dreamy and romantic to make this porcelain unique. Available pieces include a teapot, cups and saucers, dessert plates, and cream and sugar sets.