Brisk weather is just around the corner, and The St. James Market is stocking up on the well-loved autumn staples of wool hats and cozy scarves.
The most recent edition in the Maggie Hope series by Susan Elia MacNeal: The Prisoner in the Castle. November, 1942.
Featured Pattern: Pixel Black Rose. This new porcelain cuddles quite perfectly in the themes of the season.
Brand-new purses and wallets have graced the shelves of our ladies’ section of The St. James Market.
The St. James Market is featuring a brand-new china pattern, Pink Rose Dots, a charming and whimsical pattern of Alice blue and Wonderland florals.
The season of sending love and congratulations is upon us. Graduations, weddings, showers, and birthdays fill this year with celebration. The St. James Market has a variety of both whimsical and classic greeting cards for every occasion. If the celebration calls for flowers, or a bear playing the banjo, we have it covered with charming […]
During our “Royal Celebration” menu, we picked up a few items to make tea feel a little more royal. This tray and ice bucket made of hammered copper are the perfect little touch to any celebration. They would shine beautifully out in the garden with a pitcher of refreshingly cold iced tea, or you could […]
The Imperial Porcelain Factory, formally known as the Lomonosov Porcelain Factory, was founded in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1744 by order of Empress Elizabeth, daughter of Peter the Great, after Dmitry Ivanovich Vinogradov discovered the secret of creating hard-paste porcelain. Though found in the traditional shapes of teapots and teacups of England, Russian china has […]
Chocolate in tea? We do believe Willy Wonka might approve. In true Wonka fashion, the Market has put together a chocolate tea variety pack. Tucked in a beautiful little box you will find two of our chocolate teas, Chocolate Raspberry Truffle and Renaissance Chocolate Treasure, a tea ball infuser, a miniature bag of sugar, and […]
Spring has sprung in our Market! We love the time of year that brings beautiful, fresh blossoms. It may be the blooming flowers, or the rumors of a sweet Wonka-inspired menu, but along with spring comes happy little bees. Found in our stationery section, brand-new bee-inspired stationery has begun to appear. Notepads, card sets, and […]
Our brand-new china pattern from Royal Albert is almost good enough to eat. Featuring charming blueberries, blackberries, and daisies, you might think we plucked the “Alpha Foodie Turquoise” pattern straight from Willy Wonka’s Edible Room! But never fear, these blueberries shouldn’t turn you violet. The Oompa Loompas are raving at the size of the teapot, […]
Brand-new magnetic games are perfect for long car rides or bringing to the pub and sharing a friendly game over a pint. As we journey to Ireland, The St. James Market found a few new items to make our travels a little easier—and maybe a bit classier! Our new leather-bound shaving kits have a sleek […]
The Search for God & Guinness, a biography by Stephen Mansfield, details the life of Arthur Guinness as he changed his city of Dublin for the better. Through living out of abundance, Guinness used the vehicle of beer to create jobs, sanitation, safe drinking alternatives, housing, and much more for the people of Dublin. He is […]
Featured China Pattern: Glamis Thistle. This beautiful set is bone porcelain china made in England. In Celtic culture, the thistle represents strength, devotion, durability, and bravery. The thistle seems quite fitting as we celebrate a man who exhibits these qualities as he strived to heal his broken city of Dublin. Refusing to make his fame […]
Our latest teatime theme invites you to fly away with us to a land of pixies, pirates, and the lost boys… As we fly into Neverland, we invite you to sample “Second Star to the Right,” a black tea blend with pixie dust, marshmallow bits, and light from the Second Star! It sure to inspire […]
You asked, and we listened! Our three featured teas for our “La Vie en Rose” menu are now included in our Signature Line of Teas. Lavender Provence French Kiss Puerh Mother of Pearl These delightful teas will be available for purchase throughout the year and to request at any of your teatimes. We hope you […]
Sir Chauncy and “Fortune’s Favor” It is a warm summer afternoon, and our story opens on the sleeping form of a brave knight on his way home from travels in the Far East. He has seen many wonders, has this knight, Sir Chauncy: great statues and a stone wall, tall thin hills and slender bamboo. […]
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If you have perused our tea collection lately, you may have seen a new addition appear! It is an honor to introduce our brand new tea “Duchess of Bedford.” This velvety traditional black tea is enhanced with raspberries and a subtle hint of rose. It is made most luxurious by a touch of brown sugar, […]
Our featured china set this month is so fun. It’s called Victorian Cream Ramble Rose, and each piece has adorable little feet! Find it this month in our Market!
We love to celebrate and pamper our moms around here! With that in mind, we’ve decided to have an extra special Mother’s Day shopping event! Come into our Market next Wednesday, May 10th, 2017, from 4pm – 7pm and enjoy samples of our famous St. James Cream Scones and a cup of tea while you […]
Our new exclusive spring tea is here! Easter Basket is a strawberry cream herbal tea with hibiscus, orange, and a delightful surprise of jelly beans! It pairs perfectly with parties and pastries. Find it now in The St. James Market.
We’re eager to share why we continue to do what we do and how we continue onward in the midst of the storms of this world. Words to encourage, uplift, and even challenge–this little magazine is brimming with the heart of The St. James Tearoom! Written by our owner and founder, Mary Alice Higbie, each article […]
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