Immerse yourself in the splendor of spring with the Empire Peony Tea For One Set. A true embodiment of elegance, this set promises a floral fantasia with every sip, turning your tea rituals into a sophisticated affair of petal and porcelain.
Exquisite Peony Print: Adorned with full-blown peony blossoms in shades of pink and cream, each piece is a tribute to the lush gardens of an English country estate.
Ergonomic Design: The teapot and cup are crafted for a comfortable hold, ensuring a stable and pleasurable pour.
High-Quality Craftsmanship: Made with translucent porcelain, famed for its durability and shine.
Space-Saving Elegance: The stackable set is not only a visual treat but also a marvel in compact convenience.
The teapot snugly nests into the cup, creating an enchanting display even when not in use.
Safe for use in the microwave and dishwasher, although hand washing is recommended to maintain the design’s delicate details.
The set includes a teapot with lid, teacup, and matching saucer.
Features a built-in strainer in the teapot for a seamless steeping experience.
Perfect as a centerpiece for your tea-time setup or as an elegant shelf display.
"Why did the peony get invited to every tea party? Because it brings the best buds!"
Goodwoods British Market's Promise:
At Goodwoods British Market, we believe that every cup of tea should be a celebration. Our Empire Peony Tea For One Set is more than just crockery; it's a keepsake that enhances the tea-drinking experience with its artful design and impeccable functionality. We're committed to offering you the crème de la crème of tea-related treasures, ensuring Goodwoods is your one-stop shop for all that is tea.
From the first pour to the final sip, the Empire Peony Tea For One Set is designed to bring a touch of springtime splendor to your daily routine. And as you look to replenish your tea collection or discover new accessories to enrich your tea-drinking moments, look no further than Goodwoods British Market. Where else could you find such a blooming good selection, served up with a smile and a sprinkle of British wit?