Recently I blogged about my lovely experience at High Tea of Highgate a beautiful little tea shop in the middle of Highgate Village run by a lovely lady who followed her dream. Georgina sold her flat to open this lovely little vintage tea shop, and I can say from my own experience there that it is a credit to her.
I blogged the lovely Chinese tea set that I bought for my mum from China Town in San Francisco!
I have also blogged about the lovely tea cup pin cushion I managed to pick up at the Danson Festival, from Annie May.
I would like to take this opportunity to show how far my love of tea goes! I love most tea related paraphernalia, from jewellery, tea sets, to more practical items.
I love these “Time for Tea” items; ring £10.00 and Necklace £12.00 from chic unique.
While on a lovely outing to London with my boyfriend we decided to have a look round Liberty and found this amazing mannequin covered in broken crockery.
This beautiful set of four teacups and saucers brings on visions of afternoon tea on beautiful summer days. £32.00 from Vintage Style Gifts
I have also developed a real taste for fruit teas, mint tea and lemon and ginger tea (if I’m suffering from a sore throat).
Tea is amazing, not only does it taste fabulous but it heals and calms. Tea is inspiring and offers comfort and nostalgia. I hope that you have enjoyed looking at the tea related workings of my mind and that I have been able to offer you some inspiration.