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You're drunk IMS. Go home. #starbucks #coffee #love #frappuccino #latte #tea #yummy #gift

You're drunk IMS. Go home. #starbucks #coffee #love #frappuccino #latte #tea #yummy #gift

Learn how to brew pour over coffee with a dripper. We offer step-by-step tutorials to make drip brewing simple and easy.

Learn how to brew pour over coffee with a dripper. We offer step-by-step tutorials to make drip brewing simple and easy.

Stone top bistro table and green bistro chairs; Katie Lee Joel's West Viillage home by Nate Berkus

Stone top bistro table and green bistro chairs; Katie Lee Joel's West Viillage home by Nate Berkus

Ok, so as usual have been influenced by everyone else doing #miymarch17 and have decided to join in  You all know me. I am Manju, an adventurous sewist who is not afraid to try anything new! I love sad endings, cocktails, spicy food, shoes and have never drunk tea or coffee. Here I am wearing a #memade animal print skirt (that's something else I love) and a #grainlinestudio #cascadedufflecoat  #sewcialists #sewing #sewistsofinstagram #sewingaddict…

Ok, so as usual have been influenced by everyone else doing #miymarch17 and have decided to join in You all know me. I am Manju, an adventurous sewist who is not afraid to try anything new! I love sad endings, cocktails, spicy food, shoes and have never drunk tea or coffee. Here I am wearing a #memade animal print skirt (that's something else I love) and a #grainlinestudio #cascadedufflecoat #sewcialists #sewing #sewistsofinstagram #sewingaddict…

this ‘caneware’ teapot made in 1782 by the acclaimed English pottery factory, Wedgwood. ‘Caneware’ was the name given to the buff coloured stoneware that the factory developed in the 18th century. Its pale colour was ideal for the bamboo decoration on this teapot, a design that was inspired by earlier Chinese teapots that were exported to Europe from the 1660s. Given that all of the tea drunk in England was shipped from China, English manufacturers considered exotic Chinoiserie decoration to…

this ‘caneware’ teapot made in 1782 by the acclaimed English pottery factory, Wedgwood. ‘Caneware’ was the name given to the buff coloured stoneware that the factory developed in the 18th century. Its pale colour was ideal for the bamboo decoration on this teapot, a design that was inspired by earlier Chinese teapots that were exported to Europe from the 1660s. Given that all of the tea drunk in England was shipped from China, English manufacturers considered exotic Chinoiserie decoration to…

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