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A dish of tea with lemon, by Gennaro Basile, "from the so-called "Portrait Gallery of the Styrian nobility" of Gennaro Basile from Castle Hainfield". What a splendid dressing gown! 18th Century Fashion, 19th Century, Baroque Art, China Tea Sets, Tea Art, China Porcelain, Painted Porcelain, Porcelain Ceramics, Historical Costume

A dish of tea with lemon, by Gennaro Basile, c.1750. "from the so-called "Portrait Gallery of the Styrian nobility" of Gennaro Basile from Castle Hainfield"

Porcelain tea cups, a teapot, a jug, sugar bowl, silver spoons and other objects on a draped table Food Painting, Tea Art, Silver Spoons, Tea Bowls, Sugar Bowl, 18th Century, Art History, Drawing, Tea Cups

English School, 18th century , Porcelain tea cups, a teapot, a jug, sugar bowl, silver spoons and other objects on a draped table

Porcelain tea cups, a teapot, a jug, sugar bowl, silver spoons and other objects on a draped table

View Still life with silver and biscuits on a dish by André Bouys on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by André Bouys. China Porcelain, Porcelain Ceramics, Painted Porcelain, Still Life Art, Global Art, French Artists, Conceptual Art, Art Market, Art Google

Coffee Tales

Andre Bouys (French artist, 1656-1740). Still Life with Silver and Biscuits "Ah! How sweet coffee tastes! Lovelier than a thousand kisses, sweeter far than muscatel wine!" from "Coffee Cantata" Composer Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Johann Sebastian Bach by Elias Gottlob Haussmann (1695–1774) 1748 For more early morning coffee tales, click here.

English Pearlware Tea Bowl & Saucer Georgian century Circa 1790 from trinityantiques on Ruby Lane

Antique English pottery delftware tankard early century period - Antique Staffordshire Pottery of John Howard Blue And White China, Blue China, Porcelain Ceramics, White Ceramics, Art Nouveau, English Pottery, Antique Pottery, Pottery Making, Japanese Pottery

Antique English pottery delftware tankard early 18th century period - Antique Staffordshire Pottery of John Howard

Antique English pottery delftware tankard early 18th century period at John Howard, in Woodstock, England.

Pehr Hilleström, Three Women Telling Fortune in Coffee, 80 x (Stockholms universitets konstsamling, J. Berg Collection The paintings of the Swedish artist Pehr Hilleström give us a unique view directly of ordinary life in the century. 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Stockholm, Dutch Women, 18th Century Costume, Fortune Telling, Ordinary Lives, Woman Reading, Portraits

Spåkvinna i 1700-talets Stockholm, Från Per Hilleströmutställningen på Sven-Harrys konstmuseum kulturnatten 2015.

Two ladies and an officer seated at tea (Oil painting), ca. Oil painting, Two ladies and an officer seated at tea, English school, Museum Number Tee Kunst, Baroque Painting, Two Ladies, E Mc2, Tea Art, Dutch Artists, Art Uk, Victoria And Albert Museum, Portrait Art

A cup of tea anyone, made the 18th century way?

We’ve looked our favourite subject of hot chocolate, then coffee, so now it’s time for a post about eighteenth-century tea drinking. At the beginning of the 1700s, according to the Daily Courant of…

Solitaire service (c. Hot Chocolate Coffee, Chocolate Pots, Breakfast Set, Antique China, Teapots, Tea Set, Vienna, Tea Time, Bon Voyage

Solitaire service | VIENNA PORCELAIN FACTORY, Vienna (manufacturer) | NGV | View Work

Crescent Marked Tea Pot From The Worcester Factory, Mark Indicates The Period Of Production

18th Century Worcester Tea Pot

Title: 18th Century Worcester Tea Pot, Status: SOLD, Category: Porcelain & Pottery:Tea Pot:Worcester:B/W Color, Shop: The Steffen Collection, Description: Rare Crescent marked tea pot from the Worcester factory . This mark indicates the 1755-1790 period of production. This a beautiful example from my personal collection which was purchased from a

Georg Christoph Groot - Portrait of Count Ulrich Friedrich Woldemar Levendalya with his wife c. Rococo, Baroque, History Images, Art History, Catherine Of Braganza, House Drawing, Drawing Room, 18th Century Fashion, Friedrich

A Brief History of Tea in England & her Colonies leading to American "Tea Parties"

Dirk Stoop (Dutch painter, c 1610-1685) Catherine of Braganza Wife of Charles II c 1661 The first recorded drinking of tea is in China, where the earliest records of tea consumption date back to the 10th century BC. It was a common drink during Qin Dynasty (around 200 BC) & became widely popular during Tang Dynasty, when it was spread to nearby Korea & Japan. Charles II by Adriaen Hanneman (England, 1603-1671) Tea, then called cha, was imported to Europe during the Portuguese expansion of…

Worcester Part Tea Service

Worcester China

Browse our list of Worcester China now for sale, Worcester China from antique dealers in the U.K. Genuine worcester china shipping throughout the UK and worldwide.

Paul Sandby A street coffee house, Edinburgh circa 1752 RCIN 914503 Satirical Cartoons, Street Coffee, The Royal Collection, Coffee Illustration, Edinburgh, Vignettes, 18th Century, Explore, European Style

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"Boy drinking wine by candlelight" (circa by Philip Mercier Lighting Diagram, Antique Fairs, Old Master, Nocturne, Wine Drinks, Light Art, Oil Painting On Canvas, 18th Century, Mona Lisa

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