Natalie Ferguson

Natalie Ferguson

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Chinese cups without handles were very popular in Europe and were imported in great quantities, usually packed in tea or rice. As shown in the painting, it was quite all right to pour the tea into the saucer for cooling. 6 K'ang-hsi cups and saucers, 1662-1722

Chinese cups without handles were very popular in Europe and were imported in great quantities, usually packed in tea or rice. As shown in the painting, it was quite all right to pour the tea into the saucer for cooling. 6 K'ang-hsi cups and saucers,

Tea set, Worcester Porcelain, English, circa 1770, soft-paste porcelain with added soap rock, overglaze polychrome enamels. The set includes a teapot with lid, six-side teapot stand, cream pot, two waste bowls (one large, one smaller), six teacups without handles, and six deep saucers.

1770 British Teaset in Historic Deerfield, Deerfield - From the curators'…

Engraved paper sheet used for wrapping small quantities of loose tea purchased from the tea and chcolate dealer and grocer Richard Knight located at 83 Gracechurch Street. The engraving by William Innes includes the name and address of the dealer and a depiction of a chinese man sitting beside a tea plant, tea chest and cup and saucer.Until the 1830s all tea imported into London was grown in China.    Production Date:  1774-1818

Engraved paper sheet used for wrapping small quantities of loose tea purchased…