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French country charm gets an update in this must-have teapot that’s steeped in style. Perfectly sized with a 48 oz capacity, this is an accessory you’ll use every day. Crafted of durable stoneware, French Perle is deservedly one of the most popular Lenox collections, and that is saying a lot! Whether your style is comfortably casual or fabulously formal, the classic French country charm of this collection will be right at home on your table. Inspired by the beauty of fine embroidery, French Perle is exquisite in every detail, from the raised bead motif to the hand-applied tea stain finish on every rim. Part of the fun of selecting French Perle is the easy way you can mix and match all of the color and pattern variations from the incredible range of products offered to create your own unique collection.
Best of all, this versatile and stylish collection is created by Lenox, America’s first name in home entertaining, known around the world for offering a unique combination of design artistry and superior quality for over 125 years. Dishwasher and microwave safe, the confidence that Lenox has in the unmatched durability of every product they offer is backed up by a lifetime breakage replacement policy to guarantee many years of enjoyment to each customer.
The most popular casual dinnerware collection in America, Butterfly Meadow is truly a contemporary mix and match classic. Inspired by the artistry of Louise Le Luyer, there are many delightful pattern varriations to choose from, each offering an exquisite array of butterflies, blooms and other wonders of nature, all rendered in a soft color palette. Crafted of the finest Lenox porcelain, Butterfly Meadow is the perfect choice for today. All of the dinnerware is safe for use in the dishwasher, the microwave and guarantees superior freezer to oven to table performance. Designed for chip-resistant durability, Butterfly Meadow will take a cherished place in your home for many years and offers the opportunity to expand your collection with the incredible range of dining, decor and gift giving choices available. Best of all, this versatile, stylish and fun collection is created by Lenox, America's first name in home entertaining. Known around the world for offering a unique combination of design, artistry and superior quality for over 125 years, Lenox has unmatched durability and is backed up by a lifetime replacement program to guarantee many years of enjoyment. A perfect tea for one to warm you up! Giftboxed 4 piece stackable set includes a 7" teapot and lid which holds 18 oz, a tea cup which provides the base of the set and a butterfly-shaped tea bag holder. Just add tea and water!
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Our popular Holiday motif graces this teapot of fine porcelain. Here, the red-and-green holly design is vivid against the ivory porcelain. Perfect for entertaining, the teapot holds a full six cups.
Adorably old-fashioned in shape, this Butterfly Meadow sugar bowl from Lenox adds garden freshness to your tea and coffee service. Crafted from fine porcelain, the bowl features a handsome foot, a scalloped rim, a snug-fitting lid, and double handles. The decorative imagery, created by Lenox artist Louise Le Luyer, is both delicate and vibrant. The lid, decorated with tiny vines, features a pale pink rosebud as a handle, while flowers, butterflies, and a ladybug circle the body. The bowl can go from the freezer to the oven to the table and is safe for use in the microwave and dishwasher. It measures 6-1/2 by 4-1/4 by 5 inches and is covered by Lenox's lifetime replacement policy. A matching teapot and creamer are also available. -Emily Bedard
The current exhibition at the DAR is "Eye on Elegance: Early Quilts of Maryland and Virginia," but unfortunately we only had time to browse their gift shop as we had a 4:00 o'clock reservation for Afternoon Tea at Lady Camellia's Tea Room in... Below are my two purchases: a teapot picturing the DAR building, and a plate with a pineapple, the symbol of hospitality reflective of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Source: Relevant Tea Leaf
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gross weight Three teapots of this typically New York form by Peter van Dyck ... that of Elizabeth Loutit (1732- after 1750), the great aunt of Elizabeth Sproat Lenox. Elizabeth Loutit's mother, Elizabeth van Dyck, was a first cousin, once removed of ...
It's a Japanified Little Red Riding Hood and just as expected, she is as cute as can be. Here she is hanging out in the forest on a bed of flowers. Too cute. Teapot with mesh strainer included. Made in China. Available October 2014.
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