Archives For Tea Party

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland) is an 1865 novel written by English mathematician Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. It tells of a girl named Alice falling through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures. The tale plays with logic, giving the story lasting popularity with adults as well as with children.

Data Source (& more history): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice%27s_Adventures_in_Wonderland

 

Find similar tea pots here: http://amzn.to/1EeoGqc
Image Source: http://comtesse-du-chocolat.tumblr.com/post/98628507963/via-pinterest

 

Broken_China_Jewelry

See more lovely broken china jewelry in our shop HERE www.brokenchinajewelryshop.com

What our customers are saying…

“Wonderful addition to my pendant collection:  Lana A.

Click here to subscribe to our email newsletter!



Pretty in Pink Teacups

November 10, 2014

Pink Satin Shelley (Bone China), shop here!

Source: http://roses-and-teacups.com/beautiful-teacups.php

 

 

Are these guys related 😉

Click here to shop for beautiful teacups:

 

 

Source: http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/0c/9e/e7/0c9ee79234f7045188f462d57ce6b8b3.jpg

Click here for beautiful teacups!!!

 

To buy: New Country Roses pattern china, click here!

 

 

 

For a great childrens book, click here!

Pretty Little Teacups

September 4, 2014

09-04-7AM

SOURCE

09-04-blog

SOURCE

09-04-blog2

SOURCE

09-04-7PM

See more lovely broken china jewelry in our shop HERE.

What our customers are saying…

“WONDERFUL PIECE!” ~ Sloane

Click here to subscribe to our email newsletter!

Beautiful White Hobnail

September 2, 2014

09-02-7AM

SOURCE

09-02-blog

SOURCE

09-02-blog2

SOURCE

09-02-2PM

See more lovely broken china jewelry in our shop HERE.

What our customers are saying…

“I love this ring! Thank- you” – Linda

Click here to subscribe to our email newsletter!


Teapot Cakes

August 31, 2014

08-31-7AM

08-31-blog

SOURCE

08-31-blog2

08-31-2PM

See more lovely broken china jewelry in our shop HERE.

What our customers are saying…

“My daughter loves it! Superb workmanship! Will definitely recommend to friends!” ~ Vicki

Click here to subscribe to our email newsletter!

Royal Albert China

August 27, 2014

Royal Albert China is the trading name of the small pottery company established by Thomas Clark Wild in 1894. It was located in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent in England. Thomas Wild and his sons, Thomas and Frederick built up the family business. The company grew to be known for tis fine quality bone china. From 1905 to 1917, the business traded simply as Thomas C. Wild and as business prospered Thomas Clarke Wild purchased several pottery businesses and factories nearby including St. Mary’s Works in Longton in 1905, the Park Place Works in 1910, the Royal Albert China Works in 1917, the Shore & Coggins Ltd in 1918 and William Lowe pottery in 1919.

Please click here to shop beautiful Royal Albert China:  http://amzn.to/1AnJrla

08-27-blog

SOURCE

Thomas Clarke Wild’s sons Thomas E. Wild and Frederick C. Wild joined their father in the business in the early 20th century. In 1932, Thomas Wild retired from active management and his sons Thomas and Frederick worked as permanent directors. The first backstamp used by the company had their initials, but it was phased out around 1905. The second backstamp added Royal Albert to its name and the third was introduced in 1907. It was around this time that the Old Rose pattern was started. The pattern, designed by  Harold Holdcroft, has achieved sales of over 100 million pieces since its introduction and is still highly sought after today.

08-27-blog2

SOURCE

The company became incorporated as a Limited Company in 1933. One of the company’s highlights is the creation of their first royal items in 1897, to honour the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria. Their products were originally called Albert Crown China, the company added Royal to the brand name in 1904 and this is named after Prince Albert, who was crowned King George VI in 1936.

08-27-7AM

The company had its first overseas agencies setup in New Zealand, Australia, Canada and US in around 1910. By 1970, the company was renamed Royal Albert Limited and in 1972 it became a part of the Royal Doulton group. Originally production of all Royal Albert items was in England but in 2002 it was moved to the company’s state of the art facilities in Indonesia.

08-27-7PM

See more lovely broken china jewelry in our shop HERE.

What our customers are saying…

“Great item! Well made, good price. Thanks so much!” ~ Hannah

Click here to subscribe to our email newsletter!

Blue & White for Fall

August 23, 2014

08-23-7AM

SOURCE

08-23-blog

SOURCE

08-23-blog2

SOURCE

08-23-7PM

See more lovely broken china jewelry in our shop HERE.

What our customers are saying…

“I have gotten so many compliments on this bracelet. It has a very neutral color scheme, and goes with almost anything. Very high quality piece, and this is one of my favorite shops!” – Bernadette

Click here to subscribe to our email newsletter!

08-16-7AM

SOURCE

08-16-blog

SOURCE

08-16-blog2

SOURCE

08-16-7PM

See more lovely broken china jewelry in our shop HERE.

What our customers are saying…

“Beautifully made ~ The 2nd one I’ve ordered – love them that much.” ~ Lisa

Click here to subscribe to our email newsletter!

Gold that SPARKLES!

August 15, 2014

08-15-7AM

SOURCE

08-15-blog

SOURCE

08-15-blog2

SOURCE

08-15-7PM

See more lovely broken china jewelry in our shop HERE.

What our customers are saying…

“Beautiful. Thank you!!” ~ Dee

Click here to subscribe to our email newsletter!

Tea Pots

August 11, 2014

08-11-7AM

SOURCE

08-11-blog

SOURCE

08-11-blog2

SOURCE

08-11-2PM

See more lovely broken china jewelry in our shop HERE.

What our customers are saying…

“Beautiful craftsmanship and perfect delivery. ~ Lisa

Click here to subscribe to our email newsletter!