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I grew up drinking coffee and lots of it. Hot, black, steaming and often! Why bother with anything else really? Milk? HA! Sugar....well....ok...but only if it was good sugar! And flavorings...please...I though we knew each other.

I still have my coffee....every morning if I have a choice. Hot, black, steaming.....but now organic fair trade out of my Chemex...you know, you grow.

But lately I've fallen from the jittery purist coffee path I've walked all these years. You see....there's this devastatingly bright individual I share the aforementioned morning cup with every morning who's turned me on to the wonder of afternoon tea. You know her as SteamerTrunkVintage...and, like the woman, this tea is neither frilly nor weak! Good, strong, black and vaguely English, our tea times have become the occasions of conversation, of catching up with the events of the day, of contemplation of the same and lovely quite interlude before dinner. How breathtakingly civilized!

This Mikasa service will be perfect for your fall tea time. The cups are mugs...so, as the seasons change that unmistakable chill insinuates it's way into the soft evening air, you've substantial enough amount of your favorite pot to keep you nicely warmed up. I found a small chip in one of the cups that breaks the heart, but, there it is. One day I'm going to make my fortune inventing a practical and easy fix for chips in porcelain!

The rest of the set is lovely and in good vintage conditions. No strainer in the pot. That's what your stainless Danish tea strainer is for silly! And the pot will hold enough to keep four people well served for the duration.

I can easily see this as a coffee service as well and would encourage you use it as such, I'm just on a tea thing lately so....it's a tea service!

Sip well! Cheers! CM

International tea totalers(sp) please convo prior to purchase for shipping quote.

Reserved for ROB Vintage Mikasa Cera-Stone Tivoli Tea Service Set


Overview

  • Vintage handmade item from the 1970s
  • Material: procelain
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 83 reviews
  • Favorited by: 47 people