Julia Roxburgh Tea Pots

I used to have a cup of in the morning. I don’t know what changed but now I have a pot of and a little jug for milk. I think one cup was never quite enough and I’d always feel too pressed for time to make a second cup of – but with a pot of is already there (I’m all for efficiency). My grandmother alway used a pot – I don’t think she ever made in a mug – she always had cups. Although I love the cup I can’t quite justify the need for a saucer – so it’s always in a mug.

I saw this tea set at Fortnum & Mason, by ceramic artist Julia Roxburgh. I really like her work not just because it’s whimsical and fun but her style is coherent and easily identifiable.

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