Wednesday, October 27, 2010

It Time For Tea!

You are invited to consider this a retreat, a nostalgic spot for day dreaming of times gone by and to enjoy the enduring traditions of “Tea.” It is our desire that all the working women, homemakers, mothers and caretakers feel like a Queen when having tea at Lady Estelle's Tea Salon.
Small groups of 12 and private parties are welcome only.
It is a small tea salon, I have decorated my parlor and dinning for taking of tea. I opened it up to anyone who would love to come and relax, socialize and have tea and treats with me. I dress in Victorian clothes and entertain by showing you what women worn in the 1800's. My dinning room table is always set for high tea.

My parlor is set up for low tea and is a great place for clothes demonstration.

You ladies will have a wonderful time and so will I.
The gentle men may enjoy a glass of Cherry or Port after tea while they sit and read or enjoy music.

Find more photos like this on Victorian Tea Lover's Corner

Reservations By Email: Reservations may be requested by emailing me
at and putting "Requesting tea time" in the subject box.

Monday, October 11, 2010

A Tea Gift from Ireland

I love receiving unexpected gifts.
Today was Columbus day, so I was not expecting mail nor any delivery on this day.
But to my surprise UPS knock on the door with a small package from a dear friend on my tea network. Recently, she had spent some in Ireland and found this lovely tea coaster and thought of me.
I was so pleased. Along with the Coaster was a  weeks supply of  Bewley's of Island Tea.

Bewley's Tea of Ireland offers a broad range of quality tea.
I had never heard of this, so I was thrilled to be introduced to it.
And speaking of a rare find, she sent me tea from the Java Republic Roasting Company.

I can't wait to relax and enjoy this "Real Luxury Tea!"

Come for a Tour!

Come take a tour and tea at the studio. It is all set for Summer Tea Parties. The Blue and White give a nice fresh and ...