‘It’s about the power of the cup of tea.
Never has there been a drink quite like tea, it’s a drink that has the power to link cultures together both ceremonially and socially. It’s been a social drink in Britain for centuries no matter a persons status, class or rank. But all over the world it has a representative meaning.
It’s truly stood the test of time, from ladies and high tea, to the workers and to millennials. Tea is the answer. We synchronise brew breaks for a gossip we drink herbal teas for the health benefits and natural healing. Not forgetting a good cup of Yorkshire to cure heartbreak and dare I say it…hangovers.
Taking inspiration from a variety of design periods to construct the pattern, with classic floral elements from orchids, peony’s and delphiniums (a flower that represents the transcendence of time and space – which in my opinion a good cup of tea takes us to! Linking eastern culture to where tea leaves were first discovered to western culture after King Charles II first introduced it to Britain.