mugs with tea bag slit...love this, just remember to turn the slit away from you when you take a sip!

mugs with tea bag slit.love this, just remember to turn the slit away from you when you take a sip! This is a cool idea for when I make my tea!

Not a huge fan of Alice in wonderland but I love this mug. Alice in Wonderland Tea Mug -- I'm late for latte! Alice's madcap mug looks like three teacups stacked together, but a Hatter can enjoy any hot beverage in this most curious Wonderland cup.

Tea Cups

Star Wars fans remember the iconic "I know" :) . When Leia says "I love you" to Han Solo for the first time, he just looks at her and replies, "I know." Han's (Harrison Ford) original line was supposed to be "I love you, too.

History of tea cups.very interesting.

Tea and coffee arrived in Britain in the middle of the seventeenth century. The East India Company brought delicate porcelain teapots and tea bowls from China. The growing fashion for tea drinking in mid eighteenth century inspired the British and Europea

This mug is too sweet and very useful!

great tea mug for a creative fisherman dad gift for birthday or fathers day 15 More Creative Cups and Mugs

10 Great Literary Mugs. Particularly like the Drink Me one!

Alice in Wonderland drink me white teacup with saucer - cartoon mug, hand painted mug, coffee mug, tea party gift by CoralBel on Etsy

Ordered one! So excited. <3 I Bloody Love Tea.

It’s Time for a Cuppa Tea. It’s time for a cuppa tea indeed – my favourite drink, my sustenance throughout the day. I reckon I consume at least at least 8 cups a day including English breakfast, green tea and black iced tea – straight no sugar please!

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Black and white porcelain bird cup with skeletons--creepy but beautiful!

tea party

Tea and coffee arrived in Britain in the middle of the seventeenth century. The East India Company brought delicate porcelain teapots and tea bowls from China. The growing fashion for tea drinking in mid eighteenth century inspired the British and Europea

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