Wedgwood English Afternoon Tea

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  • By the time King George III approved the unpopular Tea Act of 1773, Josiah Wedgwood had been making exquisite English china for fourteen years. Centuries later, the company he founded in Staffordshire makes very English blends of fine, loose-leaf black teas, strong enough to serve with milk, if you like, and worthy of your finest china: English Afternoon, a smooth and light black tea using the highest quality of tea leave. Beautiful, reusable Wedgwood Blue tin, decorated with neoclassical golden laurel swags. Approx. 4.4 oz.. By the time King George III approved the unpopular Tea Act of 1773, Josiah Wedgwood had been making exquisite English china for fourteen years. Centuries later, the company he founded in Staffordshire makes very English blends of fine, loose-leaf black teas, strong enough to serve with milk, if you like, and worthy of your finest china: English Afternoon, a smooth and light black tea using the highest quality of tea leave. Beautiful, reusable Wedgwood Blue tin, decorated with neoclassical golden laurel swags. Approx. 4.4 oz.