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Three for Tea

For a loose-leaf English Breakfast, a four o'clock with Earl Grey or a chamomile blend at bedtime

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Andrea Christie says her hand-built ceramic vessels are created to embody an "ethereal sense of time and dreams, mixed with a physical sense of the hand and the earth." You can buy this teapot, $115, and cup, $24, at The Ogden Museum of Southern Art Museum Store (925 Camp St., 539-9650; www.ogdenmuseum.org).
  • Andrea Christie says her hand-built ceramic vessels are created to embody an "ethereal sense of time and dreams, mixed with a physical sense of the hand and the earth." You can buy this teapot, $115, and cup, $24, at The Ogden Museum of Southern Art Museum Store (925 Camp St., 539-9650; www.ogdenmuseum.org).


Among a good selection of one-of-a-kind designs at Hands in Clay (4125 Magazine St., 269-1300; www.handsinclay.com), you'll find this footed teapot with a bamboo handle, $225, crafted by store owner and accomplished studio potter Martin Lill.
  • Among a good selection of one-of-a-kind designs at Hands in Clay (4125 Magazine St., 269-1300; www.handsinclay.com), you'll find this footed teapot with a bamboo handle, $225, crafted by store owner and accomplished studio potter Martin Lill.


In keeping with the serene Eastern vibe at Duke Morgan's spa and store (3607 Magazine St., 309-9394; www.dukemorgan.biz), this simply sleek tea set with four cups for $30 is a great value.
  • In keeping with the serene Eastern vibe at Duke Morgan's spa and store (3607 Magazine St., 309-9394; www.dukemorgan.biz), this simply sleek tea set with four cups for $30 is a great value.

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