tea service

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Even objects for the home were reduced to their most functional forms: Marianne Brandt’s tea service, created in the mid-1920s, is composed solely of its most essential shapes. Todd Plummer, Harper's BAZAAR, "The 100-Year-Old German Art School That’s Still Influencing the Fashion World," 13 Feb. 2019 Further relaxation is aided by the fact that there are only 34 suites and no children allowed, so guests can quietly enjoy other inclusions like yoga classes, afternoon tea service, and champagne breakfasts every morning. Kaitlin Menza, Town & Country, "The Best Things to Do, Eat, and See in Barbados," 15 Nov. 2018 These airy, tropical villas come with seriously plush amenities: daily gourmet coffee, nightly tea service, and seasonal aguas frescas all come delivered to your door. Alex Schechter, Vogue, "Beyond Airbnb: 9 Luxe Hotels That Cater to House Lovers," 11 Oct. 2018 There will also be a drawing to win a tea service for four or a specialty gift basket from Harrods that includes Every Day Luxury tea delights. Aleanna Siacon, Detroit Free Press, "How to watch the royal wedding in Michigan," 17 May 2018 The delightful cakes, tarts and Champagnes appear in early afternoon at the hotel's 108 Pantry, a plush cafe with a low-key vibe, lovely pastries and a price tag of $43.50 per person — half that of some other tea services. Rosemary Mcclure, latimes.com, "Toast Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at one of London's finest afternoon teas," 13 May 2018 Vendors on the platform offered crystal ornaments, tea services and plaques mounted with taxidermied squirrels. New York Times, "For a 90-Minute Game, a Train Ride of 27 Hours," 26 June 2018 Coffee or tea service — and more so, the ritual of the preparation itself — is a ceremony that crosses cultures across the globe, and can also be a chance to not only pause, reflect and relax, but also find joy in the simple pleasures in life. Sarah Fritsche, San Francisco Chronicle, "Where to find unforgettable tea and coffee service in the Bay Area," 25 May 2018 Or upgrade to Taittinger Prestige Rose, which will boost the cost of the tea service from $53 to $87. Rosemary Mcclure, latimes.com, "Toast Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at one of London's finest afternoon teas," 13 May 2018

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1809, in the meaning defined above

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