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High Tea

A chic, splurge-worthy tea set



Founded in 1759 by Josiah Wedgwood—a fourth-generation potter known for his perfectionist tendencies—Wedgwood produces fine bone china that has adorned the tables of English kings and queens for more than two-and-a-half centuries. But lucky for us, you don’t have to be royalty to add the company’s luxury dinnerware, flatware and drinkware to your cupboard. On our holiday wish list: The Prestige Pure Gold Collection, a chic tea set that combines Wedgwood’s classic fine bone china with hand-painted 22-carat-gold handles, spouts and saucers in a textured reptile-skin pattern. High tea served with a side of bling.

Wedgwood Prestige Pure Gold Collection, pieces sold individually, starting at $435; wedgwood.com

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