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Vintage

Floral Tea Set & Tray, 16 Pcs.

Jason Oliver Nixon & John Loecke

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Floral Tea Set & Tray, 16 Pcs.
Floral Tea Set & Tray, 16 Pcs.
Floral Tea Set & Tray, 16 Pcs.
Floral Tea Set & Tray, 16 Pcs.
Floral Tea Set & Tray, 16 Pcs.

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Product Information

Condition:
Vintage, antique, or gently used
Made of:
plastic/glass
Dimensions:
saucers (6), 3"H x 2.75"Dia; cups (6), 2.75"L x 2.25"W x 2"H; milk, 3.25"L x 2"W x 2.75"H; teapot, 6.5"L x 4.5"W x 6.5"H; tray, 15.25"L x 21.5"W x .6"H; sugar, 3.25"H x 4.25"Dia
Color/Finish:
multi
Care:
Hand-wash.

Why We Love This

"We love a good 1970s-era floral pattern, like this beauty that has been emblazoned upon a pint-sized glass teapot, creamer, sugar pot, and seven cups and saucers. Bonus: We unearthed a matching plastic serving tray, too, to complete the set. If Helena Rubinstein had invited you to tea circa 1974, this is what we imagine the pint-sized beauty maven might have used to serve coffee to her guests.”

John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon are the dynamic duo behind Madcap Cottage, their Brooklyn-based interior design firm. Known for their whimsical use of color and pattern, the Madcap gents scour the world for eclectic finds that capture their unique and gimlet-eyed view of the world. Imagine a British country house that pairs Granny’s antiques and a spirited dash of chinoiserie chic with a side of Moroccan marvelous and Indian élan. "If you are looking for beige and boring,” says Jason, "go bark up someone else’s tree.”