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The idea of tea sets can call up images of musty floral print china and senior ladies whiling away their afternoons quilting, but as tea has grown in popularity a new breed of tea set has emerged to cater to the converts.
Beyond fine china and silver, these tea sets can be casual, elegant, quirky, cute, or, in the case of artist Antonio Murados’ blood stained set, creepy. Whatever your personal style may be, there’s a set to suit it. They’re not only functional, but when displayed in the home, can spark quite the conversation.