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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Richard Ginori Perugia 6 Piece Tea and Saucer Set RG-ITFRUIT-SET

A cute, high quality tea set for your own grown up tea parties. This deal of the day is $99.99 (74% off the $380 retail price). Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST).

No, I’m not too old to have a tea party.

I know we’ve only been married for a few years, but you should know that I’ve been having tea parties since I was 5 years old, and guess what? They are always awesome. I would wear my mom’s favorite Easter dress, one of her big hats, a boatload of her jewelry, and even wore her heals from time to time. All my best stuffed animal friends were there, and we all had a great time.

Wipe that frown off of your face. Now that I’m an adult and have REAL friends who aren’t stuffed pink bunny rabbits, I want to keep having tea so we can catch up and have fun. And unlike my stuffed animal friends, these are friends my older brother can’t steal while I’m at school, rip off their heads, and bury in the back yard. At least not without some serious legal repercussions.

Plus, I just bought a cute new tea set off of JomaDeals. It was one of their deal of the day thingies. The set has six cups and six saucers, and is made by Richard Ginori, so you know it’s good. And since it was 74% off, I couldn’t wait any longer to get a real, grown-up set and invite my friends over for some fun.

Look, I’m done talking. My friends will be here any minute, so put on that sun dress and big hat and heels and sit down at the table like a gentleman. I promise, you’ll have fun.

Perugia pattern fine china
Teacup diameter is 3 3/4", saucer diameter is 5 3/4"
Made in Italy does not ship outside the USA and its territories. Shoppers from outside the USA may place orders for delivery within the United States. Product ships 3-7 business days after order.

About Brand

In 1737 the prominent Italian aristocrat Carlo Ginori started a hard paste porcelain factory on his country estate in Doccia near Florence, Italy. Ginori porcelain became known also as Doccia porcelain. There was only one other European hard-paste porcelain factory at that time which was located in Meissen, Germany. Richard Ginori porcelain was collected by the Medicis and other European nobility such as Napoleon's wife and Marie Louise of Austria. After five generations the family firm merged with a large industrial Milanese company named Richard in 1896 and became know as Richard Ginori Porcelain. Today, Ginori and Richard Ginori porcelain are highly sought after and very collectible.

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