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Twinings of the Strand - press advert by Twinings Tea, set by the Curwen Press, 1932

Twinings of the Strand - press advert by Twinings Tea, set by the Curwen Press, 1932

London Ritz Book of Afternoon Tea by Helen Simpson, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001KOU1AO/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_FVxRqb168TJCY

London Ritz Book of Afternoon Tea by Helen Simpson, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001KOU1AO/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_FVxRqb168TJCY

Rural folk sing and dance in an advertisement for Brooke Bond “Kora Dust,” circa 1920s-1930s.

Rural folk sing and dance in an advertisement for Brooke Bond “Kora Dust,” circa 1920s-1930s.

1946 advertisement for Lipton Tea - endorsement by actress Gertrude Lawrence. (Hoboken Historical Museum)

1946 advertisement for Lipton Tea - endorsement by actress Gertrude Lawrence. (Hoboken Historical Museum)

"What do the tea leaves say? .. The Tea-Duty has gone! ... Vote Conservative" 1929 British Conservative Party election poster depicts woman looking into cup of tea smiling over cut in cost of tea / Boedleian Libraries, University of Oxford, UK

"What do the tea leaves say? .. The Tea-Duty has gone! ... Vote Conservative" 1929 British Conservative Party election poster depicts woman looking into cup of tea smiling over cut in cost of tea / Boedleian Libraries, University of Oxford, UK

Lipton's Tea colour print ad 'But what was the real love of Sir Thomas' life?' with image of Sir Thomas Lipton on his sailing yacht and in other tea scenes, in Life magazine, 29 August 1938, USA

Lipton's Tea colour print ad 'But what was the real love of Sir Thomas' life?' with image of Sir Thomas Lipton on his sailing yacht and in other tea scenes, in Life magazine, 29 August 1938, USA

'Enjoy yourself - it's Salada tea time' print ad for Salada Tea-Bags depicts woman drinking cup of tea on teabag tag, & box of teabags, in Woman’s Day magazine, May 1955, USA

'Enjoy yourself - it's Salada tea time' print ad for Salada Tea-Bags depicts woman drinking cup of tea on teabag tag, & box of teabags, in Woman’s Day magazine, May 1955, USA

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