While the modern tea set originated in China, both the traditional Chinese sets used in the past and the contemporary Chinese tea set are quite different from contemporary Western sets.

There are several materials that may be used to make tea sets. Sets made of china or porcelain are particularly popular. They are often both exceedingly delicate and ornamental. The price of a tea set often increases with the quality of the china. Sterling silver sets are also pretty typical. A Sterling Silver tea set is hard to come by nowadays, and when one does, it costs a lot of money to purchase. Typically, a silver-plated tea set is what is sold. If you want to purchase a silver tea set, be careful to consider if the set is made entirely of sterling silver or whether it is only silver-plated. Therefore, you should pay less for the silver-plated set.

Sizes of sets vary. Although while a smaller set may only include two cups, larger sets often have six or even more, making it possible to entertain several guests at once.

Cups, saucers, a teapot, a tiny milk pitcher, and a small sugar dish with a cover are often included in sets. Generally, the set does not come with teaspoons or any additional utensils, although on occasion, tongs for serving sugar will be included. Often, sets include a tray. A sterling silver set varies from a china set in that the teapot, sugar bowl, and milk pitcher are often the only items included in a sterling silver set instead of cups.

Although while having a china tea set is by no means necessary, they look beautiful in any home’s kitchen or living room and are ideal to use when entertaining guests, particularly in a more formal environment. If the word “drawing room” is unfamiliar to you, it refers to a space in a home that is reserved only for hosting visitors. Nowadays, the only rooms found in most houses are the kitchen, dining room, and living room. Older homes or more costly apartments may also contain a drawing room that serves as a formal dining room or is just a parlor-style space intended for entertaining visitors but not for daily usage. In this kind of occasion, putting out your nice dinnerware enhances the ambience.

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