"To tea, or not to tea, that is the question."
Around here, it's always tea time.
Float down the rabbit hole with this delightful tea mug featuring the artwork of 'Anise in Wonderland'.
Enjoy your 'Man of La ManChai' in a cup that's durable enough for any great adventure.View full product details
This mug features the greatest, British authors of all time.William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens and Jane Austen have gathered for tea and you're invited.View full product details
Decorate your tea station, private library, kitchen or book nook with our beautiful, vintage-inspired containers. Or fill them with your own, exciting blends inspired by literature.
Important: Specify in the Order Notes which titles you'd like.
Choose from the following tins:
Tins are empty and for decorative purposes only.View full product details
15 heavy-paper bookmarks, five from each novel.
Spice up your library with Novelteas Bookmarks. Normally only available in our tea tins, you can now enjoy our punny and literature inspired artwork in all your books.
You will also receive a free bookmark with the purchase of any of the below tea tins. Each tin comes with one bookmark.
Bookmark Size: 2 X 6 inchesView full product details
$ 6.00 $ 9.00
Bookplates (aka Ex Libris) allows you to tag your collection with a classic touch usually reserved for private libraries. This vintage inspired bookplate features a tea cup, pot, and a small nod to our original Noveltea Tin library. Could also double as a gift label.
Printed on self-adhesive paper with peel-off backing for easy application.
"Please, sir, I want some more."
"It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a reader in possession of a good book must be in want of a tea."
You don't need an income exceeding £10,000 a year to decorate your book nook with the handsome features of Fitzwilliam Darcy. The proprietor of Pemberley and protagonist of Pride and Prejudice will not refuse to appear on your wall, nor make demeaning remarks while within your earshot. Indeed, he will do his best to display a proper gentlemanlike manner.
Tea was not yet introduced in England during Shakespeare's time, but if it was, we're sure he'd enjoy a cup of matcha.
Fly away to Neverland and bring home this tea set print for your book nook or tea station.View full product details
Chasing giants requires ample amounts of tea.