When you are in need of a gift for someone special, perhaps even yourself, please remember our lovely museum gift shop.
New tea time accouterments arrive frequently; if you are a tea lover you will enjoy our assortment of tea pots for everyday and every occasion. Plus we always have serving pieces, cups and saucers, drip collars, cake plates, tea bag holders ~ everything for the tea table, whether it’s tea for one or for an afternoon’s tea party.
The museum’s signature blend Miss Eloise’s Afternoon Tea is packaged loose and in bags for your preference. This is a delightful blend of black tea and jasmine, wonderful for any time of the day.
New for the fall: An exquisite array of table runners and table adornments are on the way. Think squirrels, leaves, acorns and pine cones and you will find them on place card holders, teapots and candles.
Please note that in October, most everything tea related in the gift shop will be on sale!
Our newest book title is Southern Teatime Pleasures, Simple Ideas and Recipes by Alda Ellis and features suggestions for special occasion teas (friendship, mother’s day, graduation, baby shower, birthday, wedding and Christmas) and menus, complemented by gorgeous photography.
We are delighted to have fashionable necklaces and bracelets handcrafted by one of the museum’s friends and volunteers , Lynn Hembree. Lynn will also have her jewelry at November’s Christmas Mart.
In addition to our usual selection of stunning stationery, we also now have beautiful frameable photography note cards created by another one of our volunteers, Tonya Jones. She has created cards from the interior and exterior of the museum as well as lovely landscapes featuring flowers and the ocean.
You are welcome to shop with us anytime that the museum is open for tours; simply ring our door bell and ask to visit The Shop.
For your convenience we are happy to accept checks and credit cards.
We thank you for your purchases which support our programming at the Hunter House Victorian Museum.
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