Sunday, February 01, 2009

WELCOME TO AnTEAquity



At long last, the AnTEAquity blog is up and running. The first post is about Josiah Wedgwood and the famous pottery company bearing his name.

This has been such an exciting adventure for me to break into the world of antique dealing, if only on a small scale to begin with. I have spent several years of my life studying art history and antiquities so to apply that love with years of collecting tea-related items is simply a dream come true. I hope those of you who enjoy the postings here at the Tea Society will find AnTEAquity of some interest, and you just might find an item or two that you can't live without. Please stop by the blog and read the mini bio on Josiah Wedgwood.

The antiques and vintage tea ware featured at AnTEAquity will be available for purchase on March 1st through eBay so please check back, email me, or post a note if something strikes your fancy. I plan to feature different items weekly, with a bit of history thrown in for good measure, until the shop officially opens in March.

7 comments:

Barb said...

Congratulations on your new endeavor! Looking forward to seeing your antique finds on eBay.
Sending "pats" to Lizzie and Tara.

Kim said...

I love your new Anteaquity blog. The bio on Josiah Wedgwood was very interesting and I look forward to seeing all the wonderful tea items for sale on e-bay!

Kim

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Oh boy, I'm off to browse!!

Janeen said...

I hope your feeling better soon, I'm with you as I'm recovering from a bad cold too. Icko! Congratulations on your new venture, how exciting!

Mmm said...

Ooh, I'm excited to see it. I'm sure it will be just as beautiful as yours is here.

Thank you for you kind words on my blog btw. they really touch me. thank you.

Lavinia said...

Congratulations and best of luck, I think you'll have a lot of fun with this. Something you are quite knowledgable about. By the way, a family member of mine may be coming to Kentucky in March. I need to look up what the weather is like there at that time of year. I imagine you are still in the thick of winter?

steviewren said...

I'm on my way to check it out. Selling and sharing your love of antiques sounds like a perfect combination. Good luck!