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Theme Thursday - History

With our summer conventions behind us, we’re now gearing up for our last ever Connecticut Renaissance Faire. With that in mind, I thought this week I’d spotlight some of our patches inspired by history. 325 more words

New Item - Tudor Rose Messenger Bag

In 1485, Henry Tudor defeated King Richard III in battle, thus ending the War of the Roses. As King Henry VII, he married Elizabeth of York, and symbolically combined the red rose of Lancaster and the white rose of York into one sigil — the Tudor Rose. 63 more words

Variations on a Theme - Let's get Medieval!

The Robin Hood Springtime Festival opens in just two days, you guys! In celebration, our theme for this Thursday will be a medieval one.

Lion Rampant Patch… 319 more words

The eves of eves...

New Year’s Eve eve…sometimes the eves of eves are as good as the actual eves, don’t you think?

I joined my mother and sister-in-law for tea at our favorite local English teahouse. 153 more words

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Tudor Rose Tea Rooms

GRACE ♥♥♥♥♥

In a backstreet on Plymouth’s cosmopolitan old Barbican area near the harbour, this tea room loiters awaiting your attention. Nicely decked out inside, with a modest rear garden, it’s a pleasant little place to seek out. 165 more words

Cream Tea