❤ WELCOME TO OUR APRIL 2012 NEWSLETTER ❤
Our vintage china has been leaving our shelves like 'hot cakes' during March and we are currently working to replenish our stocks. This month we will have more milk jugs and sugar bowl, teapots and trios, 3 tier vintage cake stands and mismatched tea sets for you to choose from. Visit our New in Stock category to view more beautiful china. Regular visitors remember to refresh the page in order to see the full range.
Today we launch our competition to win a Fortnum & Mason Commemorative Jubilee Tea Caddy containing a special blend of tea plus a vintage china teacup, saucer and tea plate trio.
We have numbered 5 tea caddies from 1 to 5 and placed them in 5 of our categories. To enter our competition tell us which category each tea caddy is in together with the number on the tea caddy.
e.g. No.1 Made in the UK.
Use our Contact Us page to write your answers and submit your entry.
One lucky winner will be drawn at random from all qualifying answers.
No purchase is necessary and no cash alternative is available. The vintage china teacup trio will be selected by us from our first quality china stock. Cake Stand Heaven reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time.
Good Luck ♣
A selection of our vintage china teacup trios.
PiP Studio Plates New 3 Tier Cake Stands
We now have 11 variations of the PiP Studio Plates Cake Stands in stock for lovers of PiP mix and match porcelain. Our latest new arrivals are Chintz & Floral Heart and Khaki.
Chintz Heart 3 Tier PiP Cake Stand
Khaki 3 Tier PiP Cake Stand
A mushroom coloured plate with multicolour decoration.
These pretty cake stands make ideal gifts when packaged in one of our keepsake gift boxes. If you would like a different arrangement please contact us with your request.
March was a very special month for Cake Stand Heaven when our vintage china cake stands were used by the contestants on Masterchef.
Celebrity 'Comedy Legends' of the 1970's were treated to a traditional afternoon tea party in The Parlour at Sketch Restaurant. Our cake stands were loaded with sweet and savory delights, created by the final four amateur cooks, and served to Bill Oddie, Wendy Craig and Tim Brooke-Taylor amongst others . I wonder if they noticed the china under all those cakes?
We would love to hear from anyone visiting the Manx National Heritage Museum who might take a cup of tea and a slice of cake served on a selection of our vintage china. Send us your stories and we will send you a Minton 'Hardwick' 11cm open butter dish.