|Victorian Tea Lady of Providence|
As the Victorian Tea lady of Providence, my mission is to keep history alive and the dyeing art of "taking of tea" to socialize.
It is the keeping of this old traditions and cultures that will preserve our civilization.
In order to keep this tradition alive, we must teach it to our children. I find this is a must.
Teaching etiquette at Hearthside House
As I teach the etiquette of taking tea and the proper manners while in public to our youth, it will bring about order back to our lives. They are our future.
RI Black Heritage Society Tea 2013
Teaching the ladies how to introduce themselves
RI Black Heritage Annual Girls Tea 2014
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|The Modern Day Victorian Lady |
They call me a Modern Day Victorian Lady because of my passion for the Victorian and Edwardian Era. I have had this passion ever since I was a little girl.
The fashion of these eras were so fascinating to me. I began to research the life of the women of that era.I, now enjoy dressing up and attending functions to get a chance to feel as that women of old. It is a wonderful feeling. When you dress in this era, you truly step back in time,.
Lady Estelle at Hearhside
Lady Estelle wearing a 1880's Victorian Gown
|My Tea Corner|
My Tea Corner is in the heart of Providence. It is a lovely tea corner in my home, where I enjoy hosting tea parties for my friends and family.
Having afternoon tea, I find it a way to relax from the daily hustle and bustle of the 21st century.
With it's Victorian charm you can relax and enjoy a true step back in time.
Valentines Tea 2012
Time for afternoon tea!
My favorite tea pot and cup
Welcome to my new Tea Salon that I just openen in October 2016. The Grand Opening was a huge success.
Lady Estelle giving tea samples at grand opening.
210 Ledge Street
Providence, RI 02904
| Come take a tour of the tea salon|
| VICTORIAN TEA LADY OF PROVIDENCE|