4. This teeny-tiny porcelain teacup necklace or ring.
Plenty of options here.
11. A Russian silver tea holder and table glass.
This was the most common type of tea glass in Russia until the late 1970s, due to the fact that the faceted glass is more durable and the holder is beautifully decorated and insulates the tea. They’re still popular today on Russian railways because they provide a safer method of tea-drinking in motion, and can be purchased as souvenirs.
21. A mug that tells jokes.
Although tea alone is enough to put a smile on your face. Buy here.
26. A mug that proves magic is real.
When hot water is poured in, nothing remains of the Cheshire cat except his grin, and Doctor Who’s time machine magically reappears in a far away galaxy (on the other side of the mug). Revel in wonder here.