With the feature-length Downton Abbey film hitting theaters in just one short week (Sept. 20), there’s no better way to prepare than by dusting off those teacups and saucers that haven’t seen any action since the last episode of the series aired in December 2015 (has it really been that long?) and restocking your collection of English rose tea and orange marmalade jam. And now couldn’t be a better time to do just that: World Market has a new Downton Abbey collection available right now online and at its stores.
To honor the Downton Abbey movie, World Market has so many Downton Abbey-branded products, you could throw a party with ’em. Finger foods are covered, from organic scone mix set and vanilla-flavored Viennese whirls to jam sets in various flavors, like orange marmalade, blackcurrant and lemon curd.
Downton Abbey orange marmalade (set of 2), $9.98 at World Market
As far as drinks go, the collection has teas galore, including English rose tea and Christmas tea to The Republic of Tea, a classic earl grey black tea blend with bergamot, orange oil and vanilla.
The Republic Of Tea Downton Abbey Christmas tea, $12.99 at World Market
And you can’t have tea without teacups and saucers. The Downton Abbey collection includes a gold and white set of four teacups for about $36, a creamer and sugar bowl set for $19.99, a teapot for $19.99 and a four-pack of plates for $29.99.
White and gold Downton Abbey teapot, $19.99 at World Market
Not interested in tea? No problem; the collection has three types of wine: sauvignon blanc, sparkling rose and claret — all priced at $19.99 each. Keep in mind, though, these wines are only available in-store.
Downton Abbey claret, $19.99 at World Market
The Downton Abbey collection ranges in price from $4.99 to $35.96, and you can shop it right now on World Market’s website.
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