Celebrate twenty years of the calendar that brings the delightful ritual of afternoon tea to every month with a vintage tea set and a spread of treats. Celebrate Halloween with a gothic 19th-century tea service inspired by Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Enjoy a rose-bedecked teapot that Empress Josephine, the first wife of Napoleon Bonaparte, surely would have treasured. Accompanying the photographs are enticing tidbits of history and lore by Annabel Freyberg, writer for The World of Interiors. It’s a lovely tribute to teatime and the beautifully decorated teapots that are at its heart.