Disney100 Princess Tea Sets Embrace Delicate Disney Side
As the Disney100 celebration continues worldwide, an intricate set of teacups and saucers debuted at Crystal Arts by Arribas Brothers, a favorite collectibles shop at Disney Springs. The line features a range of classic Disney princesses and adds to the already darling Disney100 collection at the store.
On each teacup, one of five Disney princesses feature. A watercolor-painted image of the princess is embedded inside each classically designed vessel. On the outside of each cup, symbols representative of each Disney royal dot the upper edge of the designs in a regal gold.
On Snow White’s teacup, woodland creatures stand out alongside a fanciful crown, flowers, and of course, a poison apple with a bite missing.
The same crown appears in the other designs to unite the collection. On Jasmine’s teacup, the woodland creatures are replaced with the Genie’s silhoutte. His lamp sits in the whispy designs behind Jasmine inside of the cup as well.
Inside each cup, an artfully added “100” can also be found carefully painted into the princess painting. Each cup also comes with a coordinating saucer that uses matching iconography with the magical castle of each princess set in gold as a focal point.
Each teacup and saucer retails for $149. To complete the set of five (Ariel, Jasmine, Belle, Snow White, and Cinderella), one would spend $745.
Beyond Princesses in New Disney100 Collection
At Crystal Arts, we also again spotted a commemorative plate that features a classic Mickey and Minnie Mouse cartoon. At $99, the throwback plate captures the spirit of the Walt Disney Company’s 100th anniversary and plays with a classic china pattern on its outside (that even surprises with Hidden Mickeys in its design).
Making a darling heart with their hands, Mickey and Minnie Mouse pose for a romantic moment on a new statue that we spotted just last week as well. The “100 Years of Wonder” slogan dots the bottom of the statue with a cast of characters on each side. The scene ties the figurine with the large “100” placed on the back of the base.
For a look back at other pieces of the collection, check out our MickeyBlog coverage over the past couple of weeks.