Antique Victorian Tea Its cultivation and Preparation Engraving Print Framed

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Antique Victorian Tea Its cultivation and Preparation Engraving Print Framed

The engraving is Circa 1865

Drawn by J. L. Williams

engraved by Thus Brown

showing the various stages of making tea in China and Ceylon


Preparing the Ground for seed.

Preparing the Ground and Sowing the Seed.

Irrigating the Plants During Growth.

Women Gathering First Crop of Leaves

Process in Manufacturing Small Twisted Tea

First Process of Drying the Leaves by Exposure to the Air.

Collies Assam

New Station, Rosekandy, Coolie Lines Assam.

Completion of the Drying Progress in Shallow Heated Pans

There is damage to the frame - as shown in the photos.

 There is a folding mark in the middle of the print. There is age related wear on the print, stains - foxing.

It is approximately 36.7 cm x 28.6 cm ( 14.4" x 11.3")

internal ref: WCC2711

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