Saturday April 24 – Tea & Tour + Sale


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Tea & Tour + Sale at Bellmere Rescheduled for
April 23-24, 2021

Join the North Georgia Council of Flower Show Judges for three special events with the purchase of one ticket. Your ticket includes:

  • Tour of Bellmere, the Georgian style home of Jim and Deen Day Sanders.
  • An elegant tea in the Bellmere Garden House.
  • An opportunity to purchase Deen Day Sanders’ floral design collection of modern pottery containers, driftwood sculptures, and table setting wares.

You have all this and more in Tea & Tour + Sale on Friday-Saturday, April 23-24, from 10 am to 4 pm at Bellmere in Johns Creek, Georgia. This ticket purchase is for the Saturday April 24th event. Deadline for ticket purchases is April 3rd. Questions: call or email Susan Turner at 404-502-8147, or Anna Burns at 678-603-3314.


10777 Bell Road, Johns Creek, GA 30097

Bellmere sits on 100 acres in North Fulton County. Architect Jack Wilson, Moultrie, Georgia, designed the home. Completed in 1985, the house has around 12,000 square feet and is surrounded by grounds landscaped by Gibbs Landscape Company. The tour is the final time Deen Day Sanders’ collection of Flora Danica porcelain is seen housed in a home setting. The collection moves to the Center for Art and Nature – Porcelain and Decorative Arts Museum currently under construction in Athens at the State Botanical Garden. The Garden House, where tea will be served, is adjacent to Bellmere. Guests can choose to be served an elegant tea with scones, finger sandwiches and sweets either 10am-12pm or 2-4pm. The sale of modern pottery containers, driftwood sculptures, and table setting wares will be held in three locations around the property.  It includes items from Deen’s presentations in 22 states as a National Garden Clubs Master Flower Show Judge and co-author of Table Settings for All Seasons. Deen has worked in garden clubs for over 50 years. Deen Day Sanders is Chairman of the Board of Cecil B. Day Investment Company. She was the first woman appointed by a Georgia Governor to the Board of Industry, Trade and Tourism, elected chairman for two terms by the all male board. She served on the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Symphony, the Atlanta Ballet, the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Chairman 1986, The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, Fine Arts Board of Georgia Governor’s Mansion, Carter Presidential Center Steering Committee and the City of Atlanta International Arts and Cultural Exchange. She is a past President of the Garden Club of Georgia (1987-1989) and National Garden Clubs (1999-2001).