Well, yes I have 3 out of 4 [probably a sign of my age]
I like to make my tea in a pot.
I pour some of the milk from the 6 pint plastic bottle into a jug [I reckon the remainder will keep fresher in the fridge]
I keep my butter in a covered butter dish in a shady part of the kitchen - on top of the breadbin. It keeps well there and is usually soft enough to spread.
But no, I do not have a dripping pot. Maybe I should re-instate this one. I concluded that the first two items are part of a trio - teapot and milkjug really need a teatray. I have four which are in constant use.
The biggest is my brown M&S tray - wedding present 1979. [I have two of these] It will comfortably hold two dinner plates, two dessert bowls, two glasses, and cutlery. i can prepare a meal for the two of us in the kitchen and carry it to wherever we are eating - dining table, garden... It will also carry a dozen coffee mugs, plus milk, sugar and biscuits, if we have a crowd of people round for a meeting. And it's useful if I have a lot of vegetable dishes to carry through for a formal meal in the dining room.
Next size down is my red reindeer tray. This holds all I need for Sunday tea in front of Songs of Praise on TV [teapot, milk jug, cups, plates, and a couple of plates of sandwiches and cakes - and two napkins to keep Bob's suit and my dress clean]
Then comes my long thin melamine tray. Elevenses, or an afternoon break - teapot or cafetiere, mugs, milk jug, and a couple of biscuits - exactly the right size for these.
Finally, smallest of all, my IKEA horse tray [much loved, and very faded now] This is mostly used first thing and last thing - only big enough for two mugs of early morning tea or late night drinking chocolate
Is it just the older generation who use tea-trays? I am much less likely to spill the tea if balancing two mugs on a tray rather than one in each hand. I suppose Marie Kondo would suggest I downsize and only keep one tray -but which one? They all have their special purpose.