Tea pots ceramic

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Excited to share the latest addition to my #etsy shop: Daisy White Ceramic Teapot, Handmade Tea Brewing Kettle Ceramic Dishes, Pottery Teapots, Pottery Art, Pottery Designs, Handmade Pottery, Pottery Crafts, Ceramics Ideas Pottery, Ceramic Teapots, Ceramic Flowers

This 500 ml daisy teapot is a handmade tea brewing kettle with a daisy-pressed motif and yellow dots. It is perfect for brewing all kinds of teas, serves two. I make dripless spouts and it stands for a pleasurable serving and a spotless table! Also, it is a nice match for the white kitchen and dining room. Would make a great gift for tea and a daisy motif lover. Teacups - https://www.etsy.com/DaisyTableware/listing/886673705/, Cups - https://www.etsy.com/DaisyTableware/listing/932925759…

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This is a post I am re-posting from last year. My lavender is blooming and this sweet pottery has been a favorite find of mine. I have received many hits on this post. The artist, Deb Mores, that created the pottery found my post and has left a comment. This pottery now is on my kitchen cabinets and I love to stop and admire it. It is such a cute tea set. This post last posted on 8/30/10. I am usually not very lucky at Goodwill. I really don't bother going because I never find anything, but…

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Chinese glazed porcelain blue turquoise teapot in the shape of the longevity peach. Kangxi period 1662 - 1722 Wonderful teapots ..... but can they make a cuppa ? I have been trying to fathom for ages what makes ceramicists succumb to quirky fits of madcap creativity and bold innovation when they become immersed in the creation of a teapot. Ever since Sheng Nun sipped his first cup of tea and extolled its virtues, the Chinese have held the beverage in high esteem and produced very refined…

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