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This beautiful teapot comes from a collaboration between two artisans: David Birch, pioneering ceramic designer and director of London Pottery Company, and Kaffe Fassett, a renowned textile artist whose lively, colorful designs have delighted admirers for decades. The result is a teapot that displays both artists’ expertise in clear detail, while bringing their disciplines together into a complete, unified piece. The teapot, with its gently geometric form, is a thing of beauty in itself. Add Fassett’s playful, folkloric pattern into the mix, and form and function become one: the sloping sides act as canvas for the vividly symmetrical motif. The collection includes six of Fassett’s unique designs. Each is combined with a subtle glaze, which has itself been carefully selected to complement and enhance the detail of the wrap-around textile-based pattern. The teapot features a built-in stainless steel filter with a fine mesh that provides exceptional brewing. The hinged lid and wide handle add ease and comfort, while Birch's perfected dripless spout make for the perfect pour. This 4-cup teapot makes an excellent Mother's Day gift, Christmas gift, housewarming gift or birthday gift.
Part of the Four Seasons series designed by Dean Griff. This teapot depicts springtime.
Ceramic artist Sarah Jaeger glazes a teapot. Sarah was featured in the Community episode of Craft in America, which premiered in May 2007 on PBS.
China, Yau Ma Tei K; Hong Kong, Ceramic Teapots On Display At Jade Market On Kansu And Battery Streets was reproduced on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 17.00 x 11.00 inches and the image size is 17.00 x 11.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing. Brand New and Rolled and ready for display or framing. Print Title: China, Yau Ma Tei K; Hong Kong, Ceramic Teapots On Display At Jade Market On Kansu And Battery Streets. Paper Size: 17.00 x 11.00 inches. Product Type: Photo Print, Artist: Ray Laskowitz / Design Pics.
This lovely koi tea pot in a traditional blue glaze is a beautiful room accent that will look fabulous in a wide variety of home decor styles. The small kettle is crafted from ceramic in the figure of a graceful fish, with a ceramic handle and lid. The blue glossy glazed finish shows off the textured details of fin, tail and scales perfectly. The blue koi symbolizes peace, calmness and tranquility, making it the perfect sculpture for a meditation room or even an office where you need that kind of reminder on a stressful day. Note that this artistic piece is meant as decoration only, and not to be used for food or beverage. For residents of California - California Proposition 65 Warning: This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and/or other reproductive harm. This notice is being provided in accordance with California's Proposition 65. Read more about Prop 65 on the State of California Prop 65 website.
A teapot is the vessel used to infuse tea leaves in hot water and consists of a pouring spout (which can have a built-in strainer), a handle, a lid sometimes with a small hole to alleviate pressure when pouring, and the main vessel, usually... They can be made of glass (enabling you to see flowering teas blossom and regular tea brewing) , ceramic, metal or silver. Thanks again for the intellectual stimulation Rafe. With a woolly mammoth carcass like the U. N. still holding much of our planet in thrall, how is it that we still hold the title of the most intelligent animals on this rock. Thanks Rafe. Nice to see a couple of my teapots on that page. First knitting I ever did as a child was a tea cosy. Adult colouring books – saw one the other day. My daughter, who has a very busy and stressful job, colours in after dinner. My tea cosies look pretty plain compared to the lot you’ve linked to. But I have quite a few to match my various moods and dinner sets. I’m not quite sure how hubby would react to some of those creations showing up on our breakfast table – bit too much first thing in the morning. With pots of cosied tea and colouring books, it’s turned into quite a therapeutic round-up. I’ve bookmarked the cat colouring book for future therapy. Calli, my first knitting as a child was scarves for my long-suffering cats. My first tea cosy was a bright aqua one for my sister when I was eleven. More recently, I’ve knitted this pattern a few times for gifts. Scone recipe:. Heat oven to 200c with baking tray. Put 1 cup sultanas in a bowl of water. Combine 3 cups SR flour with 1 cup full cream and 1 cup plain lemonade. Mix gently for a few seconds. Strain the sultanas well and gently work into the mix. Don’t over work it. Tip mixture onto floured bench and gently fold a few times to form a flat mound about 5 cm thick. Using a plain round cookie cutter (~6. 5 cm dia. ) cut into scones and arrange on the heated tray lined with baking paper so that the scones are touching each other (ie no gaps). Wet tops of scone with full cream milk using a basting brush. Place in oven until tops of scones are golden (about 23 mins). Remove scone tray and quickly cut into individual scones and place in a deep bowl lined with a fresh tea towel, sealing them in by folding the towel over. Eat warm with whipped cream and jam and tea, of course. Source: Catallaxy Files
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