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Featuring warm, vibrant colors and an intricate tapestry of dazzling floral designs, this ceramic teapot is both stylish and practical and a wonderful addition to any kitchen. To clean, please hand wash only!
Gracie China's Porcelain Collections, by Coastline Imports are lovely porcelain sure to complement the kitchen, table and living room. Our porcelain teaware is great for tea parties and kids parties too. This collection is dishwasher safe but we don't recommend the microwave.
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652383744066 Features: -Color: Blue -Material: China -Pattern: Floral. Dimensions: -Overall Height - Top to Bottom:7 -Overall Width - Side to Side:9.5 -Overall Product Weight:2.8
GDT1344: Features: -Comes in a beautiful decorative gift box. Product Type: -Shaped ornament. Theme: -Floral. Color: -Multi-color. Primary Material: -Plastic. Attachment Type: -Hanging ornament. Holiday Theme: -Yes. Seasonal Theme: -Yes. Holiday: -Christmas. Season: -Winter. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -2.75. Overall Width - Side to Side: -1.75. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -1.25. Overall Product Weight: -5 lbs.
[Editor’s note: All week we will be posting the finalists for our first D*S Essay contest. Voting will begin on Friday after all finalists have been notified and posted. Thank you so much to everyone who entered this year’s contest. Home Is Where the Hum Is. My upstairs apartment neighbor vacuums only at sunrise. I sometimes wake to the soft hum passing across the floor over my head. I’m not sure who she is, nor even that she’s female, but I envision her with tired hands like leather laced with wrinkles, wearing a sweet and sleepy sort of smile. Behind my shut eyes, I see her shuffling in the same slippers she’s kept for years, embroidered with tiny roses across the toes, as she tangles the thick cord of the vacuum around her ankles. If it’s not the vacuum, it’s the shower, and I hear the water rushing gently through the pipes in the walls. I imagine those slippers waiting just outside her bathroom door, still warm, and her teapot steaming on the stove. I stand slowly from my twin-sized bed and draw up my sheets, tucking them into the sides of the mattress and fluffing my pillows, while above me, there’s that gentle purr of solidarity in the shared ritual of a fresh start. I make my breakfast to the shrill of the next-door toddler’s tantrums. I flip my eggs while she flips furniture, sending board games and books flying helter-skelter into the walls. She stomps, and the floors shake, and the butter bubbles frothier around the edges of my pan. By the time I’m sitting at my Ikea dining table, sipping coffee, her mom or dad has managed to wrangle her unwillingly out the door. I do my novice yoga routine in my kitchen-cum-living room with the window wide open, listening to a distant jackhammer (somewhere, someone is always constructing something) and a mob of kids entering the school across the street. They sob their goodbyes to their mothers and squeal their hellos to each other as I rest in my own Child’s Pose on my hardwood floor. In the summer, the children peter out of their apartments more slowly, meeting instead at the small park down the block where they intertwine arms and legs on the jungle gym, shoot water guns, and dangle from swings whose rusted cadence I can hear... As I leave for work or the grocery store or the gym, I typically cross paths with one of the many middle-aged women who share my building. They stand outside each other’s doors in sockfeet, exchanging Spanish secrets I can’t understand, or huff slowly up and down the stairs, lugging bagfuls of groceries. Their husbands are presumably at work or perhaps simply less inclined to show their fatigued faces. Oftentimes, I encounter the same older woman who lives down the hall. She wears simple glasses and a nightgown that drapes casually across wide hips and soft elbows. You can tell that she carefully combs her short bob of coarse gray hair, squinting into her mirror and leaning her body up against the sink. Next to her is her beagle named Bella whose drooping belly grazes the cold tile. They hobble out the door together, smiling and panting in sync with one another. She once explained to me that she has lived in this apartment for 52 years – she and her husband moved in just after their wedding and raised two sons here together. The boys are grown and gone, and her husband died two years ago. ” She padded clunkily down the steps behind me, gripping the railing, with Bella trailing slowly after her, bound for the corner bodega for a coffee and a fresh tomato. Another time, she was in a blue floral-printed dress, swathed in the smell of perfume. “Aww, fuck,” she said, locking eyes with me as she turned back towards her door. “This restaurant I’m going to, they always keep it cold. ” “I know how that is,” I told her, recovering from the shock of that unexpected swear word from her gentle mouth just in time to add, “Have fun. At night, I eat most dinners on my fire escape, with my bare toes on the metal and my glass of cheap wine perched perilously on the concrete sill. On the sidewalk below me, packs of middle-aged men play impassioned games of dominoes. Their wives watch, hair wrapped in curlers from the salons down the street, manicures still wet. Teenage boys in sagging shorts bet on coin flips, smoking cigarettes, and the children dip and dodge and dive through the throng after bouncing basketballs. Source: Design*Sponge
The bowl D. H. calls a "cold cocoa bowl" is more often called a "slop bowl" because it was meant to hold the debris from the teapot (occasionally, I have seen them used to hold whipped cream or even clotted cream). The set does appear to be unmarked
A small teapot was added to the veilleuse in the early 1800s. The teapot was heated by an oil lamp. •Picture, memorial, flowers, human hair, deep shadow box, oval, applied floral rim design, circa 1880, 131/2-by-12 inches, $150. •Trivet, hearth
A small teapot was added to the veilleuse in the early 1800s. The teapot was heated by an oil lamp. A three-part Gothic Revival veilleuse, made in about 1840, was auctioned in May 2015 for $1,476. It was decorated with hand-painted views of people
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pound cake, food coloring, frosting, food coloring
allspice, cinnamon chips, cloves, fenugreek seeds, orange zest, vegetable oil, vanilla bean
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calls a "cold cocoa bowl" is more often called a "slop bowl" because it was meant to hold the debris from the teapot (occasionally ... decorates these items as being "hops" flowers, but the flower of the hop plant looks like a green pine cone.
The teapot was heated by an oil lamp ... Picture, memorial, flowers, human hair, deep shadow box, oval, applied floral rim design, c. 1880, 131/2 x 12 inches, $150. Trivet, hearth, kettle stand, brass, pierced platform, spread-wing bird, turned wood ...
There will be teapot painting demonstrations by Raymond Terrace artist Florence Humphreys who is well-known for her native floral designs. Plus there will be tea, chocolate, gingerbread and honey tastings. For more details phone the gallery on 4933 1407 ...
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