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Enjoy unwinding with a nice warm cup of tea after a long day? This Fox Run Teapot has a 55 ounce capacity, large enough to brew 10 teacups worth. Constructed of beautiful white Earthenware, this pot has the look of a traditional "Brown Betty" style teapot designed by Peter Sadler. It's elliptically shaped and has a hand-applied glaze which gives the teapot a glossy appearance. Features a stay cool handle, easy pour spout, and a D-shape opening for better lid retention while pouring. Serve tea in style with this functional, no-drip teapot.
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Our PlissT collection is distinguished by the pleated design on plate rims and dish exteriors. The collection complements the Pillivuyt Sancerre Collection by having the same overall form. Like all Pillivuyt porcelain, PlissT is robust for everyday use and perfect for stylish entertaining. The strong and durable dinnerware is stackable for easy storage and display. The pure white, diamond-hard glaze is embedded throughout each piece rather than applied only to the surface. It will never lose its luster, discolor, craze, chip, or crack. PlissT can go from freezer to oven (or microwave) to table to dishwasher.
Oxford Ceramic Teapot 24 oz. capacity Mesh stainless steel infuser Clean, modern design with stainless steel lid Plenty of room for large leaf tea to expand, enabling maximum flavor extraction
Hope Like Ash Like Memory. There were rules to the Spirit World, Jet learned quickly, and the first one was, humans didn't belong. He had been breaking rules and going places he didn't belong since the day his mama squeezed him out. He had his own rule, don't get caught. The second rule to the Spirit World was that time didn't matter. Back home, in the world with the forest and the freedom fighters, the war and the Fire Nation, Ba Sing Se, and the Dai Li, Jet used to think time didn't matter much either. Days blended together in the forest and the lower ring. Children were children when they could be and adults when they had to be, and it had nothing to do with the passage of days. He had still planned his raids to the Fire Army's patrol schedule, and stocked up on food for the fall and winter. In the Spirit World, time oozed to and fro, doubling back on itself like the tunnels underneath Lake Laogai, and the paths the Dai Li had carved in his mind. The sun rose and set when it wanted to. Sometimes it gave them a week of days that lasted only an hour, only to plunge them into a month long night. Sometimes spring would follow fall, and sometimes winter and summer would hold sway together, so that the blazing hot sun brought forth sprays of fragrant tropical flowers amid flurries of snow. Hunger no longer gnawed at his belly, and sleep never dragged at his eyelids. He ate when he felt like it and never was full. He slept when he found somewhere safe, and never woke up any more rested than he did when he lay down. The rhythm of the sun and seasons, the rhythm of his own body, the rhythm of other people's lives, was gone. He wandered, most of the time, his feet carrying him over mountains and under oceans, through swamps and forests, past the dens of every spirit he had never known about or ever wanted to. He wandered into a library once, and wandered out of it as... He wandered onto the shores of a lake, where when he looked into the water, he could see the Avatar standing with the scared Fire kid from Ba Sing Se, the Firelord's crown in his hair. He wandered like his feet were on fire, because it felt as if they were. They itched when he stopped moving, and burned when he lay down to sleep, and there was nowhere in the whole wide Spirit World for him to call his own. He found a beat up old teapot on a barren plain surrounded by rocky crags. It had come from the physical world, from the human world, and he could feel in it the work of human hands. The years in the Spirit World (centuries. ) had left Jet feeling so hollow, so numb, so insubstantial, that it was as if there was no Jet there to be feeling anything at all. And in the Spirit World, where nothing ever changed, where Jet couldn't grow, or age, or be anything but the boy he had died as, being Jet was all he had. But the teapot was real. When Jet held it, his hands were real around it. So he carried it with him, rubbing his thumb against its bent wooden handle, or cradling it against his chest. It was real, and even more, it shouldn't be there, any more than Jet should be there, and things like that, Jet always thought, should stick together. He had been curled around it like a dragon with an egg as he had napped, and now, the space his body had made for it was empty. He was on his feet before he had even made the decision to rise. A figure squatted next to the fire, and Jet's hands itched for his hook swords, still lying under a lake, a plane of existence away. The figure looked up and smiled at Jet, and took Jet's teapot off the fire. "You," Jet hissed with rage. "Me," said Old Man Mushi mildly. "I noticed you had a teapot. I hope you don't mind me borrowing it. I thought I would make some tea so you could have some when you woke up. ". "You know what. " Jet's mouth stretched open in a nasty grin. Now, are you going to crawl back to whatever hole you came from, or am I. ". He stopped. Mushi was just smiling at him, and when Jet stopped talking, Old Man Mushi picked up a tea cup and poured it full of tea. He held it out to Jet. Jet took it automatically, and brought it to his face to inhale the sweet steam rising from the. Source: attackfish
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