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Old Dutch Cast Iron Sapporo Teapot, 20-Ounce, Black by Old Dutch

  • Rinse out with warm water and hand dry
  • The heat-retaining properties of cast iron allow our tetsubin...
  • The porcelain enamel interiors keep the taste of the tea pure and...



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Unity cast iron "Sapporo" teapot matte black finish. an elegant, distinctly shaped cast iron tetsubin teapot named after the beautiful and ancient city of Sapporo, japan. inspired by highly prized antique Japanese cast iron teapots still in use today. features a black porcelain enamel interior coating that helps prevent rust includes a stainless steel tea brewing basket for ease of preparation for brewing and serving tea. not intended for stovetop use. 20-ounce capacity. hand wash.

Mr. Coffee Flintshire Stainless Steel Whistling Tea Kettle, 1.75-Quart, Silver by Mr. Coffee

  • Whistling teakettle alerts when water is boiling
  • Solid stainless steel constructed teakettle
  • Flip-up spout cover for safe and easy pouring and a stay cool...



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Gibson is a third generation company, initiated by our grandfather. Then our father Nejat Gabbay, established Gibson Overseas in the United States. Through his keen vision our foundation has been built on solid and genuine business principles. Gibson's goal is to be of service to you. We welcome you to explore the products we have to offer and look forward to being granted this opportunity by you. Gibson products are designed and developed in California with a commitment to style and value that's made us a necessary resource for retailers worldwide. Our time tested relationships and decades of expertise in Asia's manufacturing sector guarantees results no other company can provide.

I'm a little teapot death metal style - Soul Confinement

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Kingston Brass Teapot Lavatory Faucet ABS/Brass Pop Up by (dba Shopping)

*California customers only: will receive CEC Compliant bathroom sink faucet/ 1.2 GPM Flow Rate shipped direct from the Kingston Brass warehouse. Double Handle 4 Centerset Lavatory Faucet with American Cross Handles and Drain Assembly from the Restoration Collection Kingston Brass primary mission is to become the leading provider of cost effective, high quality products in the plumbing community. Their focus has made them grow by leaps and bounds in just a few years by identifying the key problems in manufacturing today and solving them. Kingston Brass produces high quality products ranging from kitchen, bath, and lavatory faucets to accessories such as diverters, towel bars, robe hooks, supply lines, and miscellaneous parts. With the low price, amazing stock times and quality products, you can rest assured that when you order a Kingston Brass product you will love every part of the experience, and it will last for generations to come. Features: Coordinates well with Contemporary / Modern theme 1/4 turn valves Washerless cartridge 1/2 IPS inlets Includes drain assembly Constructed from solid brass for durability and reliability Finished with a premium color to resist tarnishing and corrosion Faucet holes: 2 Handle style: Metal Cross Number of handles: 2 Drain assembly included: Yes Specifications: Height: 2.875 Width: 6.875 Spout reach: 4.5 Spout height: 1.375


Metal Alloy Charms, Lead Free and Cadmium Free, Teapot, Antique Silver, 13x12x4mm, hole: 2mm, Nickel Free by PandaHall

Metal Alloy Charms, Lead Free and Cadmium Free, Teapot, Antique Silver Size: about 13mm long, 12mm wide, 4mm thick, hole: 2mm Alloy Charms have precious metal look at affordable price. Exquisite craft and lovely designs, use it as necklaces, bracelets or earring components.


The Wizard and the Trees

From the first day his family arrived at their new village, Jack knew that a wizard lived in the big dark house on the other side of the square. For one thing, tight ranks of enormous trees grew on all four sides of the place like some kind of living fence, pierced only by a single wrought-iron gate with a lightening bolt marked in the middle. For another thing, Jack had actually seen the man on that very first night, slipping out of the gate just as darkness fell, wearing a hood that covered his face but not the long grey beard that fell from his chin. The man had been carrying some sort of rod with a metal tip, probably a wand or magic staff, but in the darkness, Jack hadn’t been able to make out the particulars. “Don’t be ridiculous,” said Jack’s father the next day as they set up the tools in the new blacksmith shop. “But his gate has a lightening bolt right on it,” Jack argued. “Did you see it. ”. “I did,” said his father. “It was a very fine gate, high quality materials and workmanship. Rich folk like fancy decorations of that sort, and if this neighbor is as rich as he seems, I expect he’ll be a regular customer, so see to it that you don’t say anything impertinent. “He’s just an old man, out for his evening walk,” said Jack’s mother when he tried the subject again with her after dinner. “But he had a hood and a wand and a beard longer than Opa’s. ” said Jack stubbornly. “Lots of old men have beards and most lean on staffs, too. And as for the hood, it’s getting chilly enough these nights, it’s about time you brought out your own winter cloak. Jack hated his winter cloak, made of a scratchy wool that itched his neck, so he quickly dropped the subject. He didn’t stop thinking of it, though, or keeping his eyes open for another glimpse of his new neighbor. Through constant vigilance, he was able to discover that the old man went out his gate each night at the exact moment the light disappeared from the sky. Jack tried several times to stay up late enough to see the man return, but he always fell asleep without seeing a thing. It wasn’t until his father asked him to come into the blacksmith shop early one day to help that Jack finally saw why he had been missing the old man’s return. Jack’s mother had woken him up while it was still dark, and he was standing by his window splashing water on his sleepy face just as the sun peeked up over the horizon. Just then, he saw his neighbor, hood still drawn approach the lightening bolt gate. Something sparked from his hand and the gates opened. Jack’s jaw dropped and water dripped off his chin. Quickly he rubbed his eyes, and when he looked again, the old man disappeared behind the trees. The gate was closed again. He couldn’t help but mention it to his father later as he pumped the bellows for the roaring fire. “Like as not he was just out for a morning walk and not all night as your imagination is telling you,” said his father between blows of the enormous hammer onto the anvil in front of him. There’s no good goggling at every oddity you see, for you’ll find that life is full of them and it takes no magic to make it so. ”. Jack did focus on his work. He loved the smithy, with its roaring fire radiating heat and the sparks flying up from his father’s hammer. He wanted to be just like his father, to have strong arms and skilled hands. Jack already knew how to fashion simple things like nails. Still, he didn’t stop watching the wizard’s house closely. He worked hard but his mind wandered to that shadowed place across the street. He didn’t see any reason why he couldn’t do both. Jack started waking up early in the morning. From his bedroom window, he saw his neighbor return home each morning just as the sun came up. Always that little flash caused the gate to open, but Jack could never see what caused the little flash. Finally, one day he determined to get a closer look. Just before sunrise, Jack crept across the town square and found a convenient shrub to hide behind. Soon the old man came up the street, carrying his dark staff. He paused as he approached the lightening bolt gates and took a large silver key out of his robes. The sun peeked over the horizon just as he slipped the key into the lock. The light reflected off the silver, flaming out for just a second, and then the old man tucked the key away again. Source: Tell me a story, Mommy

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  • FESTIVAL REPORT: Kosmostage

    08/04/15 ,via The Quietus

    While his soprano saxophone is left untouched, he does perform off-beat solos on a battered metal teapot with a trumpet mouthpiece in its spout, and a traditional Brazilian cow horn. There's even a bit of Robert Wyatt-style hand trumpet, his hands

  • The Jesus & Mary Chain

    08/05/15 ,via Soundblab

    'Head On' puts the petal to the metal to kick this evening's entertainment up a few decibels on the “holy shit, am I really experiencing this? with different words, and I still leave the room to see that man about a horse when 'In A Hole' or

  • Modern art was inspired by Africa

    07/16/15 ,via HeraldNet

    Carl Hagenauer started his own Werkstatten (workshop) in 1898 to make bronzes and other metal wares. He was The company specialized in “Brown Betty”-style teapots in dark brown or black that are hand painted or have drippy or sponged decoration.


@sonni89 i didn't get either bc it was too early. i am however definitely getting one of those metal teapot-thingies on the way back 08/06/15, @moonatoms
Vintage Corning Ware Le The Pot 6 Cup Teapot Spice O Life Metal Lid P-104 08/06/15, @nereobellido
TEAPOT Metal MOROCCAN Chic TEA by IvoirePorcelaine on Etsy -#etsy #vintage- 08/06/15, @blackangel1946


  • Teapot Cake

    pound cake, food coloring, frosting, food coloring

  • Raisin Bar Sheet Cake

    baking powder, baking soda, water, brown sugar, cinnamon, eggs, flour, raisins, shortening


  • Food and Cooking in Victorian England

    Greenwood Publishing Group. 2007. ISBN: 0275987086,9780275987084. 201 pages.

    Provides a history of food and cooking in Victorian England, explaining how recipes reflected their writers' socioeconomic status, detailing the evolution of breakfast and lunch, and tracing the snob appeal of foods with French names.

  • First lessons in philosophy, or, The science of familiar things

    2015. 252 pages.

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  • Amazing 3D Printed Tea Pot Made From Tea — Salt Shaker 3D Printed in Salt – By Emerging Objects

    05/14/15 ,via

    The design, based on the famed Utah teapot (Newell teapot), is not 3D printed out of plastic, sandstone, or even metal. Instead it is 3D printed out of nothing but tea and sweetener. Not only is the Utah teapot the perfect design to 3D print for such a ...

  • Should China’s state-owned giants fear the teapot refineries?

    03/13/15 ,via

    The country’s small but resilient independent teapot refiners have long complained that restrictions on crude import rights have forced them to rely on alternative feedstocks — primarily imported straight-run fuel oil — and, as a result, hampered ...

  • Watch a squadron of bees build a giant teapot

    02/23/15 ,via CNet

    built a metal framework for the teapot and then worked with Dutch beekeeper Johan Beckers to get the industrious insects to fill it in with beeswax, according to a report in Inhabitat. The first attempt to get the sculpture to take shape didn't work ...

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