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Designed by noted British ceramicist, David Birch, the Globe teapot from London Pottery is a classic, traditionally shaped teapot. This glazed stoneware teapot features a familiar rounded body and curved handle and spout. A non-drip spout and stay-cool handle allow for smooth pouring of hot tea. Strainer holes are built into the spout to keep teabags inside. The Globe teapot is available in three sizes: Small (2 Cup, 18 ounce capacity, Medium (6 cup, 40 ounce capacity) and Large (8 cup, 66 ounce capacity). All sizes are available for sale on Amazon.com in a variety of colors to compliment any kitchen. This teapot is not intended for use directly on the stovetop.
Art In History's replica allows all ages 7+ to explore The American Revolution & The Boston Tea Party in a fun and engaging activity. Each Kit Contains: 6.75 x 8.5 Unfinished Pottery-Teapot Bank (For Decorative Use Only) Includes Stopper and can be used as a functional coin bank High Quality Paint brush Sponge Paint Kit Disposable Paint Pallets Craft Paper (to protect the painting surface) Step-by-Step Decorating Instructions Free Lesson Download Including: History of the artifact History of the time period Maps Step-by-step decorating instructions Join Art In History and explore the events of the Boston Tea Party, and the American Revolution. Which ultimately lead to founding of the United States. In the years leading up to American independence, the British Parliament passed a series of acts that angered the colonists. Which through time created a rift between the American Colonists, Britain and the King. On July 4, 1776 the Continental Congress approved a document drafted by Thomas Jefferson that called for independence. Ultimately freedom would only be attained through war. After years of fighting, on February 27, 1782, the British Parliament voted against further support of the war. This in turn secured victory and independence for the United States. Replicate a Colonial Teapot Bank today and let the learning begin! Proudly Made In America!
Pottery making and wheel throwing is a timeless craft, perfect for beginner crafters and artisans who don't mind getting their hands dirty. Even if you haven't touched clay since your childhood art class, letThe Potter's Studio Handbook guide you through the process of designing and equipping your own ceramic studio, teaching you techniques that will have you generating clay projects in no time. Once the techniques are mastered, this guide will remain an invaluable resource to all clay artists, one that will stay in the studio for years to come. A veteran instructor teaches hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques using full-color photographs, and diagrams with a reassuring voice. Each step is illustrated for creating beautiful, functional projects at home; such as teapots, vases, dinner plates, and more. Shares pottery tips that help you select and prepare clay, construct slab projects, throw and center clay on the wheel, experiment with glazes, fire your project to perfection, and much more. This is the perfect guide for all levels to enjoy and master the art of pottery.