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RSVP Black Stoneware 6 Cup Chai Teapot by RSVP

  • Suits any mood or decor
  • Effectively holds heat for longer
  • Seamless, one-piece design

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Serve and brew your favorite tea or simply add to your home decor with this beautiful, six cup capacity stoneware teapot. It's made from a seamless, single-piece of stoneware and is lead free. Stoneware teapots are known for holding heat more effectively, which means no more reheating water time and time again. This teapot is also great for use with your infuser for loose tea.

5-1/4" W x 5-1/2" H, with a 6 cup capacity

RSVP Stoneware Chai Teapot, 48 oz, Blue by RSVP

  • Effectively holds heat for longer
  • Generous 48 oz. capacity stoneware teapot
  • Blue stoneware

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Serve and brew your favorite tea or simply add to your home decor with this beautiful, six cup capacity stoneware teapot. It's made from a seamless, single-piece of stoneware and is lead free. Stoneware teapots are known for holding heat more effectively, which means no more reheating water time and time again. This teapot is also great for use with your infuser for loose tea.

5-1/4" W x 5-1/2" H, 6 cup or 48 ounce capacity


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Nbwan3TcX4

Throwing & Assembling Large Stoneware Teapot - Part 2 / 3

Matthias Kurig, German Country Potter. I show in this video how I make my popular largest stoneware teapot with two handles.

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Stoneware Teapot, White - RSVP - CHAI-W by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

Remember the Brown Betty teapots? RSVP Stoneware Teapots are reminiscent of that beloved shape, as warm and welcoming as the aroma of freshly baked cookies. . Generous 48 oz. capacity. Stoneware teapots feature seamless one-piece construction. Lead free. Microwave and dishwasher safe. White Finish

$31.14

You, Me, And A Cuppa Tea - Stackable Cup And Teapot Set - White Stoneware by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

Tea for two is easy and fun with this stackable set. Four pieces include a pot that holds 16 oz, two 8 oz. cups, and a lid topped with a black handle. Stacked, they make a cheery tower 10 high. Teapot has a raised heart design. Dishwasher and microwave safe.

$32.59

Modern art was inspired by Africa - HeraldNet

Although the design of the late 1890s is best known for the sensuous curves of the Art Nouveau period, there were very modern-looking pieces being made by a few European designers. Carl Hagenauer started his own Werkstatten (workshop) in 1898 to make bronzes and other metal wares. He was soon winning awards for his innovative, modern-looking designs. His son, Karl (1898-1956), joined the company in 1919 and, with his brother, Franz (1906-1986), created a group of small bronzes inspired by African art. The figures, dressed in tribal clothing, had long, thin arms, legs and faces, which were almost like stick figures. Many small tabletop groups were made in the 1920s through the early 1950s. These Hagenauer pieces are not hard to find at auctions and shops at reasonable prices. But the larger wood and metal African figures, masks and the Art Deco designs made at the same time are pricier. By the 1960s, the company was making large Western figures of brass and even furniture. The shop closed in 1986. But the popular figures, often copied in South America in the 1950s, were again copied in Great Britain in the 1990s. Many made by an ex-Hagenauer employee are marked RR. Both the well-made copies and the originals are... Q: My small gold-colored ring has a baseball batter signed “Andy Pafko. ” The top looks like a baseball and has small dials near the edges that show balls, strikes and outs. A: You have an Andy Pafko Scorekeeper Ring, a premium issued by Quaker Oats Muffets breakfast cereal in 1949. It was offered for 15 cents and two Muffets box tops. Value of your ring: $200 to $400. Q: An old-timey cash register I saw at an old hotel has cash register drawers that were labeled “A,” “B,” “D” and “E” with no drawer “C. ” What's the reason there isn't a drawer “C”. A: James Ritty, a saloon owner... ” Multiple drawers were used to keep each employee's transactions separate. Only the employee assigned to the drawer or the owner could open the drawer. The letter “C” wasn't used because it usually stood for “cash. ” Ritty soon sold the rights to his invention to J. H. Eckert, who founded the National Manufacturing Company. The company was sold in 1883 and became the National Cash Register Company in 1884. Q: I inherited an old postcard picturing the Titanic from a grandparent in England. It has a vertical color picture of the ship underway in the middle of the ocean. The postcard is in very good condition. A: Many different postcards picturing the Titanic have been made. Those that were published before the ship sank in 1912 can sell for about $100 to several hundred dollars, depending on rarity and condition. Look at places online that sell Titanic memorabilia. Some sell postcards. You might copy your postcard and send it to someone online that is selling Titanic memorabilia. Anyone who sells Titanic postcards first has to buy them from someone like you. An expert can identify it. Q: I have an RCA radio that was a gift to my parents in the late 1930s or early 1940s. It's 11 inches wide by 7 inches high. Can you give me a more accurate date when it was made and the value it has today. A: Your radio is RCA Victor Model 65X2, made in 1946 and 1947. It's a superheterodyne five-tube tabletop radio designed to receive AM radio broadcasts. The cases were plastic and made in two colors, antique ivory or walnut. RCA Victor advertised the radiosleek styling as small enough to “tote from kitchen to laundry to bedroom to breakfast table,” its Golden Throat tone system and low price. In the movie “The Maltese Falcon,” you can see an example of this radio model in the office of Sam Spade (Humphrey Bogart). Your radio originally retailed for $27. 95. Examples have sold for $25 (in non-working order) to $100 (restored) to $199 (mint condition. ) Q: My dark brown teapot with lid is 4 inches high and has yellow & green leaves. The bottom is marked “Royal Canadian Pottery. A: The Royal Canadian Art Pottery opened in 1946 as a subsidiary of Foley Potteries Ltd. The company. Source: www.heraldnet.com

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  • Modern art was inspired by Africa

    07/16/15 ,via HeraldNet

    A: The Royal Canadian Art Pottery opened in 1946 as a subsidiary of Foley Potteries Ltd. They have factories in Hamilton and Southampton, Ontario, Canada. The company specialized in “Brown Betty”-style teapots in dark brown or black that are hand 

  • Original art from more than 100 vendors, food and fun at the Berea Craft Festival

    07/08/15 ,via Lexington Herald Leader

    Allen's pieces, inspired by African and Native American art, are created using black stoneware clay with multiple glazings and firings. The fair also will include live music, food vendors, craft demonstrations and children's activities. Hours are 10 a

  • Hagenauer went modern during Art Nouveau

    07/13/15 ,via Tyler Morning Telegraph

    A: The Royal Canadian Art Pottery opened in 1946 as a subsidiary of Foley Potteries Ltd. They have factories in Hamilton and Southampton, Ontario, Canada. The company specialized in “Brown Betty”-style teapots in dark brown or black that are hand 

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Books

  • The World of British Stoneware

    Troubador Publishing Ltd. 2014. ISBN: 9781783063673,178306367X. 192 pages.

    For nearly three hundred years, from the late seventeenth to the middle twentieth century, stoneware was a major part of British ceramic output. This book concentrates on that particular area of ceramics, and covers the history and development of stoneware in all its many variations. Those variations range widely from brown salt-glazed tavern wares to such refined wares as jasper, Castleford ware and the later art wares, to name a few. A specific aspect of the book is to give anyone interested in ceramics, and collectors in particular, very comprehensive information on the manufacture of the different types of stoneware, from the preparation of the clay, or body, through the forming, decorating and glazing techniques to the firing. Such is likely to provide a greater appreciation and...

  • British Teapots and Coffee Pots

    Osprey Publishing. 2015. ISBN: 0747806349,9780747806349. 48 pages.

    ABOUT THE BOOK From the elegant to the quirky, teapots and coffee pots come in a range of styles and designs and are among the most familiar household items. Both decorative and easily displayed, they are very collectable and can be relatively inexpensive. In this book, Steven Goss charts their development over a period of three hundred years, providing information on the materials used in their manufacture, influential factories and designers, and a guide to dating the many different styles. * In the eighteenth century a pound of tea could cost more than a week's wages for a skilled craftsman. * Early coffee pots often have handles set at a right angle to the spout. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Steven Goss has been involved in the antiques trade for more than twenty-five years as a full-time...

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  • Wedgwood to open 'new pottery attraction' in Stoke

    07/17/15 ,via ITV

    creating pieces using traditional methods including ‘throwing’ clay on the pottery wheel. Meanwhile, the Decorating Studio offers visitors the chance to create teapots, mugs, plates or picture frames. It is also claimed the new design studio offers an ...

  • Modern art was inspired by Africa

    07/16/15 ,via The Herald of Everett

    Q: My dark brown teapot with lid is 4 inches high and has yellow & green leaves. The bottom is marked “Royal Canadian Pottery.” What's it worth? A: The Royal Canadian Art Pottery opened in 1946 as a subsidiary of Foley Potteries Ltd. They have ...

  • Book lovers love town’s first Little Free Library

    07/16/15 ,via This is Wiltshire

    The intricate mosaic art makes use of recycled pottery and china, including cups, plates and even old teapots, which are broken into colourful pieces of varying size to create the beautiful design. “I have really enjoyed creating the Little Free Library ...

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19th Century Chinese stoneware teapot
19th Century Chinese stoneware teapot
This is a well preserved 19th century Chinese stoneware teapot from Jiangsu, China. It was bought from the Fyfe-Smith Memorial Oriental Collection by the University of British Columbia (UBC). This object is today housed permanently at UBC’s Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Its museum catalogue # is Edz1411
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Measham ware 'bargee art' teapot, 1976_791
Measham ware 'bargee art' teapot, 1976_791
Measham ware 'bargee art' teapot. For more information please go to blackcountryhistory.org/collections/getrecord/WASMG_WASMG...
Photo by Black Country Museums on Flickr
Small teapot (white)
Small teapot (white)
White linen glaze over stoneware. About 3 3/4" diameter at belly, 3 3/4" tall at rim, and 5 1/2" tall to top of the knob. Holds about 12 oz.
Photo by jaywiese on Flickr
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