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J. Willfred Brown Bird Toile Teapot with Strainer
This lovely tea set just feels right in your hand, the quality can be felt just as easily as it can be seen. It features a beautiful blue rose chintz design perfectly rendered against the fine white English bone china background. The handles are large and comfortable and the rounded shape so very pleasing. Standing 6" tall, assembled, this pretty tea for one set measures 7" across inclusive of handle and spout. The matching saucer measures 7" in diameter. A perfect gift for the tea or coffee drinker in your life... especially if that is you!
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Burlington has long held a reputation as an arts destination. Its numerous venues, well-attended festivals and thriving performing-arts scene have landed it on AmericanStyle Magazine’s list of the Top 25 Small Cities for Art several years in a row. The city has even ranked as the sixth most artist-friendly alternative to New York City and Los Angeles, based on the cost of living, local flavor and value placed on the arts. Happily, the arts extend far beyond Burlington and into the rest of the Green Mountain State. That fact is underscored every spring and fall, when the Vermont Crafts Council organizes an Open Studio Weekend, designed to showcase the visual arts and illuminate the creative process. Bright yellow signs along roadsides guide visitors to 250 artist studios across the state. In advance of the Open Studio Weekend on May 23 and 24 , we're highlighting three artist studios well worth the drive from Burlington, as well as attractions to explore along the way. Waterbury (30 minutes from Burlington) Jeremy Ayers Pottery When Tropical Storm Irene ravaged Waterbury in 2011, water flooded the first floor of Jeremy Ayers ' home up to the windows. The artist's pottery studio, in the basement, was completely wiped out. Visitors to the large yellow house, in Ayers' family for six generations, won't be able to spot the damage today. In fact, the storm directly led to Ayers devoting himself to his pottery business full time. He left a teaching job to rebuild his home and care for his ailing grandfather — who, as a 10-year-old, had been rescued by rowboat during Waterbury's flood of 1927. When Ayers finished the home's renovations in late 2012, he decided to turn his... Ayers' utilitarian stoneware — jars, mugs, vases, teapots, platters and serving bowls intended for daily use — seamlessly melds form and function. The pieces feature bold, striped patterns in a limited, natural color palette: white on brown, white on black, even white on white. "I'm not really into the rainbow-y, runny glazes," explains Ayers. "I'm working with the absence of color. I want it to be about line and form. Ayers went to art school with the intention of becoming a photojournalist. "The 18-year-old me fell in love with the romance" of this old-fashioned art form, he recalls. "My favorite piece," Ayers says, "is usually the one that I'm making. Cold Hollow Cider Mill : Located along a popular tourist route nicknamed “Enticement Alley,” this old-fashioned general store on Route 100 presses cider year-round and fries cider doughnuts that have been featured in Gourmet magazine. Green Mountain Club Visitor Center : This nonprofit club maintains the Long Trail, which spans the length of Vermont and is America’s oldest long-distance hiking trail. Learn all about the Green Mountains here, then picnic amid stunning views of the ranges and walk the half-mile Short Trail. Ben & Jerry’s Factory : Short and sweet, the 30-minute tours of this ice cream mecca — Vermont’s version of Wonka’s Chocolate Factory — include a short “moo-vie,” a taste test and stops at the Flavor Graveyard and scoop shop. Montpelier (41 minutes from Burlington) May Day Studio Elegant letterpress printing has become the new standard for wedding invitations, but Kelly McMahon's cheery yellow studio will remind you that this craft is more than a passing trend. Indeed, until the 1980s, letterpress was the normal method of printing text since its 1440s invention by Johannes Gutenberg. "There used to be letterpress printers in every town," explains McMahon. "Now they're few and far between. McMahon describes herself as a "one-time poet and type junkie who learned the tools of the trade and never looked back. " While getting her MFA in creative writing, she took a seminar on artists' books. "I set some type and I was hooked," she says. It's really soul-satisfying to be really good at this one small thing. Her May Day Studio space, shared with a band and a painter, produces quirky, handcrafted paper goods — including a line of brightly colored, original designs sold on Etsy, from love notes to market totes. "I came into all of this pretty ignorant of the history of printmaking," McMahon recalls. Now, she says, "It. Source: www.sevendaysvt.com
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