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Circulon has brought more than 25 years of style and functionality to the home, and for the day's first piping hot cup of coffee or tea, the Circulon 1.5-quart Sunrise teakettle delivers both and then some. The distinctive shape of this teakettle looks fantastic on the stovetop or around the kitchen, and it boils up to 6 cups of water for delicious hot cocoa with the family or a medium to large pot of English breakfast tea with friends. A whistle pleasantly signals when the water is at the boil, and the handle's squeeze-and-pour spout is easy to operate. This teakettle's handsome blend of style and utility also complements other great Circulon cookware to add even more design to your kitchen. at Any hour of the day or night, the Circulon 1.5-quart Sunrise teakettle serves up hot beverages with terrific design and performance.
Calypso Basics presents a fresh lemon colored teakettle to brighten up the cooktop. This two quart enamel on steel teakettle and non fading finish teakettle is perfect for any kitchen. This teakettle can be used on an electric or gas stove, not to used on induction cooktops.
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With the ability to hold up to 48-ounces, this Old Country Roses teapot from Royal Albert will easily become the focal point of any table. The perfect complement to the matching teacups and saucers, the crisp whiteness of the vessel gracefully showcases the cascading country roses in shades of pink and soft yellow. Set on a bed of greenery, the delicate flowers resemble those growing in a classic English garden. A gracefully arched spout and handle and an elaborate lid add a feeling of refinement, while 22-carat gold accents complete the elegant design. For best results, Royal Albert recommends washing fine bone china by hand.
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This story follows the Renault F1 team through its heyday from 1977 to 1997. It begins at the turbulent days of "The Yellow Teapot" vehicles, through the team's rise to dominance of the racing world in the 1990s. The story reaches a climax with Villeneuve and Williams-Renault's 1997 triumphs. Many great drivers have graced the team's distinctive yellow-liveried cars, and the team's engines powered the majority of winners during the end of the period covered by the book, including Nigel Mansell, Alain Prost, Michael Schumacher, Damon Hill, and Jacques Villeneuve.
This is the first study of its kind, focusing on toys made for girls, including the spin-off accessories and comics. Renowned toy expert Susan Brewer explores the world of toys, divided into sections to encompass dolls, cuddly toys and families (e.g. Sylvanian Forest and Fisher Prices Little People), amongst others. She includes brief biographies of some of the best known firms, such as Mattel, Pedigree and Fisher Price but the main focus is on the toys themselves, many of which readers will remember from their own childhood. Includes fascinating factboxes with quirky facts did you know. Angela Rippon created the best-selling Victoria Plum toys based on a plum tree in her back garden - she has written the foreword for this book.
Finnish illustrator Maija Metsola’s teapot belongs to the Weather Diary collection for Marimekko. Watercolour splashes of yellow and grey represent autumn’s low sun and rainy skies and the black strokes evoke long swaying grasses. This transparent pot ...
He investigated not only the tea, but the water, fire, and teapot. He is recognized as the Sage of Tea. There are 6 subdivisions of tea: White, Yellow, Light Green, Green, Red, and Black. Most Westerners are familiar with and drink red and black teas.
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