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Monday, February 25, 2008

Crocodile 1995

A crocodile teapot of mine made in 1995 which someone recently put on eBay fetched an unremarkable £45.44 on 24th February 2008. It was not a popular design with customers, so not many were of my favourites needless to say!

Friday, February 22, 2008

Crafts at Cardew latest

As of the 30th April, Crafts at Cardew will be closing its doors to the outside world and Paul Cardew will be relocating whilst he keeps designing.
For those avid collectors out there, this means that this will be the very, very last time that you will be able to visit the Cardew Teapottery, have one of their wonderful cream teas, and have a look around Paul’s teapots old and new, that he's kept in storage for some years, and no doubt some of you will find that elusive teapot that you have been hunting for!

The end of an era! Good luck Paul.

Double Giraffe Teapot

Double Giraffe Teapot
Originally uploaded by spottedsushi

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Tea for two

Lake Oswego residents Pat Nida and her mother, Marjorie Cooney, share a love of teapots that dates back to Nida’s grandmother, who came to the United States from Ireland. To date, the women have drank countless cups of tea and collected more than 250 teapots, which they stash in their homes, garages and a warehouse. Dozens of pots from their personal collections are now on display at the Adult Community Center.
Full article

Monday, February 18, 2008

Crimson Jasper teapot

Sold on eBay for US $585.00 (approximately £298.27) 16th February 2008.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Jessie Tait Midwinter teapot

A Midwinter teapot in the Monaco design by Jessie Tait, a prolific ceramic designer working in the Stoke-on-Trent pottery industries from the 1950s to the early 1990s.
Sold on eBay 12th February 2008 for £76.00

Edward Bramah dies

Sadly Edward Bramah, founder of the Bramah Museum of Tea & Coffee and author of "Novelty Teapots 300 years of Art and Design" has died at the age of 76.
He was born in Worksop in 1931 and became a tea planter in 1950. He then trained as a tea taster with Lyons before joining a coffee brokerage in Tanzania. After working with China to promote China tea in Britain he set up his own company called Bramah Tea & Coffee.
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Walter Keeler

Another lovely Walter Keeeler teapot... sold on eBay 11th February 2008 for £410.00

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Inkwash Dome Teapot

Beautifully made by master craftsman Walter Keeler.
For sale [£500] at the "Where I Fell in Love Gallery"

Collectible household ceramics

Collectible household ceramics, including teapots, pitchers and wall pockets, will be displayed in February at the Bessemer City branch of the library, 207 N. 12th St.Charlotte North Carolina.

Thursday, February 07, 2008

"Deco" teapots

Here is a collection of "Deco" style teapots I made in the 1980's for a French shop called Utopia who kindly went out of business owing me thousands of pounds! [Thank you Alice]
They are featured along with other teapots, sculptures and furniture on my new blog called "things Andy has made"

"HAM" teapot

Helen is in Year 11 at the Everest Community College in Basingstoke, and is due to take her final exams in June of this year. She is studying my work as part of her coursework!
She has made a Teapot using the initials of her name "HAM"
Good luck with your exams Helen.

Monday, February 04, 2008

Marco Zanini

Teapot designed by Marco Zanini for Bitossi Post Modern Sottsass Era Teapot
Sold on ebay 28th January 2008 for $399.00 [£202.67]

Saturday, February 02, 2008

Teapots by Northwest Artists

408 N Pearl Street, Ellensburg, WA 98926
Exhibition Dates: Jan 17 through Mar 1, 2008
Exhibition Sponsors: Dakota Cafe, Downtown Pharmacy, Sign Dog and Copy Dog
“Tea for Two” is an exploratory look at how ceramic artists use the teapot as a form of personal expression.
There will be 17 teapots on display from 17 different artists, all from Oregon and Washington.
Exhibiting artists include:Nancy Adams Laurie Hansen, JoAnn Peters Matt Armbrust, Linda Johnson, Jessica Pribula, Marilynn Carr, Robbie Lobell,Inge Roberts, Cindy Deck, Gale Lurie, Lori Ross, Gina Freuen, Dennis Meiner, Randolph Sill, Gary Georger, Ted Neal, Alice Simpson, Judy Rouse and Matt Winkelmann.

Randolph Sill teapot.
More details at