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Thursday, April 24, 2008

Ettore Sottsass


A teapot designed by Ettore Sottsass in 1971 for Ablebest Ltd sold on ebay for £411.11
20th April 2008

Richard Parrington


Delage car teapot made by Richard Parrington in 1989 sold on ebay for £150.00 21st April 2008

Cactus


Sunshine Ceramics [Paul Cardew] Cactus teapot sold on eBay for £175.00 on 20th April 2008

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

"Teapot" Friends Reunited

Paul has had a re-think with regard to the open day and, bearing in mind that no doubt many of you will be going down to Sue Blayze's open house this weekend, and the fact that May 3rd is bank holiday weekend, Paul is planning to postpone this day until later in the month - the exact date to be announced soon!

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Gardenia Stamford


A 1933-1934 red Gardenia Stamford teapot designed by Clarice Clifffrom the Fantasque range.
Sold on ebay 13th April 2008 for £1,002.00

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Automatic teapot


The Automatic Teapot is a 20-ounce stoneware teapot that automatically steeps your tea, without using batteries or electricity.
The infuser basket doubles as a counterweight, which is triggered to turn over once the timer finishes. They say it has a drip less spout too!
Check out their website for more info at www.the-teaspot.com

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

"Teapot" Friends Reunited

To all of you avid teapot collectors out there, Paul Cardew is holding a "Teapot Friends Reunited" open day down at the Cardew Pottery at Bovey Tracey on the 3rd May.

Due to the company’s imminent closure, this will be the very last day that you will be able to see the Cardew Teapottery in all of its glory and bag those teapot bargains.

This day will give you the chance to catch up with friends and foes that many of you have made over the years through your teapot collecting and the many Signing Days and evening events that Paul has held.

Thursday, April 03, 2008

"Tin Can" teapot


This teapot was one of the very first teapots that Paul Cardew ever made. It was produced whilst he was working with "Sunshine Ceramics" and went into production but was a very small run. Even Sue Blayze of "Teapot Island" fame does not have one of these! He is accepting sealed bids with regard to this teapot, of no less than £1,000, so if you are interested in this teapot, do please send him an e-mail and let him know.

Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Suprematist porcelain teapot


Designed by the Suprematist Kasimir Malewitsch in 1923, a porcelain tea-pot together with four demi-cups sold for £299.00 on 1st April 2008 ... someone got a real bargain!!!