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Friday, October 30, 2009

Green racing car teapot

A green Sadler racing car teapot in generally good condition with light crazing but some damage to the lid sold for £43.00 on eBay 23rd October 2009.

Thursday, October 29, 2009

The taste of English Tea Blog

I have written my first blog post for The taste of English Tea Blog The official tea blog of The English Tea's about the beginnings of my interest in teapots.
Take a look

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Sunday, October 25, 2009

Priscilla Jones Teapot

Originally uploaded by priscillajones

Mixed media

21st Annual Teapot Show

Entry Deadline: February 4, 2010
Exhibition Dates: April 4–May 16, 2010
Sponsor: A. Houberbocken Inc.
Location: Chiaroscuro Galleries, Illinois, Chicago
This juried exhibition will feature Functional, Fun or Funky teapots in all dimensions and media. The show is looking for bright and colourful teapots.
For more information email for the prospectus.

Friday, October 23, 2009

Julie Klein

Julie Klein from Brooklyn New York is very much drawn to the architectural elements of ceramics, with an emphasis primarily on vessel making. Her interest lies in experimenting with the notion of form vs. function and how they interact. Inspiration is drawn from nature, architecture, contemporary culture, classical and modern art.
The photo shows her ancient copper teapot.
Check out her gallery and even MORE on Flickr!

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Cheshire cat teapot

This teapot, in the shape of the Cheshire Cat, is completely hand built, from forming the clay, to etching the surface and giving outlines, to making the little birds and decals, to applying the underglaze and glazes by brush.
This teapot measures 13" tall and 11 1/2" wide across the handle and spout, and is 4" thick. This teapot is also functional.
See more details of Natalya Sots work

Thursday, October 15, 2009

The ten best teapots?

According to The Independent newspaper

Pictured is a Nigella Lawson design.

6,150 teapots!

Sue Blazye, from Yalding, Kent, has an incredible collection of teapots! (including most of mine!)
The Telegraph has an article about Sue Blazye...