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Monday, February 13, 2012


While on a long car trip Anthony Scheffler's eleven year old son quietly doodled in the back seat. After some time he handed him a sheet of notebook paper with a sketch of a teapot and said “You need to make this.” At home they worked out some design details, picked out the materials and started construction. When it was all done he wanted to entitle it “Committee Work”... he was over ruled.

Materials: Mahogany, ebonized Walnut, anodized aluminum

Dimensions: 7"L x 12"H x 2.5W

This piece has been sold through The Gallery at The Georgia Museum of Agriculture
See more of Anthony's work

Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Dotty Teapot

Made by Mark Dally
Height including knob 21 cms, Width including handle and spout 27cms
Dotty is a tug of war between his skill of dripping the slip into the right place (from quite a height), and gravity’s final say in where and how the drop of slip lands and spreads on the clay’s surface. Platinum handle and knob of lid.contemporary teapot with traditional values, it pours well and has a lid that does not fall out onto the table. Naturally it has a tea grid to strain the leaves.
See many more great teapots on his website Mark Dally Ceramics

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

HOT TEA: 13th Biennial Teapot Exhibition.

The Craft Alliance (CA) in University City will host a new exhibition in March — HOT TEA: 13th Biennial Teapot Exhibition. 6640 Delmar Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63130 USA
From March 9 to April 1, a high school teapot exhibition will be featured concurrently in the David & Jacqueline Charak gallery.

Sunday, February 05, 2012

Save our teapots!

A CAMPAIGN has been launched by Debenhams to save the great British tradition of making a pot of tea — after its sales of teapots have HALVED in the past five years.
Read the Sun article