A few weeks ago, I attended the Carnegie Gallery's opening reception for Maureen Landry's exhibition titled, "Vessels | Pouring & Storing."
"I have a fascination with teapots and all the facets that make up a teapot – the body and the many shapes it can take, the lid and spout and how they correspond with the body, and the handle that invites you to pick up the teapot." (Maureen Landry)
This black porcelain teapot, sugar and creamer would be perfect for a Gothic tea party.
The Mad Hatter would approve of these whimsical celadon green teapots.
Green and brown teapots with a matte finish.
|My favourite: Dancing teapots|
Save the last dance for me!
I'm joining the following parties this week: