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  • Mud Australia 2 Cup Round Teapot
    shophorne.com
    Mud Australia is a Sydney-based modern design company, specializing in durable dining- and serving-ware. The plates, mugs, bowls, and serving platters come in a variety of colors that blend together in a unique way - so you can mix and match, or simply choose a variety of shades that all complement each other. Founded in 1994 by Shelley Simpson, Mud Australia pieces are designed with an emphasis on linear form and function. Artisans work with only the highest quality materials including Limoges porcelain. Each piece is crafted by hand - this means slight irregularities in size, glaze, and texture may occur. This is to be expected with any handmade product, however, and is part of what makes each product truly unique and special. The porcelain clay is tinted throughout, as opposed to simply coloring the surface with a glaze. This gives a unique depth of color to each individual piece, and an above average consistency for handmade products. The interior is then coated with a clear glaze, while the outside is left natural, and lightly sanded to create a beautiful hand-feel. With time and frequent use, the exterior will become smooth from handling, adding to the individuality of each piece. The pieces are safe for use in the dishwasher, microwave, and even the oven - perfect for everyday use! Available in a wide variety of colors:
  • Seletti I-Wares Porcelain Teapot
    2modern.com
    Part of the I Ware collection, a baroque style porcelain teapot with relievo eye and fluorescent, painted handle. Features I-Wares collection Designed by Selab Color: white Yellow handle Dishwasher safe
  • Crate & Barrel Arzberg Teapot with Warmer
    crateandbarrel.com
    Inspired by the Bauhaus school movement, this simply beautiful teapot with warmer was designed in 1931 for the Arzberg porcelain factory in Germany. It's a classic that's as fresh today as it was the day when a young high school teenager by the name of Gordon Segal first bought the teapot as a birthday gift for his mother who loved making tea in the afternoons. When he grew up and opened the very first Crate and Barrel store in Chicago with his wife in 1962, he bought it again. And again. And again. Today, over 45 years later, Arzberg continues to be one of our most popular, all-time classics. Perfect proportions, beautiful central shape, exquisite white porcelain.
  • Crate & Barrel Staccato Teapot
    crateandbarrel.com
    Inspired by the decorative influences of early 1900s Vienna, this simply elegant white porcelain teapot features a raised dot pattern around the rim. Excellent quality workmanship makes this a great value. Staccato dinnerware also available.
  • Jars Tourron Blue Chardon Teapot
    bloomingdales.com
    Handcrafted porcelain serveware by Jars in a dramatic new Blue Chardon color adds eye-catching vibrancy to the table.

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