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  • Mud Australia 2 Cup Round Teapot
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    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:
  • Wedgwood Arris Accent Teapot
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    A geometric pattern in a gold-tone hue lends Wedgwood's Arris accent teapot an elegant flair. Perfect for enjoying an after-dinner or mid-afternoon cup of tea.
  • Wedgwood Wild Strawberry Teapot
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    Vibrant strawberries, flowers and leaves sprawl across Wedgwood's hand-detailed whiteware, adding lush, English garden-inspired charm to the table.
  • Haviland "Laque de Chine" Teapot, Large
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    Haviland's Laque de Chine is both timeless and modern, perfect for traditional color-matching and radical chromatic combinations.
  • Villeroy & Boch Rose Cottage Teapot
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    Villeroy & Boch Rose Cottage Teapot.Color:Multi.Material:Premium porcelain.Serveware.
  • Anna Weatherley Garden Delights Teapot - Bloomingdale's Exclusive
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    Handpainted botanicals rendered in lifelike detail decorate Anna Weatherley's charming tea collection, which was crafted exclusively for Bloomingdale's in close collaboration with the designer. Each piece features graceful shapes and brilliant 24K gold details.
  • Fiesta 44 oz. Teapot
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    Perhaps the name Fiesta was chosen in 1936 because the famous collection comes in so many festive colors. The collection's solid colors all coordinate with one another, so feel free to mix and match. After all, what's a fiesta without mixing it up a bit?
  • Juliska Country Estate Main House Teapot, Delft Blue
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    Combining age-old decorative techniques with a chic light-blue palette, Country Estate features multiple narratives of English country life including stately manor homes and bustling activities in grand panoramas of turn-of-the-century life.
  • Wedgwood "Renaissance Gold" Teapot, 2.1 Pts.
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    Embellished with intricate garlands, oval links and a fanciful dragon motif, this Wedgwood dinnerware evokes Europe's glorious Renaissance period. Rendered in deep blue and gold to transform any formal meal into a spectacular royal gala.
  • Georg Jensen Helena Teapot with Coaster
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    Georg Jensen crafts this sleek, modern teapot from gleaming mirror-finished stainless steel.
  • Fiesta 44 oz. Teapot
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    Perhaps the name Fiesta was chosen in 1936 because the famous collection comes in so many festive colors. The collection's solid colors all coordinate with one another, so feel free to mix and match. After all, what's a fiesta without mixing it up a bit?
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  • Villeroy & Boch Anmut Flowers Teapot
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    A flourish of colorful flowers blooms across premium white Villeroy & Boch bone china. Anmut Flowers makes a stylish statement alone or layered with pieces in the Anmut My Color collection.
  • Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Full Lace Teapot
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    The Blue Fluted pattern is part of Denmark's cultural heritage. To connoisseurs all over the world it is synonymous with Danish porcelain. Blue Fluted is Royal Copenhagen's very first porcelain dinner service and is a measure of the skill, tradition and craftsmanship at Royal Copenhagen. Blue Fluted Full Lace has actually been in existence since 1775, but originally only in the form of dessert plates. It was initially developed as a full service just over 100 years later, in 1888. In common with the Plain and Half Lace services, all lids are decorated with pretty snail shells, and all parts are assembled, painted and glazed by hand. In the openwork lace border of mussel decorations, each individual hollow is cut out by hand and represents the ultimate in elegant modeling. All items of Blue Fluted Full Lace are assembled, painted and glazed by hand.
  • Wedgwood Butterfly Bloom Teapot
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    Your table, in bloom. This Butterfly Bloom Teapot from Wedgwood offers a look of vintage-inspired beauty, featuring fanciful florals, graceful butterflies and lustrous golden accents for a splendid presentation.
  • kate spade new york Library Lane Platinum Teapot
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    An elegant collection of dinnerware from kate spade new york features platinum bands that complement your fine table setting.
  • Royal Albert Rose Confetti 3-Piece Tea Set
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    Scattered with dainty blooms, the Rose Confetti tea set restores the grace and charm of another era in fine bone china from Royal Albert. Scalloped edges with gold banding and a traditionally feminine palette add to its romantic sensibility.

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