A blue glaze with light blue streaks on a stoneware teapot with a brass handle. The iron oxide decoration provides abstract orange brown shapes for meditation while drinking your tea.
A functional wheel-thrown teapot with a thrown cirular handle on the lid. The lid has a retaining tab to prevent it from falling forward when pouring. The wall behind the spout is perforated to retain tea leaves.
The pot was thrown with a UK stoneware and, after biscuit firing and glazing the piece was fired to 1300C to make it impermeable and very durable.
- All of my work is one-of- a-kind and made by hand.
- The pot measures approximately 11cm tall excluding the brass handle and 14cm wide.
- The bottom is impressed with my seal, the letter P, and its identity number 9593
I smile when making teapots, because while they are fussy to make, they get used regularly. What a nice way to communicate and add something handmade to someones routine. I like my pots to be used every day, and a lot of people tell me they are (particularly teapots and mugs). I take care in making my pots look beautiful but I also ensure they have a well-fitting lid.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Leslie Parrott Studio Ceramics within 5 days of receiving payment.
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