Monthly Archives: October 2012

Trawlers and Battleships – New additions to the teapot fleet

  Three of the latest trawler teapots plus one small cruiser. Quite pleased with the long low one – I’d like ot make some much bigger ones of those. Bit impractical but they do pour, honest. At the demonstration weekend I … Continue reading

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TWO MORE CLASSIC MODERNIST TEAPOTS – Lucie Rie and Walter Gropius

A couple more Modernist teapots for the notebook. This Lucie Rie coffee pot is more or less the same as the one posted earlier, from the Craft Study Centre collection at Farnham. The Farnham one is part of a set … Continue reading

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MARTIN HUNT ‘TREND’ TEAPOTS REVIVED

The two Martin Hunt teapots are now finished. The Rosenthal/Thomas porcelain was a little uncooperative at first and the colour wasn’t good, but a higher firing has fixed the problem. Both are watertight and ready for action.

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