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Some Great Tea Caddy Designs

Great tea caddy designs were once a key feature in the drawing rooms of the upper classes. Back at its peak, the tea caddy was fashioned to be as ornamental as it was useful. 607 more words

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7 Dishware Patterns for the Perfect Autumn Tea Table

There’s a lot to love about Autumn. The cooler temperatures that bring relief after Summer’s heat. The lower humidity level that makes that cooler air seem refreshing. 737 more words

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The Old Copper Tea Kettle

Funny how an object can evoke strong memories. You may have a favorite toy from your childhood, a drawing that your own child brought home from their first-grade class, or a piece of jewelry you inherited from a favorite relative. 501 more words

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Little Yellow Teapot Reports: Trying Out Yet Another Tea Steeping Mug

Greetings, humans! Time for another adventure that only I, your intrepid steeper of teas and seeker of the best tea information available, can bring you. This time we pair a tea that we’ve previously tried with another of those gadgets that people think are superior to us teapots for steeping your tea. 601 more words

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Betty Blue Teapot and Tafferty Designs Show You How to Measure Your Teapot for a Cozy

Sizing a cozy just right for your teapot can be tricky, especially if it is being custom made by someone halfway around the world. If too small, the cozy will get handed down to a smaller teapot (the way we humans hand down our clothes from the biggest child to a smaller child). 560 more words

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When Teapots Date

Recently, two humans on Twitter discovered that they knew each other outside of Twitter (or at least had a connection in the real world). Then, their teapots met and, well… it wasn’t exactly love at first site, but the ‘he’ pot’s amount of flirting with other ‘she’ pots has dropped way down, and he and the ‘she’ pot have begun going through that very human ritual called “dating.” But what really happens when teapots date? 388 more words

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Collectible Wedgwood

July 12, 1730, was the birthday of Josiah Wedgwood, as one clever person on Twitter posted. It brought to mind this exploration into the wonders of the company he founded (and that still thrives today) that we did a few years ago. 648 more words

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