Teapot Tuesday is back today with a new to me teapot found at yet another thrift shop. They are really the perfect place to find treasures and Brevard has so many of them that it is fun to pick through them all.
This teapot has absolutely no markings on the bottom (other than a made in China sticker) but I think it is such a classic and sleek design that it drew my attention.
It’s the perfect example of a classic teapot — beautiful enough for a fancy tea but perfect for every day use as well. My $3 thrift shop find makes me happy.
“Tea! Thou soft, thou sober sage and verable liquid…to whose glorious insipidity, I owe the happiest moments of my life, let me fall prostrate.” – Colley Cibber
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It’s beautiful! So much fun to find treasures at thrift shop!
I am always surprised at what turns up in the thrift shops. There really are some really great finds if you take your time and look.
Isn’t it just gorgeous? I love it!
Chris is going to have to move out if you keep buying Tpots😄😄
Classic elegance. A great find.
Lovely tea pot.
Just lovely. I have a few pieces of china in this same pattern. It was my Mama’s and I have always thought is was elegance.
This one IS simply elegant!
It looks like it belongs to a set of china and has that look of the 60’s to it – the sleek, modern design. A bargain at $3, that’s for certain.
I like the simple, classy look. It goes with so much.