Teapots don’t have to be fancy or high brow in my world. Some of my favorite teapots in my collection are the ones that are a bit whimsical. This Save the Children teapot is the perfect example of a fun teapot.
I have had this teapot for years and if memory serves me correctly I purchased it in a department store like Kaufman’s.
Not only is it a unique teapot it was one that a certain percentage of the money I paid to purchase it went back to the Save the Children Fund so you know that was a huge bonus in my eyes.
Whenever I look at this one I hear the song “It’s a Small World After All” running through my head. Now so do you. You are very welcome.
I love the colors and the expressions on the faces of the children on this one, don’ t you?
“If leeches ate peaches instead of my blood, then I would be free to drink tea in the mud!”
― Emilie Autumn, The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls
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Pretty and functional.
Yep–it is!!!! Thanks for stopping by!
It’s cute! I wonder if little boys would like to have a tea party? Did you have “proper tea” with your boys?
You know—I really did not have proper the with the boys when they were little but they might actually appreciate it now. Chris loves tea and loves to go to tearooms with me as well so that might be a family adventure one day. Thanks for stopping by and commenting for Teresa and Dennis!
I can see why you so like this teapot. Messages of hope and joy resonate.
Absolutely! Who can resist those faces on the children?
I love this idea that purchasing this adorable teapot will benefit children around the world. Charity and tea go good together!! 🙂
YES! Always! Thanks for stopping by! Hey–I commented on your blog today so maybe your glitches are fixed!
How fun is he?!
What an adorable teapot … always enjoy Teapot Tuesday!
Love the quote at the end!
Sweet! And yes, now I’ll have that song in my head….! But it’s a good one.
This is a great teapot and the fact that it goes toward supporting Save The Children makes it even more special. Love the variety of children around the bottom. Thanks for the song running in my head!!
Yep–my job is complete if you have the song going through your head!
Whimsical! It’s a small world but minus the line, that’s a huge bonus!