This one came from my Mom and I love the simplicity of it. The raised bumps on the surface give it a nice texture and the delicate flowers complete what used to be a vessel for lovely flowers. You never know what you are going to be able to find in thrift shops or other out of the way places. I always have my eyes open for “finds” like this one but have not been too lucky recently. I guess they are all hiding from me.
Happy Teapot Tuesday to you all!
Never trust a man, who when left alone with a tea cosey… Doesn’t try it on. (Quote by – Billy Connolly)
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I agree. I love serving pieces and dishes with not only design but texture. Lovely teapot that brings up thoughts of your mother.
I love it and I know that it held a nice floral surpass for someone at some time, too, so that makes it even better!
Awww…I’m listening to your Mother’s Day spot on KCMR…You sound just like I thought you would, warm with your awwww’s and filled with laughter. I’m sitting here laughing at the thought of your mom jumping on the furniture!!! If that ever happens, I know we’ll hear about it here. Have a wonderful day. I’m off to school. Thank you for starting my day off with a smile.
Ah–thanks so much for tuning in. That made me smile!!! And yes—if my mom ever jumps on my furniture it will definitely be a blog post!!! Thanks for taking the time to tune in—-I really am thrilled about that!
Tuning in was so easy. Just click on “Listen Live” right in the center of the screen.
Such a sweet teapot…love it. Great memories to have of your Mom.
I love that you have a pink one this week – my favorite color since the day that Allison was born.
You are making me want to go buy a teapot! Thanks for sharing.
Your mom has really good taste. I like this one a lot for its vintage appeal.
This is SO pretty! Um, have you considered you may already own all the teapots? 😉
This is a darling teapot and makes me think of afternoon tea in England. Of course I love the Billy Connolly quote!
Very pretty! Love the flowers!!
Lovely pot — I can tell you get your good taste from your mom!
I think you are right about that!! Thanks!!!
Lovely! Well I’m not male but I still won’t wear a tea cosy..lol
love the pretty simplicity of it. I got a new tea cup for my birthday. it’s so pretty and delicate – I love it. I think I might be becoming a collector of cups. LOL
Yay! I have a few cups that were all handed down to me from Chris’s grandmas which makes them really special! They are delicate and beautiful and I rarely use them. I love drinking my tea out of my glass Teavana cups. 🙂
Oh, how pretty that is! Reminds me of the embossing on some of the cards I make.
Very pretty and so girly. Perfect for a tea party!
It is indeed! Come over and I will serve you up!!!
Perfect pick for the Tuesday after Mother’s Day. I love it. I can see why you do, too. Hope your week is going well, my friend.
Hugs from Ecuador,
Thanks, Kathy!!! It is a perfect one!!!
so delicate…and pretty!
This is beautiful!
Well thank you! One of my many!
Glad you liked it. Every time I see a nice teapot I think of you and wonder, does she have this ohe? I walk on and think that you probably do.
Probably not! There are a zillion different teapots out there!
I love how the texture reminds me of a quilt.
Beautiful tea pot – but it was the quote at the end that made this post!! 😀
Love this teapot too! It makes me want a spot of tea.
Thanks—it is a nice one, isn’t it?
I have never in my life seen a tea cosey. Is that something you put on a teapot to keep the tea hot? I have always wondered.
I can see my mom loving this teapot. I think that is mostly because it is pink!
Pink is her color, isn’t it???
Happy Tea Pot Tuesday to you too.