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How does your teapot rate?


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32 minutes ago, Randomguy said:

 

Right I can't test them...they are in  VAncouver..eventually will have to get them. 

I'm pretty certain, they would fail the test. One of my teapots is very arty, quite heavy and highly unusual. I haven't read enough about the art of tea making.

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I have a Revere tea kettle which is the kind my mother always have.  I have a lovely teapot from Chrismarch, but I mostly just make tea by the mug.

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3 hours ago, donkpow said:

I've never seen a man with a thing for teapots. I don't know how to feel about that.

Teapots can be piece of art in itself... travel more.. not the gilded ones, but the ones that are more earthenware like in style.

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We gave our bone china pots to our daughters.  I currently have a Denby ceramic pot I bought at the factory in the UK, a cast iron pot I bought in Beijing and a really nice bone china pot in an insulated basket I bought in Osaka.  Being I am the only tea drinker in the house, they sit neglected in a cupboard.  

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