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Check out the shape 25 teapot at Portage

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Check out the shape 25 teapot at Portage

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 16 Mar - 17:02

This pot is such an odd mix of styles that if I saw it in an opshop without having seen this photo I might be inclined to have a snicker and move on. However, I'm pretty sure I've never seen one.

The drawing in the gallery is a bit easier to take.

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Re: Check out the shape 25 teapot at Portage

Post  Ev on Mon 16 Mar - 17:31

The lid is the same style as the Shape 25 Sugar lid and the Shape 25 Coffee Pot Lid.
The teapot reminds me of those old metal ones that can be found in local halls all over the country. But these are in highly colourful colour glaze colours. I think I saw one on Trade Me once.

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