I was very inspired by the teapot exhibit at the Morris Museum , so I decided to share a few teapots from my personal collection.
The detail on this hand painted teapot is amazing.
This one of a kind teapot was handmade by my husband who enjoys making pottery. Priceless!
I fell in love with this teapot because I'm a big fan of toile prints. I found this to be a very unique teapot.
Toile, toile and more toile..........
This yellow hand painted teapot set is gorgeous! I especially love the bamboo handle detail on each piece.
I love the soft cherry blossoms on this lovely teapot. A reminder that spring has arrived.
The gold trellis detail on this teapot is beautiful! This is a perfect teapot for a garden tea party.
How cool is this teapot which has its own teapot warmer? Perfect for those times when you want to keep the flow of hot tea going.
The pearlize luster finish on this teapot makes the hydrangeas look radiant. You just can't have a summer without hydrangeas.
I purchased this exquisite Japanese antique tea set while traveling in Taiwan. The pattern, shape and detail is stunning!
This tower of a teapot sits on top of a four leg pedestal. Breathtaking!
I love this precious teapot! Doesn't it make you smile?
Just plain dainty!
This bird house teapot is truly a work of art! The very intricate details are amazing! I love the adorable birds! Can you hear the birds singing? LOL!
I hope you have enjoyed a little peak into my teapot collection. Finding wonderful teapots is only half of the journey. I also love the challenge of collecting teacups to coordinate with the teapots I purchase. Oh, the adrenaline rush! LOL! I'm planning my Easter wonderland table which is a new tradition I started doing for my son every since he was born. I'm currently on a hunt for a bunny rabbit teapot and cup for my little guy who happens to enjoy tisanes. I guess it's time to go on another treasure hunt! LOL!