Perpetual teapot wonderment


Alice de Lisle

Victorian,-circa-1870 Majolica Teapot

Victorian,-circa-1870 Majolica Elephant Teapot

Wolfgang Gessl teapot

Wolfgang Gessl teapot – Sweden


Amanda Pophamt

Agateware teapot

Agateware Teapot

Elvis PresleyTeapot

Elvis PresleyTeapot


Wanda Shum -1993

Wanda’s Designs on Flickr


Coffee/tea pot by Ann Linnemann – UK

Andy Titcomb teapot

English teapot artisan Andy Titcomb


Pucker up teapot

Andy Titcomb, UK-343x312

Alien teapot – Andy Titcomb

Donald Clark Diamond Teapot

Donald Clark Diamond Teapot

Andy Titcomb, UK-475x792

Andy Titcomb, UK

Victorian portrait teapot

Victorian portrait teapot


Nancy and Burt Gardner – hovering leaf teapot


Antonio Alves Cunha Portuguese Palissy Majolica teapot 1890

Noi Volkov - Frida Kahlo

Noi Volkov – Frida Kahlo



Finished Wave Teapot by firenfluxhandmade

( deviantart )

Grimwades cup and saucer

Cup and saucer – Grimwades

László Németh

László Németh

Madeline Kaczmarczyk-Garden Tea

Madeline Kaczmarczyk – Garden Tea

octopus teapot

Octopus teapot

Renoir Teapot - Noi Volkov

Renoir Teapot  – Noi Volkov

Teapot by Goebels

Cubist style teapot by Goebels

Venus & Mars teapot

Venus & Mars teapot

—  based on a detail of a Renaissance painting by Andrea Mantegna, Parnassus, an allegory of Mars, the God of war and Venus, the Goddess of love.

Collaborative venture by Richard Parrington and Katy Windsor.

Australian Pottery Cockatoo

Australian Pottery Cockatoo teapot/jug  – Meakin

Susan Thayer - You Give Me Butterflies

Susan Thayer – You Give Me Butterflies

Swineside Teapottery English

English Swineside Teapottery –The  Teatoaster

Swineside British ceramic

Swineside Wood Stove Teapot

Clarice Cliff - Stamford Ravel

Clarice Cliff – Art Deco Stamford Ravel teapot

Christa Assad ceramic teapot

Christa Assad ceramic teapot

Charan Sachar teapot

Charan Sachar teapot

Satsuma Teapot, Japan

Satsuma Teapot, Japan

Australian Hellfire pottery crocodile teapot

Australian Hellfire pottery crocodile teapot

Blue Sculptural Teapot Boyan Moskov

Blue Sculptural Teapot – Boyan Moskov


Bottom Feeder Tea Pot by Mary OMalley Ceramics

Antique cabinet teapot

Antique cabinet teapot

Teapot Meissen Manufactory

Teapot Meissen Manufactory, Germany, 1725 The Metropolitan Museum of Art


Madeline Kekzmerchik of Mechigana.

R Lawarrespring tea series

R Lawarrespring tea series

Rare Vintage Chinese

Rare Vintage Chinese Export Ceremonial Teapot

Sarah Heimann Teapot

Sarah Heimann Teapot


Vintage Marble  Teapot – Sascha-Brastoff


Roger Cockram–Octopus a Teapot  –2010

( Bonhams )


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  1. parvaneh
    Posted January 2, 2013 at 4:11 pm | Permalink


  2. Sally Simpson
    Posted September 21, 2013 at 12:52 pm | Permalink

    I absolutely LOVE, each and every one of these teapots! and I do not collect them, but I think I could be persuaded!! The more quirky the better! Just say’n

  3. Dana Paredes
    Posted September 28, 2013 at 3:20 am | Permalink

    Great selection of tea pots! I think even the shape of the simplest tea pot is amazing. It’s already a natural jumping off point for even more creativity.

  4. Ramona Wallis
    Posted November 1, 2014 at 5:53 pm | Permalink

    I’ve purchased at an estate sale the quirkiest ‘sea life’ teapot I’ve ever seen. My eye caught it, and I thought “this is not the work of an amature!” Lobster like handle, long swiled shell type spout, sea creature/snail lid handle. every inch is detailed and polked w/tiny little indents and swill type design. With what appears to be a ’41’ drawn into the clay on bottom before fired in a clear/milky glaze. Any ideas of maker?

  5. Cathy Work
    Posted May 9, 2015 at 5:01 pm | Permalink

    Can u buy any of these teapots? Awesome

  6. Ed
    Posted October 24, 2015 at 3:24 pm | Permalink

    Jiang Rong Chayote teapot by Qian Jian Sheng is not Chayote. It is Buddha’s Hand.

  7. Doris S. Jones
    Posted October 28, 2015 at 2:43 pm | Permalink

    keep me posted. Love teapots.

  8. robbie
    Posted October 28, 2015 at 8:15 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for taking the time to let me know. Warm regards- Robbie

  9. sandip Ghosh
    Posted December 6, 2015 at 10:56 pm | Permalink

    it s so nice and rich

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