Perpetual teapot wonderment

Liberty of London Teapot - Target black white sunflower floral design

Liberty of London Teapot –  black white sunflower floral design

Black Mountain Pottery

Black Mountain Pottery teapot

Teapot- apan, late 19th early 20th-century The Hermitage Museum

Satsuma Dragon Teapot – late 19th early 20th century

The Hermitage Museum

Shitanshu G Maurya Ceramic Kettle

Ceramic Kettle  – Shitanshu G Maurya

Vintage Dragonware Moriage Tea Set

Vintage Dragonware Moriage Tea Set

Retro Pottery Net Magic City

Retro Pottery Net Magic City

Mara Wild Horses Art Design-Ceramic Teapot

Mara Wild Horses Ceramic Teapot


Tea’na Raku Teapot – Ryan Peters


 ” Tea purr …two “

Doreen Bell Mosaic

Madeline Kekzmerchik desire teapot

Madeline Kekzmerchik desire teapot

Rosiland & Barry Hage-whimsical teapot

Rosiland & Barry Hage

Natalya Sots four legged teapot

Natalya Sots four legged teapot

Karl Yost -abstract ceramic teapot with driftwood handle

Karl Yost

Scott Dooley asymetrical teapot

Scott Dooley


Yoshiro Ikeda teapot

Dancing through the Forest of Thorns by Michael Torre

‘Dancing through the Forest of Thorns’  by Michael Torre

“Whenever I am at a loss for ideas, I look to the great masters–particularly the Flemish painters of the Renaissance. The surviving work of these artists is primarily spiritual or religious in nature, and the concept of designing images with spiritual power is always a goal.”

Willeam Shinn Turquoise Teapot

Willeam Shinn Turquoise Teapot

Bacia Edelman crackle glaze teapotTextured crackle glaze teapot – Bacia Edelman

Stephen Hatcher - Fine Art Woodturning teapot

Wood artist Stephen Hatcher –  teapot

Susy Siegele and Mike Haley Rhythms cedar creek gallery

‘Rhythms’ teapot  – Susy Siegele and Mike Haley

( cedar creek gallery )
Bacia-Edelman deep crackle textured teapot

 Bacia Edelman deep crackle textured teapot

Brown Westhead Moore & Co Majolica teapot 1870 octagonal face

 Brown Westhead Moore & Co Majolica teapot


Crimson Laurel Gallery Louis Reilly raku Tea-Pot

  Louis Reilly raku Tea-Pot

Crimson Laurel Gallery

Elaine Lamb black white red and green sgraffito motif teapot

 Elaine Lamb

Jiang Rong Chayote teapot by Qian Jian Sheng

 ‘Buddha’s Hand’ teapot by Qian Jian Sheng


 Ardmore crocodile teapot

Ardmore Australia


 Reverse lotus Jiang Rong teapot


 Abstract ‘Pyramid Teapot’ – Hubert ceramics

Victorian-Silver-Teapot with dragon spout

 Victorian silverware-teapot


‘Test Site Series 1’  by Frank Boyden and Tom Coleman at the

American Museum of Ceramic Art Pomona, California, 1994

Tim Ludwig floral motif teapot

 Tim Ludwig

Yoko-Sekino-Bove handpainted teapot

 Yoko Sekino Bove



atelierOKER - etsy JeannineVrins Cream teapot with pointy lid

    Jeannine Vrins teapot

atelierOKER – etsy




Bruce-Johnson-(raku) teapot

Raku teapot – Bruce Johnson





‘Matisse’ teapot – Noi Volkov





Donald E Frith teapot




Fong-Choo burnt orange teapot with cream handle

Orange glaze teapot – Fong Choo




Kristin-Pavelka folded ceramic teapot

Kristin Pavelka




Italian majolica teapot

Majolica teapot






Polymer Clay Peacock Teapot – Layl McDill




Yoshiro-Ikeda--teapot with abstract motif

Yoshiro Ikeda




Handbuilt teapot by Insomnia Pottery

Insomnia Pottery

“Nearly ten years and two kilns later, I still love the beautiful surface that salt firing can impart to high fire pottery. My work has changed a lot during those years, but is still essentially functional, and making it remains my path to studio bliss.”



RFlyer-sgraffito teapot Chris Thiess

 RFlyer Teapot – Chris Thiess



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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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