Tea Pots

Posted by Ginger~~Enchanting Cottage

Do you love teapots? I do, although I don't collect teapots I have a couple that I love.
I was looking for a teapot for a friend the other day online and I came across this teapot above. It is just too cute I love it! Of course I had to bookmark the shop that I found it because you just never know when I may NEED a teapot like this.

Have a wonderful day,
Ginger

This entry was posted at 9/17/2009 . You can follow any responses to this entry through the comments feed .

14 comments

Hi Ginger
I saw your comment on Aiken Gardens so I came over to take a look at your teapot. It is adorable! I love teapots and drinking tea.
Rhondi

September 17, 2009 at 3:01 PM

Hi Ginger,
That is a very cute teapot! Would you believe I have never shopped online for dishes or anything else really other then books.
Thank you for visiting me.I just finished painting for the day and had to check out your teapot.Love your linen photos too!
Take care,
Carolyn

September 17, 2009 at 3:26 PM

Hi Ginger, I love teapots, if you can love something that isn't alive. First the Lord, then family, and then tea, teacups and teapots. I have purchased many online, usually on ebay, but other sources as well. If you've never visited Sandy Clough's website, you might find some beautiful china with scripture that are lovely for you or as a gift. The teapot in your picture is sweet and lovely...I can see you pouring tea from it!

God bless,
Mary

September 17, 2009 at 4:21 PM

Hello Dear Ginger

That is indeed a very sweet teapot. I love shopping on line, it seems you can find the most wonderful things that you just may not find in the stores. Enjoy a lovely weekend.

Smiles...

Beverly

September 18, 2009 at 1:28 PM

I don't collect linens or teapots but I think it's a good thing for YOU to do. IF and this is a big IF, you can sell linens,teapots--or both, go for it. You like them so much that even if you just make enough to pay for your gas and car expenses it would be a fun thing for you. Just don't sell my wife any. We have enough of both. LOL

September 18, 2009 at 5:47 PM

Hi Ginger,
I do have a few tea pots, and I think most of them are adorable. The one you have shown is simply adorable.
Thank you for sharing.
Sue

September 19, 2009 at 12:10 AM

Well, this is the sweetest Teapot I have every seen. Put a little sugar in mine, please!

September 19, 2009 at 6:18 PM

I love tea pots, in someone elses house. All I have is my old brown Betty.

God bless.

September 19, 2009 at 9:13 PM

It's darling. I have one that is similar that I have had for a long time.
Charlotte

September 19, 2009 at 10:37 PM

Hi Ginger,
Aww That is a beautiful tea pot, never saw one like that before. I have a few, but I collect tea cups and everyone is different and has their own stories. Thanks for dropping by I am always blessed by your comments from the heart!!!

Hugz Lorie

September 20, 2009 at 5:59 AM

What a lovely teapot!
Have nice week ahead.

September 20, 2009 at 10:20 AM

My favorite tea pot is the one I got for my wedding 38 years ago from a friend from Germany. I still have it. But, when I was in California, I found a neat one-cup tea pot with a mesh insert that I love to use for loose tea!

September 20, 2009 at 10:33 AM

Hey--I love teapots too---I just don't always know which ones are safe to use--ie lead. If they are made in England I trust them....I get frustrated wondering at times--but I suppose for ones you don't use too often it may not matter! Oh I read the site you referred me to on the electrical savings. We do have a front loading washing machine and that does save too...however...I really don't like it as much as the top loading because you can't really soak things. I don't feel it cleans as well either. It is nice because it is quite and it uses less water and it automatically gages the amount of water to use. BUT you spend more money on detergent for it! Like I said, our minisplits have saved us bunches--it is direct heating and cooling and doesn't have all the duct work. Also the new windows we put in about 5 years ago made a big difference. I still can't believe dishwashers are better than hand washing but it assumes you use the energy savings cycle--don't use the heating for drying and don't rinse your dishes first. We do have the special light bulbs which I love because we only do have to replace them once in five years. We were changing bulbs about 3-4 every month before that time. Have a nice week--we are leaving on vacation today for the mountains--don't know if we will have internet or not!

September 22, 2009 at 6:19 AM

I meant quiet not quite!

September 22, 2009 at 6:21 AM

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