Teapot Tuesday


My trip to the Charleston Tea Plantation included a teapot purchase , of course!!!  I let Chris pick out his favorite one out of all the ones they had on display and we both agreed that this cute black and white one was the one to go home with me.  It is actually labeled as a coffee pot but it will not be used for that.  Oh nooooo…..this one will be all tea!!!!  Cute one, isn’t it???

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Comments

  1. I want one!

  2. Pretty in it’s simplicity.

  3. So dainty and Southern in design, so it seems to me. But since I’ve never been down South, that’s just a guess. Great choice, Chris.

    • It is a beautiful one!!! You definitely need to make a trip down South—it is a wonderful place!!! When we were there I realized just how much I missed it—-the manners of people and the pace—-makes me nostalgic! 🙂

  4. I’m a big fan of black and white. This is lovely and very classy. Chris did a great job!

  5. ooohhh…..the design is so delicate and pretty! I would love to have afternoon tea or morning coffee served in that little beauty 🙂

  6. Love it. It looks sophisticated and whimsical all at the same time. 🙂

  7. I love the shape, especially. Nice design, too.

  8. Adorable and very sophisticated. I really like the black and white look.

  9. Very nice, Beth Ann. I love it.

  10. What a stately looking teapot. Love it!

  11. Brittany says:

    It’s beautiful!! How many teapots do you have, anyway??

  12. What an elegant looking tea pot…

  13. Another beautiful coffee or teapot. You are going to have to build an extra room for them.

  14. Becky Miracle says:

    I love the way you have this displayed. You always do such a great job presenting them. Always enjoy getting to see your new “finds”.

  15. We’re considering adding this to our October vacation. Did you need to make arrangements with them ahead of time, or do you just show up?

    • They do tours all day long and you don’t need to make arrangements prior to going there. I really loved it. It was a beautiful day when we were there and not crowded at all so we could linger everywhere and just enjoy it. And free tea!!! Endless free tea!!!

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