Teapot Tuesday

This teapot from Teavana was a purchase on a trip to Florida —I just fell in love with the little guys in the little windows in the tree! What do you think?

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The mere chink of cups and saucers tunes the mind to happy repose.

George Gissing —-The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft



  1. Cute teapot, but I think I could improve on this by putting little forest creatures inside the windows instead, such as squirrels or raccoons, perhaps even a pussy cat! MEOW!

  2. Kinda like Alice in Wonderland, but from Asia.

  3. Certainly the most unique teapot you’ve presented. Like kzemek, I think the teapot would be much cuter with forest creatures. But, there must be a specific reason for the placement of meditating (praying?) people in the tree nooks.

  4. Now, I really, really LOVE this one, Beth Ann–especially how organic it is–and with the little Buddha windows! Great to have another beautiful pot to look at, as I sip my tea this morning.

    Hugs from Ecuador,

  5. Ooooh! I like this one!

  6. Love it. It’s very unique and interesting – but then so are most of the pots you have!!! 🙂

  7. Ann Goode says:

    Very cool!

  8. this one is very unique — what a great find! the little guys in the windows really make it interesting. a tree-pot!! 🙂

  9. If anything says China, it is this one. Remarkable detail and craftsmanship..

  10. This teapot has to be one of the most interesting ones I have seen. It has become one of my favorites.

  11. At first I thought it was a Gnome house and then I realize it was more of a Zen tea pot. Very interesting. . .Ommmmm.

  12. This is a very clever idea for a teapot. I love it!.

  13. That is quite a teapot! It looks like it could be made from tree bark.

  14. Just started following your blog….love the tea pot and design – so earthy…what a find!. It reminds me of garden gnomes for some reason….

    • Well welcome to It’s Just Life!! Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by and more importantly comment! Great to have a new follower! And yes—this is definitely an earthy one—kind of reminds me of middle earth or something! 🙂

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