Different Kinds of Teapots

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Different Kinds of Teapots. By: Felisa. Anne Kraus Teapots. “For U.S One day a dream was pointed out to me”, she said. Made in 1986 Glazed earthenware 6 ¼ in. high The teapot deal with idealism and hope. Minton,Ltn., Britain Teapot. Man with Mask Teapot. Majolica ware in 1880 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Different Kinds of TeapotsBy: Felisa

  • Anne Kraus TeapotsFor U.S One day a dream was pointed out to me, she said. Made in 1986Glazed earthenware 6 in. high The teapot deal with idealism and hope.

  • Minton,Ltn., Britain TeapotMan with Mask Teapot.Majolica ware in 1880Glazed earthenware 5 in. high

  • Amy Sabrina, U.S TeapotsAutobiographical Teapot In 1987Glazed earthenware 11 inches.

  • Akio Takamori, U.S TeapotsWoman TeapotIn 1986Stoneware 6

  • Minton teapot From BritainMan with Sack TeapotMajolica ware made in 1880Glazed earthenware 5 in. high

  • Matheo Thun TeapotFrom Italy Corvus Corax TeapotIn 1982Porcelain 9 inches high This special teapot with its barbed handle is an amusing commentary on the relationship of form and function

  • Lingaard Pottery TeapotFrom BritainThere was an old Woman Who Lived in a ShoeMade in 1935Glazed earthenware 5 inches. high

  • Lingaard Pottery TeapotFrom BritainHumpty-Dumpty TeapotMade in 1930Glazed ceramic 5 inches high

  • Annette Corcoran TeapotFrom Unite StatesHeron Head Teapot In 1987Porcelain 6 in. high

  • History of teapots Teapots are use for elegant partysTeapots also have a meaning of tangible symbols of a life-affirming ritual.Teapots have been created in the shape of birds, fish, cabbages, kings, crowns, camels, and cars.Teapots also have a meaning that inspire the humor, irony, and strange genius of the truly peculiar teapots.

  • Teapots heritage Teapots were and still are use by kings and emperorsOnce the drink of emperors and king, tea is today the most egalitarian of beverages.This delightful drink is second only to water in worldwide popularity, consumed at a rate of over fifty billion serving a year

  • The rituals of teapots Upper class persons had the most delicate teapots of beautiful designs, also know as high quality.The most famous for using a teapot was teaIn both the East and West tea drinking has long been linked to formal ceremony and highly evolved rituals.

  • Different meaning and how teapots are madeA crucial aesthetic elements of the tea ceremony whether in China, Japan, or England are and still are the selection of the utensils used for making and serving tea.In china teapots had the most significant of the early teapots were produced from 1510 onward in the Yixing region

  • CreditsThe eccentric TeapotsBy: Garth Clark