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Colorful teapots! Both made from white earthenware clay and hand thrown and built. They have been spray glazed in purple and sky blue with a hint of yellow to create the green around the top of each.

Colorful teapots! Both made from white earthenware clay and hand thrown and built. They have been spray glazed in purple and sky blue with a hint of yellow to create the green around the top of each.

Doulton deco: unnamed earthenware tea pot, D5211, c1932 (pattern). Toned green highlights on Pillar shape with straight lines and stepped feet.

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Doulton deco: unnamed earthenware tea pot, D5211, c1932 (pattern). Toned green highlights on Pillar shape with straight lines and stepped feet.

20120917102323_8678.jpg by ichigoshortcake, via Flickr

20120917102323_8678.jpg by ichigoshortcake, via Flickr

Russian Teacup "Singing Garden" from Lomonosov Porcelain

Russian Teacup "Singing Garden" from Lomonosov Porcelain

Tin glazed earthenware teapot with polychrome decoration, Dutch (Delft),circa 1725, The Netherlands

Tin glazed earthenware teapot with polychrome decoration, Dutch (Delft),circa 1725, The Netherlands

Blue and white Spode Fleur-De-Lis (earthenware no trim - discontinued pattern), an exquisitely delicate pattern and appealing shape.

Blue and white Spode Fleur-De-Lis (earthenware no trim - discontinued pattern), an exquisitely delicate pattern and appealing shape.

"Woodland Frog Tea" ceramic tea set created by Nancy Y. Adams.  Wheel thrown and hand-built earthenware teapot, tray and cup. Teapot and cup have a hand-carved leaf motif; teapot also has a hand-modeled frog motif. All items are decorated with airbrushed glazes. Non-functional. Set of three pieces, as shown. Signed on bottom.

"Woodland Frog Tea" ceramic tea set created by Nancy Y. Adams. Wheel thrown and hand-built earthenware teapot, tray and cup. Teapot and cup have a hand-carved leaf motif; teapot also has a hand-modeled frog motif. All items are decorated with airbrushed glazes. Non-functional. Set of three pieces, as shown. Signed on bottom.

Flow Blue is a style of white earthenware & porcelain,that originated in the 1820s,among the Staffordshire potters of England.Name is derived from blue glaze that blurred or "flowed" during the firing process.Most flow blue is a transferware,where the decorative patterns were applied w/ a paper stencil to white-glazed blanks, though some were hand painted.Stencils burned away in the kiln. Blue glazes used range from gray-blue,greenish blue,inky blue; most desirable shade is a vivid cobalt…

Flow Blue is a style of white earthenware & porcelain,that originated in the 1820s,among the Staffordshire potters of England.Name is derived from blue glaze that blurred or "flowed" during the firing process.Most flow blue is a transferware,where the decorative patterns were applied w/ a paper stencil to white-glazed blanks, though some were hand painted.Stencils burned away in the kiln. Blue glazes used range from gray-blue,greenish blue,inky blue; most desirable shade is a vivid cobalt…

Yixing clay teapot - Yixing clay teapot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Yixing clay teapot - Yixing clay teapot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia