How very genteel!
A solid silver teapot!
Ladies! Gossip time!
If you would like to participate in this challenge then you can use any aspect of the household item for an inspiration. “Teapot” could be the teapot itself, its materials, the style, where it came from, its sentimental associations…be creative! It does not have to be a valuable teapot…metal, pottery, glass or whatever is about at home.
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If you would like more information about the challenge then you can view the instructions page HERE
Many thanks to the contributors to the last challenge who wrote some wonderfully inspiring Haiku. You can enjoy their contributions by clicking on the links below…
An interesting take on “Box” with an old Volvo HERE
Mysteries Contained HERE
Spring cleaning and a lovely haiku HERE
About the objects: The teapot is an English hallmarked sterling silver teapot from the 1850s. The teacups, sugar basin and jug are example of H and R Daniels porcelain, a rare maker of English porcelain in the Regency into the very early Victorian period. All the teawares are hand painted with flowers and sea shells.