teapot gallery

History thinks that the teapot was invented in sixteenth century China. Or possibly in Europe, inspired by coffee pots.

I think that everyone can safely agree that teapots are alternately functional, amusing, decorative, and downright silly. Do you have a large functional pot? A neat and nifty one-cuppa? Or is the Charles and Di's wedding commemorative special the only way to brew?

Share with us the beauty of your favourite teapot by emailing an image of it to us here at tea@teaandcake.co.uk and your reasons why you think it's the best teapot in town.

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If you see this symbol on a teapot image it means the image has a title - simply roll you mouse over the image to see the title of that teapot.

30s Japanese- Noritake 30s - Palissey 30s - Pewter 50s Czechoslovakian - Lustre 50s - Everhot Cottage - Price Bros 60s-Midwinter Sienna Cottage- Keel St Pottery Edwardian- Lustre Edwardian - Lustre Indian Victorian Pumpkin - Britannia Metal Regency-Transfer Regency-Painted Victorian Bargeware Group Victorian-Coalport

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