Handmade using red earthenware and glazed with food safe lead free earthenware glazes.
IN THE MAKING
First I throw the shape of the teapot and then, after measuring the opening of the teapot at the top, throw the lid. Finally, I throw the spout. Everything has to dry until leather hard.
First the teapot has to be turned on the wheel, then the lid (making sure that it fits nicely) and I pierce a hole in the lid for the steam to escape through.
The spout is cut in to shape and I make holes in the teapot where the spout has to go. Then the spout is attached using slip and then smoothed down.
I pull handles and then attach them to the teapots to finish them. Then they are left to dry again.
First they are bisque fired, then glazed and then fired again. Finally they are tidied up and checked over to make sure they are ready for the shop.
Teapots with Feet
Standard (Small, Medium & Large)
Beautiful teapot. Thanks so much. - UnpackedRope
Wundervolle Keramik, die die Farben des Atlantiks vor Schottland einfängt. Großartig verpackt, sehr schnelle Leiferung uni super netter Kontakt zur Töpferin. Besser geht es nicht!- FionaFox
Absolutely love my teapot! It's so gorgeous, it's a work of art. Beautifully functional, I love using it. I couldn't be happier with my purchase. - Ellie
Arrived very quickly. Birthday present for my husband who loves it - thank you! - elab49
Really lovely teapot. Got it as a present for my boyfriend who loved it! Very nicely made and looks gorgeous. - Zoë Kuick