Sunday, August 16, 2009

Tea pots

I just love tea pots
These come from the English Tea Store


Shelley said...

Yes, I love tea pots! My mom collects them too! I love that post office one up above!

Darla said...

These did not show up on my bloglist, glad I came over to see what's going on.....Lovely teaposts....what beautiful flowers!!

Mildred said...

I am late commenting because some of the new posts are not showing up on my bloglist. I LOVE teapots. Mama had a few that I am so proud of. Funny thing, I am not a big fan of hot tea! It always smells so good, but just does not have the taste I like!

Winifred said...

They are all lovely. Wish I liked to drink tea.

blushing rose said...

Give me tea in any way shape or form ... in any receptacle ... I am one happy lady. Love your teapots.

TTFN ~Marydon
PS Amy had surgery today & hopefully things are going well for her now. Sherry posted details.

Renie Burghardt said...

Oh, beautiful tea pots, Patsy. I have a few as well, but like some others here, am not much of a tea drinker. I love my java too much.



PS. Patsy, you asked about Facebook. Are ou on Facebook? If you are, just send me a friend request. I would send you one, but don't know your last name. I use Renie Szilak Burghardt on Facebook, but just Renie Burghardt would work as well. Hope to hear from you. Or sign up for Facebook. It's a lot of fun.

Renie Burghardt said...

Hi Patsy,

Well, blogger is giving me problems suddenly. It says my comment was published, but I don't see it. So I will try one more time.

Your teapots are beautiful. I love teapots, but am not a tea drinker either. Love coffee too much. Haha.

Happy Tuesday,



PS. Are you on Facebook, Patsy? If you are, send me a friend request, as I don't know your last name. Mine is Renie Szilak Burghardt on Facebook, but just Renie Burghardt will work, too. Hope to hear from you, or if you're not on there, sign up for it. It's a lot of fun.



Linda J. said...

I love all these teapots, but the floral traditional one is my favorite.

I had to shut down my computer and when it came back up Blogger let me look at your blog.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Teapots, hmmm I've never met one I didn't like :)
I have several of the James Sadler variety (the ones shown first), just love their quaint little houses, and depictions of English Tudor buildings.
The second one is just precious, elegant and feminine.
Lovely post !

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Patsy, I had to come back and see your beautiful teapots. I think we have more in common each time I visit. I too, "love" teapots. There are many around here. I'll have to show them to you sometime.. hugs ~lynne~