Thursday, August 6, 2009

Frank Lloyd Wright teapot

This renowned American architect (1867-1959) designed New York’s Guggenheim Museum.  This architectural masterpiece is the inspiration for this distinctive teapot.

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 This Guggenheim porcelain teapot holds up to 38 oz. and I love the clean contemporary lines and pure white color.

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This classic is another favorite in my teapot collection.

6 comments:

Sonalida said...

Very nice teapot, I like the large size of it. The shape reminds me of the collapsible plastic cups we used to take to school to drink water.

Mary said...

That is an amazing teapot, but I'm partial to your Arthur Wood chintz! That one is so pretty, with it's soft colors. I would love to have tea poured out of that beauty! Happy TT!

Angela McRae said...

Oooooh, I've never heard of such! It's lovely and inspiring all at once!

Marilyn Miller said...

Oh I love that teapot. How happy it must be living with you. Frank Lloyd Wright has always intriqued me and now to see there is a teapot connected to him is very special.

I love your new header. It is so fresh and clean looking.

Jennifer said...

Tea and FLW! Nice Combo!!!

Steph said...

Wow - where did you get it?

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