Monday, October 17, 2016

T Stands For Teapots and Mugs at Autumn and Art


When I saw this booth, I knew I had to stop long enough


to take a few photos

of these teapots, mugs,

and bowls that were in this booth.  I hope you enjoy them, because this was the only booth I saw with this type of ceramics.

Now it's your turn to share your drink related post.  Any drink, any experience is acceptable.  Coffee, tea, water, wine, hot chocolate, lemonade, etc., postcards, movies, old masters paintings, photos, or a trip out and about are all acceptable.    Even photos of ceramic teapots and mugs at an art fair are welcome.  The more unique and unusual the better, in my opinion.  Once you link, Bleubeard, the T gang, and I will be by to visit.  Squiggles might even peek his head out, too.


19 thoughtful remarks:

Valerie-Jael said...

What beautiful earthenware - I would like to visit there with enough dollars to buy a few pieces! Hope you are feeling more yourself! Happy T Day, hugs, Valerie

Linda Kunsman said...

those are some unique and well crafted teapots and mugs. Thanks for sharing and happy T day!!

Let's Art Journal said...

Oh my, I just love those teapots with the long handles! They look so magical and I bet they are wonderful to pour :-). Wishing you a very Happy T Day! J :-)

Halle said...

I have a weakness for pottery. I want it all!!!! There is something so beautiful and organic about handmade pottery esp thrown on a wheel.
Happy T day!

jinxxxygirl said...

I had a craft fair to attend this past weekend myself Elizabeth and saw many beautiful pieces of ceramics... These are gorgeous!! Thank you so much for sharing them with us. Those teapots are to die for... Makes me want to say the heck with heating my water up in the microwave for tea and have a teapot on my stove again.. :) Happy Tday Ms Elizabeth and Bleubeard... Hugs! deb

My name is Erika. said...

Wow- these are some gorgeous tea pots and mugs. I love a big ceramic mug and a cup of tea, in fact I have one right now. My mug is very cute but not as nice as these hand spun ones. Happy T day. Hugs-Erika

johanna said...

what a great selection - i spy some i really would be tempted to buy:)
happy t-day, elizabeth!

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Fantastic - I love to see this beautiful earthenware! Just great! Happy T-Day dear Elizabeth!
oxo Susi

chrissie said...

Amazing collection no wonder you 'stood and stared'.

Love Chrissie xx

Lisca Meijer said...

What a fabulous collection of earthenware! I would have stopped there myself and drooled too. I love those mugs! Are you sure you only stopped and looked? I would have been tempted to buy something. They are just up my street!
Happy T-Day!
Lisca

Meggymay said...

Book me a visit to that pot shop. The mugs and crochery look awesome. I think some money may have exchanged hands if I had been there.
Happy T day
Yvonne xx

Darla said...

What a great display. I would have been tempted to buy one of the tea pots. That type of pottery keeps water hot such a long time. I'm hoping to get to a craft fair soon.

Rita said...

Really cool teapots with those long graceful handles! :)

Krisha said...


Wonderful display of earthen ware, all of which could easily have came home with me. I took a couple ceramic classes, way back in high school,( the kind where you actually had to use a potter's wheel) so I know what it takes to produce such lovely pieces. This person is rally a master at his craft.

Happy T-day

Pamela Gerard said...

All those tea pots -- and mugs! So inviting -- makes me want a nice cup of tea.

pearshapedcrafting said...

Wow Elizabeth! These are just my kind of pottery! Love those greens! Hugs, Chrisx

Divers and Sundry said...

I've picked out a cup :) and I love those bowls. Nice selection!

Jeanie said...

What a clever way to tie t-day to your art fair journey. Many of those pots are very, very beautiful!

~*~Patty S said...

Sorry I missed T again.
With Colin here the days just whiz by and I seem to be cooking more which takes time. Enjoying his time with us while I can.
I have a weakness for pottery... always have.
That said I am picky about how thick the rim of my favorite cup/mug is BUT that never stops me from admiring hand thrown pieces.
Those teapots OH MY!
Thank you for sharing these lovely photos E
oxo