lovely, maybe it will find its way to your own table. Superb texture too. Jean
Afraid not, Jean. We have had the same teapot for some 35 years now and it's like .
I love it, you've got the eye of the 'Collector' bravo Jim, it's gorgeous!
Some people may say 'eye of a hoarder'. Lorraine!! lolBut we know the difference, don't we?!
Beautiful. We had a Fiesta Ware teapot that we left behind in the States. We loved it (and now I miss it).
I like the colours the best, Mitchell....very festive!
Oh my - that is delightful!
Spoken like a true Brit, Fiona!!
We were just talking the other day about Rita MacNeil and how she was going to have her ashes put in a teapot on a shelf at her tea house -- TWO teapots, if necessary!
LL! Only Rita would do that! I remember the afternoon we visited her Tea House....there she was at the next table greeting everyone and signing cards etc. She was a gentle soul and is really missed in these parts.
I do love teapots!
Me too, Sharon. I could easily get into collecting these!! Deep breath Jim!!!
I would so love to have that! Great find, Jim.
If I was closer Inger, it would be yours now.
Ah I just got my daughter Fiesta Ware dishes for her birthday! She went with a different colour for each dish. Now she is on the hunt for the expired colours.
I am learning more and more about this kitchenware. I LOVE the selection of colours!
that is one very nice teapot!
It really is, Joyce. I would keep it but do not need two teapots.
I love the colors of Fiesta Ware. That's a nice teapot.
Me too, Pat.
I like that little teapot. It's short and stout.Love,Janie
You are a poet, Janie!
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.