Happy Twelfth Night! Leave a comment below for a chance to win this vintage teapot. One winner will be selected at random on January 12th and s/he will be announced on Sunday 13 January 2013.
It's not real silver, so it doesn't need polishing.
I love the scroll details...
...and there's a filter to minimize loose tea leaves.
What an original work! Very nice.ReplyDelete
Wow that is lovely! It looks like you could make a lot of tea in it, perfect for gatherings! :)ReplyDelete
I love it!!!ReplyDelete
A pleasant 12th Night/Epiphany/Three Kings to you, too! Alas, the end of the Christmas season... What a pretty pot! I'd love to sign up, please.ReplyDelete
Is the lid pewter? It looks like a different type of metal from the main body of the pot.ReplyDelete
Hi Andrew, I don't think any part of the pot is made from pewter. I bought it at an antiques store and it wasn't priced as expensively as their pewter items.Delete
The scroll design is so pretty and graceful!ReplyDelete
Very classy and vintage. Would love to display it proudly in my "British" room!ReplyDelete
Awesome! I'm in.ReplyDelete
It's a lovely teapot - nice find. I've bought a few myself in recent times.ReplyDelete
And I've always wanted to have a 12th night party - but perhaps with a medieval theme - Lord of Misrule and all.
Don't worry about including me in the draw - I live in Australia so it's a bit far to post.
Best wishes for a happy new year to you all.
Australia isn't too far away!Delete
What a generous gift, and so lovely! I can just picture serving tea to friends all in 18thc. attire, in the parlor of our little 18thc. house...ReplyDelete
What a lovely teapot! Tea is the drink of choice in my house & it is always more pleasurable with lovely things. Fantastic find & good luck to everyone entering!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the chance to win this beautiful vintage teapot!ReplyDelete
Hope you had a merry holiday season and a festive Twelfth Night celebration.
Oh gosh it's so gorgeous! Where on earth did you find it?ReplyDelete
Matilda, I found it at my favorite little antiques store. :)Delete
Ooh! I love it! I'm so in! Very sweet of you to do a giveaway :)ReplyDelete
"strange Howard teapot can represent at the same time the comforts of solitude and the Pleasures of company" -author unknownReplyDelete
What a wonderful shiny treasure for a tea table!ReplyDelete
If it's not too late and if I may participate although I'm living across the pond (Germany), then I'd love to take the chance to win this lovely teapot :)
Of course you can participate!Delete