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Oriental Teapot Wall Stencil - DEE637 by DeeSigns

by Designer Stencils
Price: $12.00 Buy Now

  • This is NOT a vinyl sticker or decal
  • Precision cut frosted 5 mil plastic
  • Reuseable stencil for painting the design

Product description

A wonderfully attractive oriental trompe l'oeil teapot stencil! This stencil consists of three overlays and measures 6.75"H x 7"W.

Chinese Tranditional Wedding Red Double Happiness Porcelain Tea Set Teapot and Tea Cup 7 Pcs by Oriental-beauty

by Oriental-beauty
Price: $38.99 Buy Now

  • Produced in Jingdezhen , most famous county for making porcelain in China
  • With a stainless filter in the teapot
  • Good for collection and good gift for friends

Product description

Product Name: Chinese Traditional Wedding tea set
Size:Teapot: 15CM*11CM ; Cup: 7CM*7CM
Packaging: packed in gift box. (The wood frame in the picture is not included in the package)

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Three Days of Unreserved Goods to Auction at Rago's, August 27-29, 2015 08/04/15, via ArtfixDaily

Asian includes Chinese, Japanese, Tibetan urns, vases, teapots, Foo Dogs, scrolls, furnishings and artwork. Collectible glass by Daum and Steuben; Silver and silver plate, pewter by Tiffany, Gorham, Towle, Wallace, including candelabras, chargers

Gallery: Take a trip through Ipswich town centre of old with Kindred Spirits 07/22/15, via Ipswich Star

“After that was the Oriental Café and Restaurant, where local businessmen used to meet for coffee. The Public Hall, or what was left of it, The staff would pour a dozen or so cups of tea in one go from large metal teapots. “The opposite side of the

Oriental Asian Cast Iron Teapot Display vs789


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Gallery: Take a trip through Ipswich town centre of old with Kindred Spirits - Ipswich Star

Paul lived in the town centre above a shop in Westgate Street, where his father was the manager. With remarkable detail, Paul has taken us back to the 1950s when there was a bigger mixture of large and small traders in the town centre and many more public houses. Paul recalls when St Matthew’s Street was a narrow single carriageway and a policeman on “point duty” controlled traffic at Hyde Park Corner. Also when the Feathers Hotel at the corner of Lady Lane and Westgate Street had a slaughter house at the rear and it was not uncommon to see an escaped pig in the town centre. He writes: “My first school at the age of four-and-a-half was Thornley House in Norwich Road, almost opposite Wellington Street, which was run and owned by an elderly spinster, Miss Goldsmith. She could freeze any pupil of any age with a glance, it was a mixed school up to the age of 15. My teacher was a Mrs Roper who was kindly, but firm and fair. I then changed to Park House, on the junction of Neale Street and Fonnereau Road. It was owned and run by Mr and Mrs Southern, he taught the boys from age eight to 15 and she did the same for the girls. My teachers were a Miss Juby and a Miss Barnes, whose family ran a greengrocers and florists in Tavern Street next to the Walk. Miss Juby’s father owned a butcher’s shop in Great Colman Street. “In 1953 I moved again to St Joseph’s at Oak Hill, off Belstead Road. “Shops in the town centre opened at 8. 30am, but mostly at 9am. and shut at 5. 30pm. or 6pm. After the newspaper shops had shut at about 10. 30am on Sundays, nothing was open apart from a little sweet shop in Anglesea Road, near to the hospital... The pubs opened at 10. 30am and noon on Sunday and shut again at 2pm. They opened again at 6pm or 7pm and shut again at 10. 30pm. “My father was manager of the Bata Shoe store in Westgate Street, Ipswich from 1949 to 1960. I was born in 1945 so... This meant that I often wandered around the town centre, children could in those days, and I can recall many of the shops and sights. At the Bramford Road and Norwich Road junction the first shop a small boy was interested in was Nightingales Toy shop, on the corner of Granville Street. On the other side was a place known as the ‘wood’ shop which was really the forerunner of a DIY store and here you could buy offcuts of plywood to be cut into odd shapes with a fretwork set. “Just off Norwich Road, in Orford Street, was Sabatella’s or ‘Sabbies’ as we called it, a fish and chip shop, where the range was heated by coal and there was always a long queue as it was reckoned to be the best in the area. On the corner of Barrack Lane, outside a grocer’s shop on the opposite side to the pub, Half Moon and Star, was a police post where the light flashed when the station wanted to speak to the beat officer. “Opposite St Matthew’s Baths was another chip shop, which we used to visit after going swimming, it was memorable as it sold chips for 6d, 4d, 3d and 2 1/2d. On the corner of Berners Street was the Gem Milk Bar and on the other side Wiggin’s the... A little way up Berners Street my friend’s parents ran a hire car and funeral business and opposite their premises there was an open all hours type of shop. “Also in St Matthew’s Street was the Golden Fleece pub, another toy and model shop, a rock sweet shop, an entrance to Howes garage, Wesley’s fish restaurant, a knitting wool shop and the Lord Palmerston pub. “The Rainbow Pub stood on the corner of St George’s Street. “On the opposite side of St Matthew’s Street was Smiths Albion House, which sold ladies’ clothes and haberdashery items. It was here that instead of a half penny change you would be given a piece of paper with about two dozen pins stuck in it. This junction is Hyde Park Corner and had a policeman on point duty. Along the north side of Crown Street was Aldridge’s Sports shop, a Newstead’s bakers, a china shop and a newsagents, run by a Mr and Mrs Bird and their nephew Nev, and Coe’s garage that had a covered lay-by where cars could pull in for petrol. Next to the garage was a church where the point duty policemen for Hyde Park Corner and High Street/Crown Street kept their.

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Hibiscus Teapot


Inspired by a Wedgwood archive pattern dating back to around 1810, Hibiscus is a sophisticated collection with timeless classic elements and real gold highlights. This stylish pattern features a striking design of oriental blue hues and lavish botanical all skillfully hand-lined in 22-carat gold for an elegant and opulent finish.


Imperial Large Teapot


Taking inspiration from 19th Century oriental designs within the Wedgwood pattern archive, the opulent print of the Imperial Collection magnificently represents the dragon and phoenix. These two motifs together symbolise beauty, power and good fortune within the Chinese culture, and are traditionally used as Imperial characters. Detailed mythological creatures are showcased in tones of real gold against the eclectic, textured background in beautiful regal hues of red and blue. The edges of the dinnerware set, which includes a chopstick stand, rice bowl with cover and Chinese tea cup and saucer, are further gilded in 22-carat gold for a decadent finish.


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Art Gallery of Greater Victoria exhibition showcases Chinese artifacts - 08/17/15, via artdaily.org

“A Chinese scholar’s studio would have been strewn with brushes, inkstones, paper, seals, paper weights, teapots, wine cups, incense burners and antiques,” says Till, who curated the exhibition. “The most important were known as the four ...

Tianjin Explosion Creates Logistical Hurdles in Chinese Port City - 08/14/15, via Wall Street Journal

Many of the independent refineries—known as “teapots”—are clustered in the province of ... 300 miles 300 km Damage assessment in Tianjin was well under way by major Chinese and foreign companies. China Eastern Air Holding Co. CEA 3.22 % said ...

Chef impresses diners with his unique blend of flavours and styles - 08/13/15, via The Star Online

Instead of the lid covering the teapot, a small saucer was used and this had avocados ... EASTIN HOTEL PETALING JAYA, Ee Chinese Cuisine, Ground Floor, 13, Jalan 16/11, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. (Tel: 03-7665 1111), Business hours: 10am to 1am, daily.


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Dragon Teapot 08161001
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Vintage Chinese Glazed Teapot made from Yixing Zisha Clay Glazed Chinese Yixing porcelain teapot with traditional iconography showing scenes of nature. It is made using Zisha clay from Yixing in Jiangsu Province, China. This special "purple sand" clay has been used since the Song Dynasty (960-1279) - it is considered the best clay for teapots. The inside is unglazed, as is expected with Yixing teapots, so that with use, the tea will infuse into the body of the teapot and, over time, enhance the flavor of the tea. Includes presentation box and certificate of authentication from previous seller in China. Maker's mark on the bottom. No cracks or chips, but some intentional firing irregularities in the glaze. MORE INFO: www.silkroadcollection.com/vb9045x-chinese-yixing-teapot....
Photo by Silk Road Collection on Flickr
Porcelain Chrysanthemum and Peach Teapot - Delightful hand-painted white porcelain teapot with traditional Asian floral motif of chrysanthemums. A bird is perched on the branches. A peach forms the finial of the lid. The lid and back of the teapot feature a poem written in script form characters. No chips or cracks. Some tea stains proves its use and usefulness. www.silkroadcollection.com/vb9087x-chrysanthemum-teapot.html
Photo by Silk Road Collection on Flickr
Oriental teapots 1,2 liter various colors
Oriental teapots 1,2 liter various colors
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