Saturday, 29 May 2021

Another Teapot To Add To The Collection

It was beautiful this Saturday morning and so we went to a carboot sale.

Number 2 son bought his mother a Aga shaped teapot to add to her collection:



His mother was delighted and the cat 😸 looks happy too.



The ever growing Teapot collection.  

What do you collect?





14 comments:

  1. It is a rather lovely teapot. Does it work?
    I just collect dust 🙂

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  2. Hi Dave, nice to get here before anybody else. I love the tea pot collection and the new Aga one. I don't collect anything but always like to hear about yours. I bet it has grown with odds and ends since I last left a comment.

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    1. Thanks for commenting again Rachel. I put the comments moderation on to prevent spam... Nice to hear hear from you again Rachel.

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  3. I collect football programmes and old green-tinted bottles that are in good condition. How kind of Son 2 to give his mam that teapot but how unkind of you to call that lad Son 2! You could have given him a proper name - perhaps a strong manly name like Neil.

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    1. I managed to find them again. Please see comment below YP.

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  4. That is just the cutest teapot ever! So detailed. I guess I would have to say books and clocks for me.

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  5. Dust collectors😊. It does work JayCee. We've got a growing collection of teapots and I know what to buy someone when it's there birthday.

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  6. Hi Yorkshire Pudding and Debby, I some how managed to delete your conments-sorry. I use to collect old bottles too YP. If you look up The Teapottery you will find similar Aga teapots Debby, I am glad you like it.

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  7. Husband is the collector here - jugs, coins, books and more books, and somewhere there is a horrible collection of African masks, but I try not to think about those. I might have been tempted by the Aga teapot, but only because I want the real thing!

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    1. Your husband sounds like us the Veg Artist. We have a solid fuel Stanley Mourne range. They're great.

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  8. Oooh. Another thing: Cobalt blue. I collect things that are a brilliant cobalt blue. Which is how I came to have a bugling elk gravy boat...it was the right color.

    We all have our peculiarities, don't we?

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  9. Red and blue are my two favourite colours Debby. Our peculiarities make the world a brighter place.

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