Teapots and sympathy

Morgenroth, Lynda
April 1993
Yankee;Apr93, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p100
Discusses the author's love of teapot collecting and where she finds them. How she has 20 teapots in her collection; Types of pots that make good tea; Why New England is a good place to collect them; Teapots found at the Society of Arts and Crafts in Boston; Pinch Pottery in Northamption, Mass.; Teapots available at the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen outlet; Antiques stores; How a cup of tea makes her feel at home; More.


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