Treasured Teapot: Lacquered Loveliness – TeaTime Journal

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Treasured Teapot: Lacquered Loveliness

Textual content by Britt Crawford • Images by John O’Hagan

Haviland’s “Laque de Chine Gold’s” modest, but putting, lacquered physique is certain to face out at a tea desk set for a lot of events.

Whereas an ornamented teapot generally is a beautiful serving piece, there are occasions when the event requires a easy ware that may match into quite a lot of themes. For Francophile’s, Haviland’s pistachio-hued “Laque de Chine Gold”—which interprets to “Chinese language Lacquer Gold”—teapot brings distinctive aptitude to afternoon tea. With edges, deal with, spout, and closing all trimmed in gold, this vibrant accoutrement is the right teapot to combine and match with an assemblage of china patterns. This vignette pairs “Laque de Chine Gold” with Jean Boyer’s “BOJ1” and Haviland’s “Schleiger 920” teacups and saucers.

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