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Tarsier Tea Set with Teapot, Loris Creamer and Sugar Bowl, Tea Pot With Tarsier, Ready To Ship

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illustrations are from 1868 "Brehm's Life of Animals". A Tarsier is on each side of the teapot, and a loris or two is on the little lidded pots that go with it. There are land snails here and there.

These are porcelain white ware that have been kiln fired with my handmade iron oxide decals.

I made the decals from vintage images using iron oxide transfers. Because the images are fired into the glaze at 2050 degrees F, they are permanently in the glaze. Each piece is dishwasher and microwave safe too!

The teapot is about 9 inches tall with the lid on. It holds 6 cups of liquid filled to the brim. The little lidded pots are a little less than 5 inches tall with their lids on. They each hold about 1.5 cups filled all the way.
The creamer and sugar pots do not have notches in their lids for spoons, so you could use them for whatever you want. I am thinking some good local honey and vanilla turbinado sugar*** would be my choices.

Normally I ship everywhere, but for this set I am setting the shipping just to the US. If you are outside the US and would like a shipping quote, let me know your location and I will send you an estimate.

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***To make vanilla raw sugar, take a whole vanilla bean and slice down the side of bean with back of knife and scrape seeds into airtight container with the turbinado sugar. Then bury the rest of the bean in the raw sugar and seal it tightly with a lid. Let sit for 1 to 2 weeks. You can remove the seeds and bean before you use the sugar, or just keep them in there, and keep replacing the sugar as you use it. You may never use plain sugar in your tea again!

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Tarsier Tea Set with Teapot, Loris Creamer and Sugar Bowl, Tea Pot With Tarsier, Ready To Ship


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: pottery, handmade iron oxide transfers, decals, vintage image, antique drawings, porcelain teapot, porcelain lidded pots
  • Only ships to United States from Ohio, United States.
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