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It’s nuts! Piney, the pine squirrel has been living on the Bauman pottery acre since June. I should say, Piney has been living in the trees above the pottery since June – the small fellow rarely ever touches ground (pine squirrels are close relatives to the flying squirrel).

Breeze and Ariel have spent many hours now just watching the trees for Piney to make one of his acrobatic appearances.

Of course, I did catch Piney on the ground. I caught him with my camera while he was on some sort of Mission Impossible of food gathering. Look at that image (right) and tell me you can’t just hear that Mission Impossible theme song.

Well, I’m sorta like Piney. I’ve been on an acorn mission for a few years now – specifically, I’ve been trying to create the perfect acorn teapot. I’ve come up with some good’ns. I’ve made them in porcelain and white stoneware. I’ve made the caps come off in several ways….but there was always some improvement I wanted to make.

This is it.

It’s a small two-cup teapot. It measures more than 8” to the top of the stem, but its volume area is basically 5”X5”. If you use loose leaf tea, you will appreciate the sieve opening I created between the body and the spout. And, though I’d recommend holding that lid on while pouring the last drop from the pot, for most of the rest of the pour, you can comfortably simply rest your thumb against the lid to hold it in place as you’re grasping the handle.

As with all my pottery, the shipping is included in the price. Sorry, I do not ship to Alaska or Hawaii.

Thanks for looking at my pottery,


Acorn Teapot