Taikinapoikka lives! This is so pretty, classic Scandinavian design ...
Cool teapot! Or should I say hot ;)
it makes me think of this one I bought a few months ago, and that I love.http://www.stylefeeder.com/item/n4fx67Love it too
Absolutely lovely! I'll have to try and track one down for my tea-drinking husband.
definitely worth the wait :)
Ah! How great! And you're so very welcome! I can't believe it's already 9 months since you were here...
The absolute gorgeousness of Scandinavian design! :) I love these things!
looks very nordic, certainly, and it seems to have had a nice trip
Oh, my yes it has started life with a very grand journey and has now landed in a very sweet home indeed. I can see why you would fall for it.
Oooh, that is gorgeous - well worth the wait.I quite like my teapot (which has pigs on it) but somehow it just doesn't seem sophisticated enough now :-)
Gorgeous teapot! I like the clean lines. I keep forgetting to tell you: I haven't done anything creative with the Kama yet, but I am really enjoying it everyday.. I mix it in with my fruit and yogurt for lunch! It's especially good with apples. I want to try making some candies with it - just as soon as my garden gives me a break. I'm making apple butter now!
..and it is so pretty!!
My pleasure. Wish we could've met sooner though... =)
What a lovely teapot! I'm going to be imagining you enjoying many a relaxing cup of tea with that gorgeous pot
Alanna - he's very much alive, indeed. It's just that his current priorities lie elsewhere ;-)Linda - hmm. It's cool, and it's hot as well. But definitely not lukewarm :)Bea - thanks! I can see the similarity!Lydia - check out their website, maybe they've got distributors in your part of the world. They had none in Estonia, that's why I had to wait for it so long! K&S - I think so, too :)Zarah Maria - it's been 9 months indeed! And thank you again for introducing me to this teapot. And Madeleines, actually :)Joey - you do seem to like everything Nordic. Maybe you live on the wrong side of the planet:)Lobstersquad - thanks! I'm so sorry I didn't get hold of it before you arrived, as I had originally planned. Tanna - you can, can't you!?Sophie - if you like your teapot, then there's no need to worry if it's sophisticated or not. I 'survived' seven years in Edinburgh with a rather horrible teapot, so I really wanted to treat myself to a nice one now:)Katie - so glad to hear that you've been enjoying your kama! Yogurt-fruit-kama sounds about right, and I'm intrigued to hear about your candy-making plans. PS Kama cereal balls would be better with yogurt than milk, too!Antti - I tried, believe me :)Andrea, Valentina, Tea - thank you for popping by and commenting!
I've been lusting after this teapot for over a year and think i may have to finally buy one in aqua
what a beautiful pot! i've been thinking of ditching mine forever - it's common, ugly and it leaks... not sure why it is still using up precious space in my kitchen! have to dig around for it online or book a trip to sweden ;-)
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