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A Teapot Design That Really Sings

(Photograph by Joel Benjamin; styling by Maureen Dahill)
By Rachel Travers
May 18, 2008

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With its beaklike spout and curving form, Menu’s elegant porcelain teapot looks vaguely familiar: Is it a bird, maybe, sitting on its nest? Yes, that’s exactly the idea. (And inside, a tea “egg” holds loose leaves.) The lid is made of rubber and plastic, so it holds in heat and won’t shatter if you drop it. Just be ready to ... (Full article: 104 words)

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