William Morris Red Strawberry Thief Teapot
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Red Strawberry Thief Teapot
- Porcelain 4 cup teapot hold 32 oz.
- Very popular William Morris pattern in red with greenery.
- Strawberry Thief is one of William Morris’s most identifiable designs.
- It takes as it's subject the thrushes that Morris found stealing fruit in the kitchen garden of his countryside home.
- Made by Leonardo of England.
Whether it is starting your mornings with a piping hot cup of freshly brewed tea or re-energizing yourself with a hot Cupa in the afternoon, drinking tea is more of an experience that people enjoy in their own unique way. In the golden ages, tea drinking was a status symbol, a fashionable activity that only the wealthy and aristocratic classes indulged in. However, it is not the same anymore. Now, you can get the experience of pouring your tea from a porcelain teapot and get a royal feel.
The presentation further enhances the experience of enjoying this globally renowned drink in the way it is presented. That’s why connoisseurs prefer finely designed tea sets that make preparing a cup of tea a royal treat. This is what Red Strawberry Thief Teapot provides. A beautifully designed Porcelain 4 cup teapot, the Red Strawberry Thief Teapot flaunts the iconic William Morris designs known for their intricate and nature-inspired patterns.
If you like to slowly and stylishly enjoy your tea, then the Red Strawberry Thief Teapot is just the perfect choice for you. Light, stylish, ergonomically designed and aesthetically perfected, this tea set is an owner’s pride.
What makes this tea set so unique is the world-renowned William Morris designs that are created by keeping a perfect balance between color and variety on the one hand, and structural balance on the other.
Of all his designs, the 1875 design - Strawberry Thief is the most identifiable of them all. This design is inspired by the thrushes that William Morris saw stealing fruits from his kitchen garden.