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Holly Teapot Ornament

2 reviews

MSRP: $16.99

The teapot was derived from ceramic kettles and wine pots made of bronze and other metals in the Chinese culture for thousands of years. Early teapots were small and designed for a single drinker. Today, a hot cup of tea is the perfect treat on a cold winter s day.

Dimensions: 3 X 3.25 X 2.25 (HxLxW)

Item Number: #32247

UPC: 729343322470

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02/15/2020
Heather B.
Another favorite of mine!

This delightful teapot is gorgeous! I have purchased several Old World Christmas ornaments and each one is an absolute treasure. I know I'll be back for more. I highly recommend. Thank you!

Old World Christmas

Hi Heather- This Holly Teapot is GORGEOUS. We are grateful to be a part of treasured traditions.

LF
01/16/2020
L. Fine
The most charming teapot

My husband purchased this teapot for me in 1994. I drink a LOT of tea so this ornament was special. Each Christmas I would put this sweet ornament in the window sill over my sink. This year it fell and broke into pieces. Tears. Imagine my surprise and absolute delight when I looked at the original box and saw it was from Old World Christmas. On their website I found the exact replacement. I am thrilled. Many thanks.

Old World Christmas

Hi - We are so delighted to be a part of such a beautiful story. This Holly Teapot is so beautiful and full of sparkle, I am sure it looks spectacular in your window sill.

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