This vessel is a unique piece of art. It is wheel thrown on a pottery wheel, then dried, bisque fired, glazed and fired for a second time. It is entirely handmade – from the preparation of the clay till the removing from the kiln.
This teapot cannot be used over direct heat from a stovetop range. Very few ceramic items are safe for stovetop heating. When heated, ceramic ware starts to expand (although not visible with naked eye). It can also be a beautiful decorative item for our kitchen and living room or even for our garden.
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Back in 1989, the first time I got on the Internet, at that time I was still pretty young. I didn’t go to college so I had to find a stable job for myself. I never found what I was into and what I could do well for a living. I tried and got rejected so many times.
Google and Facebook weren’t even around as well at that time. One day in 1999, I suddenly had this idea of creating a website that introduce my handmade projects, providing not only handcraft lessons but also selling stuff to earn some money for myself.
Then I got to learn about how to start a website on my own. I created a website called leartshandmade.com. I spent years developing it, teaching HTML to myself, networking with in-field professionals, and growing it into a profitable business.
Throughout the years, I cooperated with plenty of craft companies to grow my website. I had worked as the craft expert for Miimo Studio (miimo.thememove.com), and created fun crafts for kids from 2009-2016. Also, I have self-published many online magazines, including ForHer.mag.com, LiveLife.com & ForEverYoung.net.