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Jean Emile Puiforcat, Paris, c. 1940, Art Deco teapot and serving tray, silverplate and exotic woods, teapot: H. 13.5 cm., tray: 56 x 49.5 cm. Tray marked with the head of Minerva and "EP". Teapot with Minerva head and  "JEAN E. PUIFORCAT, EP. "

Jean Emile Puiforcat, Paris, c. Art Deco teapot and serving tray, silverplate and exotic woods,

Meet Avo, a fish tank that naturally cleans its own water. The fish tank also has an innovative moving bed filter, which makes it difficult for typical aquarium gunk to build up.

Avo: Self-Cleaning Fish Tank

Meet Avo, a fish tank that naturally cleans its own water. The fish tank also has an innovative moving bed filter, which makes it difficult for typical aquarium gunk to build up. For Gabe!

Just when you thought mugs were incapable of being further innovated, here comes a new and creative variant that simplifies that little act of squeezing that burst of flavor out of your teabag.

slingshot clever tea mug. Don't fiddle with that tea bag until you are finished with your drink. Like this simple idea.

It's Naum Slutzky's teapot produced by the Bauhaus Metal Workshop in 1928

Naum Slutzky's teapot produced by the Bauhaus Metal Workshop in 1928

Shaun Grace 04: Sterling Silver & Ebony Carafe Made in 2013 Approx 270mm x 210mm Photographer: Richard Valenica www.shaungrace.co.uk

Shaun Grace 04: Sterling Silver & Ebony Carafe Made in 2013 Approx 270mm x 210mm Photographer: Richard Valenica www.shaungrace.co.uk

Art Deco: This 1930's Jean Puiforcat silver-plated coffee & tea set has fashionable streamlined half-reeded bodies with contrasting hardwood covers.

Art Deco: This Jean Puiforcat silver-plated coffee & tea set has fashionable streamlined half-reeded bodies with contrasting hardwood covers.

Bauhaus teapot by Marianne Brandt

Marianne Brandt, “Teapot” (ca silver and ebony (© The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / image of the MMA / A.

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bauhaus-movement: “Marianne Brandt teapot 1924 - The Movement Design and Architecture ”

Teapot by Paul Schreckengost, 1938

Deco/streamline Ceramic pitcher or teapot, by Paul Schreckengost for the Gem Clay Forming Company in Cleveland. Paul Schreckengost is the brother of Viktor Schreckengost

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