T Stands For is hosted by Elizabeth and Bleubeard
Toronto ONThe George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art (commonly shortened to the Gardiner Museum) is a ceramics museum in Toronto. Click on Gardiner in the labels/tags below this post to see other exhibits.
First, I forgot to mention earlier how much I like your chilling new blog banner!! Winter has truly arrived in your part of the world.ReplyDelete
Second, I am in LOVE with these remarkable tea pots. Each is so very different, yet they are all so brilliantly created. Thanks for sharing each of these with us for T this not yet Tuesday, dear Jackie. BTW, I don't have a favorite. They are all truly stunning.
Some get quite ornate.ReplyDelete
Like watching paint dry more colorful.ReplyDelete
That's why I don't ask you to go to the ceramic or textile museum!Delete
gorgeous teapots! i do have a few myself which is odd cos i don't drink tea :-)ReplyDelete
Oh wow I loved the virtual trip to the museum gorgeous tea pots Happy TReplyDelete
Wonderful teapots, thanks for sharing, I loved seeing them. Happy T day, ValerieReplyDelete
First of all, I love the latest header Jackie. Those chairs look a bit out of place but add some great color. Nice ceramic pieces too. Perfect for T day. Thanks for sharing them. Hope you T day is going well and happy rest of the week. Hugs-ErikaReplyDelete
The chairs are part of the King St. pilot which is now permanent. It is a pedestrian friendly street with priority to streetcars over cars. There are all kinds of different seating options.Delete
So many beautiful and unusual teapots. My favorite is the last photo, the blue and white one. Happy T DayReplyDelete
Beautiful and artsy teapots. Sounds like a lovely museum to visit.ReplyDelete
Happy Tea Day,
Wow what a nice place to visit. Thanks for sharing these remarkable art pieces. Have a great day today.ReplyDelete
I can see by your header that it has snowed in Toronto. Brrrr!ReplyDelete
The teapots are exquisite. I know that in days gone by, drinking tea was a very special thing as tea was so expensive that it was kept in a locked caddy.
I don't have a favorite but number three peeked my curiosity. It looks like an egg. I'm not sure how old it is as the trinkets hanging on the handle features a motorcar.
But that snow quickly disappeared! I will have to go back to the museum and get the details on these teapots!Delete
Gorgeous teapots, impossible to pick a favourite. Happy T Day! Elle/EOTC xxReplyDelete