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Baby Teapot

Ceramic Teapot

(ID: A82447)
Created by Michael Kifer
The striking form of this hand-built earthenware clay teapot is enlivened with the artist's signature combination of rich texture, bold, airbrushed color, and intricate pattern. Textured areas are created using household items and found objects, then finished with metallic patinas. Each piece is unique; exact patterns and coloration will vary.

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Michael KiferBaby Teapot

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Not exactly what I expected


from Santa Rosa, CA

Comments about Baby Teapot:

I saw this on sale and ordered it as a birthday present to myself. I am very attracted to teapots. The body of the teapot is a brilliant red and interesting. I am disappointed because I did not realize the top did not come off and I felt the top, spout and handle were rather crudely made. I am disappointed.

  • Your Style:
  • Eclectic
  • Sizing:
  • as expected
  • Color/Finish:
  • darker than expected



from McMinnville, OR

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  • Carefully Well Packed
  • Exactly as described
  • Exactly as pictured
  • Wonderful craftsmanship


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  • Eye Catching Colors
  • Whimsical Display Piece

Comments about Baby Teapot:

My lifelong eclectic decorating style is currently described as Boho; lots of colors, textures, and styles blended together. I used this interesting piece, featuring Raku texture/colors that compliment a lot of shiny ceramic red, to offset a handmade matte-black basket. The basket provides a good backdrop for the teapot and the teapot draws notice to the basket which might otherwise be passed over. Would love to visit a gallery featuring Michael Kifer, who enclosed a handwritten thank-you note which I appreciated.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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