FORNASETTI Themes and Variations porcelain teapot

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  • Fornasetti Themes and Variations porcelain teapot
  • Female face with moustache print, handle, spout, removable lid
  • 100% ceramic
  • Height 17cm, width 29cm, depth 12cm
Product Code: 3729882
Ref: 401-3001925-P22X445

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    $25.00

International

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    $20.00

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    $7.00

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    $11.00

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    $14.00

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Italian label Fornasetti is known for its creative take on crockery, with the designs of its namesake founder taking centre stage. Playing on the beauty of operatic soprano Lina Cavalieri – now sporting an impressive moustache –, this teapot is expertly crafted from pure ceramic with a gold-toned rim. Use it to make tea or pop it above your cooker as a piece of art in its own right.

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