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.
You don’t need expensive ornaments to make your house look more fashionable.
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.