If you ever visit my home, you will quickly see that I have a great love for teapots and teacups. I have them displayed throughout my house. They give a very cozy, warm feel and seem to fit well in my Victorian decor. I put this teapot in home decor, because it was strictly designed as a decorative item, and not to be used with hot tea.
It is a beautiful porcelain teapot with lavender roses on one side and lavender lilacs on the other. It is basic white, with the lavender touches. It also has 10K gold trim on the very ornate handle, and along the top, spout, and bottom of the teapot.
But the neatest thing about this teapot, is that it's not just a teapot. It also plays music. You wind the turn key on the bottom. Then whenever you lift the teapot, the music plays. It plays one of my favorite songs, "Fur Elise" by Ludwig Van Beethoven.
I actually bought this teapot for a resale item in my collectibles booth, but it was so beautiful and charming that I just had to keep it for myself. My writer's study has lots of lavender, so I plan to decorate with it there. At the price of $19.99 it was a steal, as it looks like a much more expensive teapot.