Paper Tea Pot

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£80.00 to £80.00

Price includes UK p&p. If international shipping is available for this piece please select the correct shipping option before adding to basket.

Decorative Paper Teapot measuring approximately 20 x 7 x 20cm created from vintage letters used in conjunction with wallpaper. The work is created by manipulating and stitching the found papers to create the form of the teapot, with removable lid, and button detail down the front.

These are handmade one offs, so what you order will be similar to those pictured, but never identical; therefore always unique.

Delivered in the UK in 7-10 days. Please get in touch if you need one sooner or for a certain date and we'll do our best to help. For international shipping, please select the option above and allow up to 2 weeks extra for delivery

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