tea urn


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an urn in which tea is brewed and from which it is served

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This handsome silver tea urn, standing 48cm high, is an expression of the new fashion for drinking tea.
The same sale will also see a 1920s-vintage copper tea urn from Lime Street Station going up for sale, already attracting a lot of close interest despite its reserve price of pounds 300.
In the jewellery and silver section, Wartski is offering an agate, gold and gem-set basket by Faberge, while Koopman Rare Art is showing an English royal tea urn from 1806.
They do, of course, get their hands dirty digging, pruning, clearing and planting - but they also act as tour guides to show visitors round the historic grounds; host open days for the general public; give talks in schools; organise fund raising events to boost their efforts and man the tea urn when refreshments are needed.
The 39-piece set, which includes 22 main items, among them a fish platter, water pitcher, vegetable dish, and tea urn, was originally donated by the state of Indiana in 1896 to the Navy.
On Tuesday, Pinson, a bilingual teacher and former Peace Corps volunteer, transformed a section of her classroom into an Afghan home: a handmade rug lay on the floor, a brass tea urn and pot sat on the rug's corner, and an embroidered tablecloth covered an eating area.
I know what you're thinking (you're just like my wife): Graceless or not, you could still have gone directly to the tea urn.
Other outstanding finds at the Seattle show included two chairs identified as "Great American Furniture Pieces" that were featured in a book from the 1920s and valued at $30,000 to $45,000 for the pair; a Japanese tea urn from 1670 that was valued between $10,000 to $15,000; a "crazy quilt", the backing of which was a contribution from Chinese immigrants after the Seattle fire of 1889, valued at $10,000; a Civil War-era drum appraised at $8,000 to $10,000; and a Birger Sandzen painting from 1937, worth $30,000 to $50,000.
There's a tea urn in the foreground for anyone who | didn't fancy champagne
Meanwhile, Walsall might be looking on ebay for a new tea urn.
The sight of young men in their whites padding around the local green while their girlfriends prepare sandwiches and stoKe the tea urn and rather older men enjoy a quiet pint under an ancient oaK tree is one of our treasured emblems.
But yesterday Mrs Kirchner was all smiles as she presented the pontiff with a tea urn and later giggled: "I've never been kissed by a pope before.
SPECIAL BREW Jane Ritchie in charge of the tea urn with Clugston Construction workers Rob Morton and Peter Burrell, and Peter's grandson Cameron Bate, six.