This bright, gay teapot will be a colorful addition to your teapot collection. It was handmade by LaMusa artisans in Sicily. It features a street vendor selling bright flowers from a wheeled cart. The other side features a woman looking out her window looking out her window on the flower cart. Under the spout is a large golden vase overflowing with the beautiful blossoms. The handle has been decorated with broad red stripes of red and bold black dots. A sticker on the bottom declares the teapot to have been made in Italy for Saks Fifth Avenue. The depressed opening is capped by a plain white lid. The pot is 10 inches from spout to handle; 4.5 inches deep; 5 inches tall. Not your typical teapot, add some joy to your collection. You can find other LaMusa ceramics on Why? Why Not.