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February 16, 2007

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Stephanie W.

I've just found your blog and am enjoying it. These strainers are indeed beautiful! Stop by my tea blog every now and then and say "hello." I'll do the same! Stephanie W.

Phamt

I have seen lots of srainers but all of them looks somewhat alike. But these strainers are absolutely beautiful and each costs less than 20 $. They are not only useful but can be used to decorate the table. Thanks for this post.

Phamt,
www.nature-healthy-tea.com

Richard Haven

Well-Tempered Kitchen site is down.

Anywhere else we can get these ?

Thanks

Stephanie Hanson

http://www.productwiki.com/koziol-audrey-flower-tea-strainer/

That has a link to several sites that offer these beautiful flowers.

For searching reference, I found out that it is called the "Audrey" tea strainer, usually with flower somewhere in the name.

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