‘I’m a Little Teapot’ is not actually a nursery rhyme, but was written in the 1930s to help children remember the steps of a tap dance called the Waltz Clog. For this collection of eight teapots, Martha has reworded the original lyrics as a reminder to embrace liberal thinking and empowered ideas. Each pot has a distinctive personality and all their differences are celebrated. They’ve been bisque-fired, which means they’re strong enough to support themselves, yet porous, impressionable and open. They’re not set, so their material reflects an open-hearted way of approaching life.