The Power of a Teacup by Lissi Kaplan
A Story of Art, Love, and Sacred Gardens

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With lovely drawings, exquisite photographs, and a warm, heartfelt story, The Power of a Teacup will inspire you to explore the beauty of your own sacred garden within.


About Lissi Kaplan

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Lissi Kaplan is a porcelain artist and designer whose hand-painted porcelains have become modern-day heirlooms. She created the tea service at the Beverly Hills Peninsula Hotel, and her porcelains are found in collections throughout the world. She lives with her husband in Calabasas, California.
Published February 18, 2003 by William Morrow. 80 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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The author, who has designed hand-painted tea settings for Hillary Clinton, Tony Blair and Ehud Barak, among other illustrious clients, did not begin her artistic career until the death of her mother, Mimi, from breast cancer several years ago.

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