A super cool piece to enjoy on the breakfast table or when friends pop over for a cuppa!
The iconic Melways Street Directory was just $2.50 when it was first released in 1966 (which was expensive for a map book)! And 39 editions later, as Melbourne has continued its sprawl, the Melway has grown right along with it – still the most popular map book on the market. Dubbed “the Melways” by the Melbournians who use them, somehow these books have made it into the glove box, boot or backseat of almost every car in the city. Spot more icons at 44 C10 MCG, 43 H9 Flinders Street, 44 D12 Nylex Sign and 44 H7 Skipping Girl sign.
Each teapot has an amazing wrap-around print of the Melway map including the handle and the lid. Try and spot your favourite locations in Melbourne (pleasant reading while you are having a break). Each teapot comes packaged in a cardboard box with a view hole to see the design - ready for gift giving.
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