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I like the play between the teapot and background teacup, but the background itself is too busy for the already intricate pattern on the tea set. Diggin' the reflection for the cup, would have like to seen a similar (albeit shorter) one for the pot.
Also, the handle on the pot being cut off at the frames edge is a bit bothersome, and some cloning for the specular highlights might be something to consider. Maybe a slightly looser framing/crop to give it some more breathing room.
Mostly, these are degrees of refinement issues to watch for. I like the overall concept, and I like the fact that your use of dof harmonizes with your mass/weighting without conflict ... i.e. the teapot is large, the teapot is in focus, the cup is small, the cup is oof ... to draw the viewer to the teapot more strongly than the cup. Just those dang nits @ the bg, handle and specular highlights interfere with what I think would be a pleasant presentation of the pleasantry of the subject matter.
Maybe Karen could use this one to give us another lesson on extending the frame edges.