Is something we hear many times in the UK and then out comes the teapot without much thought for how amazing this little device is. It must have solved so many issues and problems that it’s existence must have changed the world for the better.
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Tea Cosy (American English; tea cozy) - a cover for a teapot, traditionally made of cloth or wool, used to keep the tea warm while it brews. Tea cosies may be embroidered; perhaps to complement a fine set of china. The traditional British handknitted cosy tends to resemble a woollen hat, often featuring a bobble on top.
The tea pot has an infuser placed within the teapot itself. This provides a convenient way to steep the tea without having to worry about sediment floating around, or having to use multiple tea ball infusers for a single pot. This tea maker is suitable for flower tea and leaf tea. The teapot can easily be used in the microwave (with the strainer removed) or on a stove for your convenience, allowing you to forgo the process of heating the water separately.
Professional artist design, the details lifelike, highlight the user's taste and honour.
Each pot has a professional bubble pad separated, outer for foam package, not easy to be chipped or broken.
Made of fine porcelain ceramic, Non-Toxic, FDA certified lead and cadmium free, made in China.
Suitable for both tea bags and loose tea. Simply use the supplied infuser which sits perfectly in the centre of the teapot, allowing water to infuse with the loose tea from all angles, creating a fuller flavoured tea.
Comes with removable infuser.
Made from high quality satin polished stainless steel.
Richard Hutten's Handle With Care is a modern update of the traditional Chinese teapot. Instead of the original cast iron, the teapot is made more contemporary by manufacturing it in porcelain. The robust red handle, which references the handle of a hand iron, helps handle the hot tea with care.
The MacMa One-Push Filter Teapot is a compact, stylish-looking glass teapot with a superbly effective filtering function. Simply pour in your hot water into the pot and let the tea leaves or coffee brew inside the infuser. When the brew is ready, just press the button on the top to strain the water out into the pot below. Then pour into your cup and drink!
James Jarvis likes to boil things down to their bare essentials, and for an Englishman there are very few things more essential than a decent cup of tea. For their sophomore collaboration Case Studyo and James Jarvis present a sculptural object that is short and stout and sports both a handle and a spout.
Designed by Jasper Morrison for the Oigen foundry which has been producing Nambu ironware for decades.
Created in the finest Japanese tradition, and cast in a fine grain sand, the ironware has a renowned smooth and unblemished surface. If cared for properly Oigen ironware can last over 100 years.
Enjoy your tea from Edge Teapot designed in beautiful terracotta.
The outside has kept its original matt finish, while the inside is glazed to ensure a sturdy and water-resistant surface.
The Edge series is inspired by an ancient Greek-Egyptian tradition for craftsmanship, which is reflected in the amphora inspired foot. The wooden handle and small brass elements contrast nicely with the red-brown terracotta.
Tea for Two is all doubled up and easy to share.
The twinned handles and spouts allow this funky teapot to be held from any angle with the right or the left hand. Place the teapot between you and your loved one so either of you can pour tea without even having to ask.