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  • Mud Australia 2 Cup Round Teapot
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    Mud Australia is a Sydney-based modern design company, specializing in durable dining- and serving-ware. The plates, mugs, bowls, and serving platters come in a variety of colors that blend together in a unique way - so you can mix and match, or simply choose a variety of shades that all complement each other. Founded in 1994 by Shelley Simpson, Mud Australia pieces are designed with an emphasis on linear form and function. Artisans work with only the highest quality materials including Limoges porcelain. Each piece is crafted by hand - this means slight irregularities in size, glaze, and texture may occur. This is to be expected with any handmade product, however, and is part of what makes each product truly unique and special. The porcelain clay is tinted throughout, as opposed to simply coloring the surface with a glaze. This gives a unique depth of color to each individual piece, and an above average consistency for handmade products. The interior is then coated with a clear glaze, while the outside is left natural, and lightly sanded to create a beautiful hand-feel. With time and frequent use, the exterior will become smooth from handling, adding to the individuality of each piece. The pieces are safe for use in the dishwasher, microwave, and even the oven - perfect for everyday use! Available in a wide variety of colors:
  • CB2 Pots Teapot
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    Hi tea. Neo Victorian teapot pours modern in a surprise pop of pink silicone—yes, silicone—over porcelain. Sculptural shape and touchy-feely texture are sure to be the talk of the table. Details and Dimensions: Pots teapot. 26 Oz. 4.5" Dia. X 5.5"H. Porcelain. Silicone-coated pink finish. Wipe drips and spills immediately from silicone to avoid staining. Dishwasher-safe. Not for use on stovetops. Made in China. Overall Dimensions: Height: 5.5" Diameter: 4.5" From Spout To Handle: Width: 8"
  • CB2 Betty Glass Teapot
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    The zen of brew. Asian inspiration steeps modern in ultra durable clear chem lab beaker glass. Removable glass infuser does loose leaf herbal, oolong, rooibos. Handcrafted spout and curved handle make it counter-worthy. Harmonious with our yilam porcelain teacups. Details and Dimensions: Betty glass teapot. 29 Oz. 7.5"Wx6"Dx8"H. Handmade. Borosilicate ("beaker") glass. Glass infuser. Hand wash. Made in China. Overall Dimensions: Width: 7.5" Depth: 6" Height: 8" Diameter Of Opening: Diameter: 2.75"
  • JIA NPM Tea Set
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    JIA Inc. in collaboration with National Palace Museum, With modern design approaches, JIA Inc. attempts to across the boundaries between royal artifacts and daily objects and offers an alternative translation on classics from emperors’ house to items accessible in modern days. A full set of tea utensils to provide an excellent Chinese tea experience. The string pattern is not only decorative but it also protects from slipping and heat when brewing a nice cup of tea. Set Includes: 1x Brewing Vessel. 1x Teapot. 2x Teacups. 1x Tea Canister. 1x Tray.
  • Crate & Barrel Arzberg Teapot with Warmer
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    Inspired by the Bauhaus school movement, this simply beautiful teapot with warmer was designed in 1931 for the Arzberg porcelain factory in Germany. It's a classic that's as fresh today as it was the day when a young high school teenager by the name of Gordon Segal first bought the teapot as a birthday gift for his mother who loved making tea in the afternoons. When he grew up and opened the very first Crate and Barrel store in Chicago with his wife in 1962, he bought it again. And again. And again. Today, over 45 years later, Arzberg continues to be one of our most popular, all-time classics. Perfect proportions, beautiful central shape, exquisite white porcelain.
  • Crate & Barrel Staccato Teapot
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    Inspired by the decorative influences of early 1900s Vienna, this simply elegant white porcelain teapot features a raised dot pattern around the rim. Excellent quality workmanship makes this a great value. Staccato dinnerware also available.
  • Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Mega Teapot
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    Blue Fluted Mega is the creation of young designer Karen Kjaelgaard Larsen. Her fresh ideas transforming the age-old art of porcelain painting into an art form relevant in the 21st century has captured the attention of connoisseurs of fine porcelain worldwide. Blue Fluted Mega's hand-painted enlargements of the timeless design expand boundaries between art, craft and design - creating new definitions of form and function.
  • CB2 Wayne Teapot
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    Hi tea. Neo Victorian teapot pours modern in a surprise pop of teal silicone—yes, silicone—over porcelain. Sculptural shape and touchy-feely texture are sure to be the talk of the table. Details and Dimensions: Wayne teapot. 46 Oz. 6.25" Dia. X 8.75"H. Porcelain. Teal silicone-coated finish. Wipe drips and spills immediately from silicone to avoid staining. Dishwasher-safe. Not for use on stovetops. Made in China. Overall Dimensions: Height: 8.75" Diameter: 6.25"
  • Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Full Lace Teapot
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    The Blue Fluted pattern is part of Denmark's cultural heritage. To connoisseurs all over the world it is synonymous with Danish porcelain. Blue Fluted is Royal Copenhagen's very first porcelain dinner service and is a measure of the skill, tradition and craftsmanship at Royal Copenhagen. Blue Fluted Full Lace has actually been in existence since 1775, but originally only in the form of dessert plates. It was initially developed as a full service just over 100 years later, in 1888. In common with the Plain and Half Lace services, all lids are decorated with pretty snail shells, and all parts are assembled, painted and glazed by hand. In the openwork lace border of mussel decorations, each individual hollow is cut out by hand and represents the ultimate in elegant modeling. All items of Blue Fluted Full Lace are assembled, painted and glazed by hand.
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  • Crate & Barrel Bennett Teapot
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    The traditional quality and translucence of fine white bone china are reinterpreted for the modern table by designer Martin Hunt as a pristine, contemporary coupe-shaped teapot that dresses up or down. Bennett dinnerware also available.
  • Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Plain Teapot
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    The Blue Fluted Pattern is part of Denmark's cultural heritage. Blue Fluted is Royal Copenhagen's number one service - in more ways than one. It was the first service made by Royal Copenhagen in 1775 and has been manufactured continuously for more than two centuries.
  • CB2 Mood White Teapot
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    Steeped in design. The Mood Matte White Teapot was created exclusively for CB2 in collaboration with LA-based designer Gere Kavanaugh. Her long and notable career portfolio includes corporate and residential interiors and innovative product development. Now more modern than ever at age 85, Kavanaugh is one of the trailblazing female designers of her time as the third woman to receive an MFA degree from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Still prolific today, her work celebrates her passion for creating ingenious design from the simplest of materials. Both classic and contemporary, the teapot squares off a clean white stoneware form topped with an element of surprise. Mini red knob pops on contrasting round black lid in a play of shape, proportion and color. Kavanaugh has had a fondness for the ritual of tea since her childhood in Memphis, Tenn., where her family had afternoon tea every Sunday, "so I have a passion not only for teapots but for the whole event." Inspired by Kavanaugh's archival designs dating back 30 years, this teapot pours on modern charm with the Mood Dinnerware Collection. Learn about Gere Kavanaugh on our blog. Details and Dimensions: Mood white teapot. 8"Wx4"Dx3.75"H. Designed by Gere Kavanaugh. Stoneware with matte white glaze. Top is glazed black with red knob. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe; not for use on stovetop. Made in China. Overall Dimensions: Width: 8" Depth: 4" Height: 3.75"
  • Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Half Lace Teapot
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    The Blue Fluted Half Lace Collection was launched in 1775 by Royal Copenhagen. For over 200 years it has been in great demand all over the world. The hand-painted details and subtle textures really elevate this pattern to the level of art. Despite their beauty they are still strong enough for everyday use. This is a very special setting steeped in centuries of tradition. We know you will be impressed.
  • Crate & Barrel White Pearl Teapot
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    Inspired by the simple elegance of a pearl. Beautiful embossed dots on white bone china create a durable teapot with a timeless appeal. White Pearl dinnerware also available.
  • Royal Copenhagen "Princess" Teapot
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    The beautiful lace borders encircling every items of the "Princess" dinnerware series are decorated with mussels, revealing a close relationship with the fluted services. Both the actual pieces and the hand-painted pattern of this distinctive collection were designed by Arnold Krog in the 1880, when he was artistic director of Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory. This series, however, was not actually produced for practically another hundred years in 1978.
  • Seletti Hybrid Smeraldina Tea Pot
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    The Hybrid Collection by Seletti brings the east and the west together like never before. The hand finished bone china pieces are a reflection on the history of bone china as it was produced in China and Europe. The two styles are married together with a colorful border that marks the boundary of each while at the same time uniting them. The collection consists of all the pieces necessary to create a table presentation that is sure to impress.
  • Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Plain Teapot
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    Synonymous with Danish porcelain, the Blue Fluted Plain pattern has been produced continuously - and collected passionately - since the 1770s. The fine white porcelain is embellished with a cobalt-blue lacework of fronds, medallions and brackets that requires astonishing artistry. A single dinner plate entails nearly 1,200 brushstrokes. "Plain" in the collection's name refers to the smooth rim traced with a simple band of blue. Made of high-fired porcelain. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. Made in Denmark.
  • Crate & Barrel Bree Teapot
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    Down-to-earth, modern shapes in clean, white porcelain bring effortless charm to our exclusive beverage serving collection designed by Aaron Probyn. Wood handle arches over stylishly stout teapot for a warm, natural accent that fits comfortable in hand. Rolled spout provides for nearly dripless pouring, and low-profile stopper has a lock to keep it in place.
  • Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Mega - Teapot
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    Bring stunning simplicity to afternoon tea with this Blue Flute Mega teapot from Royal Copenhagen. A delicate blue floral pattern adorns its crisp white porcelain; with selected details enlarged for a unique and vivid effect. With an elegantly shaped handle and spout enhancing its sophisticated styling, this teapot makes a wonderful addition to any home.Key features: * Material: porcelain * Dimensions: H16cm * Capacity: 1L * Crisp white porcelain teapot * Hand painted decoration * Enlarged royal blue floral pattern * Designed by Karen Kjældgård-Larsen * Dishwasher & microwave safe
  • CB2 Saic Tea For One
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    Puzzle piece. SAIC tea for one was created exclusively for Design Collab. This CB2 collaborative, now in its second year, brings together like-minded souls and design institutions. Design Collab No. 2 Asked 12 students in the Designed Objects curriculum at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), "What does 'live well' mean in the context of home design?"For student Hyunsong Melody Lee, it was about connecting to nature through form and function in the shape of this stunning all-in-one porcelain teapot and cup. Form: Hexagon shape nods to repetition in the natural world. Function: Teapot and cup stack together for ease of storage and serving. Head to Idea Central to learn about the designer's inspiration for this product and our SAIC collaboration. Details and Dimensions: SAIC tea for one. 5"Wx4.75"Dx7"H. Designed exclusively for CB2 by SAIC student Hyunsong Melody Lee as part of Design Collab No. 2. Porcelain. Hand wash. Made in China. Overall Dimensions: Width: 5" Depth: 4.75" Height: 7"
  • Royal Copenhagen "Blue Fluted Plain" Teapot
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    Hand painted, the Blue Fluted Plain pattern is a part of Denmark's cultural heritage. To connoisseurs all over the world, it's synonymous with Danish porcelain. Blue Fluted Plain is Royal Copenhagen's number one service - in more ways than one. It was the first service to be made at the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory when it first started in 1775. Blue fluted Plain Plain has been manufactured continuously for more than two centuries and remains the factory's most sought after service.
  • Mono Filio Teapot with Integrated Warmer - .6L
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    The mandate for designer Tassilo von Grolman was to create a new aesthetic for the enjoyment and enhancement of tea drinking. The result was a teapot with its own unconventional harmony.. Function and contemporary design were truly synthesized in the classic teapot. The pot made of heat resistant borosilicate glass is cradled in a stainless steel frame. Tea leaves are placed in the stainless steel mesh sieve, and hot water is poured. The tea leaves unfold freely, as they release their full aroma; after the appropriate steeping time – 3 to 5 minutes – the sieve is removed and placed in a caddy (bowl).
  • Royal Copenhagen White Fluted Half Lace Teapot
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    Like the White Full Lace series, simpler in design but every bit as elegant, the White Half Lace design was created by Arnold Krog, the artistic director for two golden decades between 1895 and 1916. Originally created for the Blue Fluted Lace service, this design was restored in 1987 – Royal Copenhagen tradition ingrained in every feature. Capacity: 4 Cups Main material: Porcelain Design by: Arnold Krog.
  • Mono Filio Teapot - .6L
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    The mandate for designer Tassilo von Grolman was to create a new aesthetic for the enjoyment and enhancement of tea drinking. The result was a teapot with its own unconventional harmony. Function and contemporary design were truly synthesized in the classic teapot. The pot made of heat resistant borosilicate glass is cradled in a stainless steel frame. Tea leaves are placed in the stainless steel mesh sieve, and hot water is poured. The tea leaves unfold freely, as they release their full aroma; after the appropriate steeping time – 3 to 5 minutes – the sieve is removed and placed in a caddy (bowl).
  • Royal Copenhagen White Fluted Plain Tea Pot
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    Like the other Royal Copenhagen ranges of white dinnerware, the White Plain design is a 19th century creation, successfully restored in recent decades.
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