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  • Lee West Nomu Teapot
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    Paying homage to Japanese craft and tradition, the Nomu Teapot is a functional tabletop item that allows users to partake in an everyday tea ceremony. The cork and ceramic teapot uses turned cork to create a heatproof sleeve which allows users to serve tea freely and appreciate the tactile quality of the materials. An integrated lock system keeps the lid in place while pouring and the cork cover can easily be removed for cleaning.
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  • Kotobuki Black Iron Hobnail Teapot
    surlatable.com
    Stylish ceramic and iron teapot features a glazed classic hobnail exterior and a smooth interior. Interior metal basket prevents tea bag from falling through or can be used with loose leaf teas. 18-oz. cap. Made in Japan.
  • Marimekko Unikko teapot
    marimekko.com
    Fill it with your favorite stories and share with good company. Sami Ruotsalainen designed this teapot as part of the Oiva dinnerware collection. The clean lines and serene character are inspired by Japanese design. He handpicked Maija Isola-s beloved Unikko pattern to complement its simplicity and tranquility. Made with white stoneware, this three-piece teapot has a natural wood handle for pouring. Take off the lid to remove the stoneware tea strainer. All these details work together to brew the perfect cup of tea. Measurements: 23.7 fl oz.
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  • Wedgwood Daisy Tea Story Teapot
    amara.com
    Adorn your kitchen in luxurious floral design with this Daisy Tea Story teapot from Wedgwood. The sophisticated floral design brings a romantic boudoir feel to any home, with elegant handle and matching lid, the teapot is hand finished with stunning gold colour detail. Perfect for serving afternoon tea with guests or for everyday use, more pieces from the Daisy Tea Story collection are available separately to create a wonderfully unique dining experience.Please note: Wedgwood bone china items require specialist care, we recommend that our care guide is read & all care instructions on packaging are checked before washing each item for the first time. The Wedgwood & Vera Wang for Wedgwood care guide can be found here, along with a full list of approved washing detergents.Key features: * Material: Fine Bone China * Dimensions: H16xW14xD25cm * Teapot with lid * Romantic floral design * Gold colour finish * Dishwasher safe * Please read our care guide for full cleaning instructions * Gift box * More pieces available from the Daisy Tea Story range
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  • Denby Dinnerware, Praline Teapot
    macys.com
    More than meets the eye, Denby's Praline teapot boasts standout durability in addition to style. Featuring a classic silhouette in casual stoneware with a unique speckled glaze. Stoneware.
  • Unitea Teapot with Lid Strainer
    abchome.com
    Heat-resistant glass creates the shapely form of this teapot, filled with a simple strainer. The lid, handle, and strainer feel airy and light in transparent glass. Inspired by Zen elements, the pot suggests the cultural tradition of a Japanese tea ceremony.
  • Menu A/S New Norm Kettle Teapot
    shophorne.com
    What happens when Asian zen philosophy is crossed with the sleek elements of Scandinavian design? The result is a teapot with a beautiful aesthetic and flawless function. The MENU Glass Kettle Teapot stimulates all senses during tea time, with a linear Japanese form and supreme clarity. To get a perfect steep for every type of tea, the pot has an easy-to-use egg that lifts above the water line. No bitter tea, no burnt finger, and no dripping on the tea table. Zen, indeed. Packaged in branded gift box. Not for use on stoves.
  • Georg Jensen BLOSSOM tea pot 2A
    georgjensen.com
    Georg Jensen’s very first tea and coffee set takes a number of figures from nature and combines them into a new organic form. Low and stout, with toad’s feet and a magnolia blossom on top this merging of elements was typical of Georg Jensen’s work with flora and fauna. He removed the elements he found fascinating from their natural context and incorporated them in his designs, making them come alive in an imaginative and whimsical way. The flower bud was inspired by Japanese art, which uses the magnolia bud as a symbol of the month of May. The toad is also known in Japan and is a symbol of luck. This set is one of the most typical Art Nouveau of all Georg Jensen’s works because its basic shape is designed as something from nature, not just decorated with natural elements as an afterthought. As typical for Georg Jensen’s pieces the decoration was applied to the top and the bottom of the pieces. The surface of the coffee and tea service is covered with delicate hammer marks – a distinct Georg Jensen style - which softens the reflected light to create the greyish shimmer he associated with moonlight. Originally the service was made with ivory handles, but since the embargo on trade with ivory, to save the elephants, the service has been made with ebony only. Ebony wood is a very hard type of wood. The wooden carver makes each handle especially for the individual pot and creamer. The socket – the small piece where the handle is attached - is handmade and thus may vary slightly from pot to pot - it may be only a 1/10 of a millimetre – but still each handle must be fitted specifically for the individual pot. The silversmith applies the hammer marks to the body of the pieces and solders on the feet as well as the socket to hold the handle and the spout. The spout of the coffee and teapot is made from a flat piece of silver which is bendt around, soldered and then shaped. Before soldering on the spout, holes for the liquid to run through are drilled in the body, and the silversmith will measure and mark precisely where the spout and handle are to be placed – the slightest inaccuracy will make the pot pour askew. Design year: 1905. Materials: Sterling silver, ebony. Measurements: H: 10.5 cm / 4.13 inches Ø: 10.5 cm / 4.13 inches V: 0.3 L / 10.1 ounces.
  • Unimug Red Teapot with Lid Strainer
    abchome.com
    Heat-resistant glass creates the shapely form of this teapot, filled with a simple strainer. Tinged with vibrant color, the set is a modern interpretation of Zen elements, a subtle nod to the Japanese tea ceremony reimagined in contemporary terms. As seen in abcCocina.
  • Lotus Tea Pot
    urbanoutfitters.com
    A minimal modern approach to tea time, this clear glass tea pot is set atop a natural bamboo wood stand. With a removable tea infuser, it is finished with space for a tea light on the bamboo stand to ensure your tea stays warm. Not for stovetop use, this pretty piece really elevates your team time.
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  • Unimug Navy Teapot with Lid Strainer
    abchome.com
    Heat-resistant glass creates the shapely form of this teapot, filled with a simple strainer. Tinged with vibrant color, the set is a modern interpretation of Zen elements, a subtle nod to the Japanese tea ceremony reimagined in contemporary terms.
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  • Marimekko Räsymatto teapot
    marimekko.com
    Fill it with your favorite stories and share with good company. Sami Ruotsalainen designed this teapot as part of the Oiva dinnerware collection. The clean lines and serene character are inspired by Japanese design. Maija Louekari created her Räsymatto pattern to complement its simplicity and tranquility. Made with white stoneware, this three-piece teapot has a natural wood handle for pouring. Take off the lid to remove the stoneware tea strainer. All these details work together to brew the perfect cup of tea. Measurements: 23.7 fl oz.
  • Unimug Yellow Teapot with Lid Strainer
    abchome.com
    Heat-resistant glass creates the shapely form of this teapot, filled with a simple strainer. Tinged with vibrant color, the set is a modern interpretation of Zen elements, a subtle nod to the Japanese tea ceremony reimagined in contemporary terms.
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