Satin-Finish Teapot with Infuser

$ 30.95 

  • Satin-Finish Teapot with Infuser
  • Satin-Finish Teapot with Infuser
  • Satin-Finish Teapot with Infuser
  • Satin-Finish Teapot with Infuser
  • Satin-Finish Teapot with Infuser
  • Satin-Finish Teapot with Infuser

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Soothe your senses with these soft-touch, 14-oz. or 32-oz. porcelain teapots in your choice of three pastel colors: cotton white, lavender mist, and aqua green. Now you're ready for a mindful cup of tea.

Includes a sample of one of our teas.
  • Product Details
  • Fun Facts
      • Teapot Dimension, 14-oz: Length:6.375" x Width:3.75" x Height: 5.25" (Length:16.2 cm x Width:9.5 cm x Height:13.3 cm)
      • Product Weight, 14-oz: 1.00 LB. (456g.)
      • Teapot Dimension: 32-oz: Length 7.5" x Width:4.75" x Height 6.75" (Length:19.1 cm x  Width:17.1 cm x Height:12.1 cm)
      • Product Weight, 32-oz: 1.76 LB. (680g.)
      • Parts and Materials:  
        • Infuser Basket Material: Stainless Steel / Polypropylene
          - Dishwasher-safe
          - BPA-free
          - Heat resistant up to 120°C/240°F
          - Condensed extra-fine holes to circulate the tea efficiently
          - Handle for easy access to control infusing time 
        • Lid: Lead-free High-fired Ceramic / Silicone
          - Silicone gasket keeps the lid in place
          - Dishwasher-safe, but hand wash recommended
          - BPA-free
          - Heat resistant up to 120°C/248°F  
        • Pot: Lead-free High-fired Ceramic
          - Dishwasher-safe, but hand wash recommended
          - Microwavable 
        • All materials used for these products are food-safe.
    • The teapot was invented in China during the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368)
    • To keep teapots hot after tea was first brewed, early English households used the tea cozy, a padded fabric covering, much like a hat, that slips over the teapot. Often decorated with lace or log cabin motifs in the early 1900s, the modern tea cozy has come back into fashion with the resurgence of loose-leaf tearooms

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