White Microwave Safe Teapot
White Pearl Teapot$79.95
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. -Superior quality and design -Dishwasher- and microwave-safe -Made in Japanby Nikko Ceramics
Weave Teapot with Porcelain Infuser$59.95
The simplicity of modern Scandinavian design, rendered in industrial-strength borosilicate glass, makes for a practical, and beautiful, tea-brewing experience. From award-winning British designer Simon Stevens, this stunning teapot is named for the lyrical pierced design of its integrated white porcelain infuser. Lid can be used as an infuser rest to prevent overbrewing. -Borosilicate glass -Porcelain infuser -Microwave-safe -Top-rack dishwasher-safe -Not ...
Our limited-edition earthenware tea set features the inventive artistry of an Italian husband/wife team who create intriguing handcrafted pieces reminiscent of traditional porcelain with more than a touch of the unconventional. Square-off teapot loops an extravagant handle, accented with whimsical, hand-painted stripes and leaf motifs in blue on off-white.
The traditional quality and translucence of fine white bone china are reinterpreted for the modern table in a pristine, contemporary coupe shaped teapot that dresses up or down. Bennett dinnerware also available. -Designed by Martin Hunt -Bone china -Dishwasher-, microwave- and oven-safe to 350 degrees -Made in Bangladesh
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. -Designed by Kathleen Wills -Porcelain -Dishwasher- and microwave-safe -Made in Japan
Inspired by the Bauhaus school movement, this simply beautiful teapot 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 ...
Arzberg Teapot with Warmer$99.95
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 ...