Tea Pot - #169
Can’t find a teapot that’s unique? Look no further!
This teapot is perfect for steeping and serving tea,
but not boiling water! Check our matching coffee
cups for a coordinated look!
Style A: Handle is opposite of spout
Style B: Handle is on top
Please note when you purchase which style you would like.
1. Pre-heat good-tasting water, such as filtered or
spring, in a kettle. Then pour into our tea pot. Avoid
tap water; it may contain chemicals which will affect
the taste of the tea. Don’t over-boil, as this depletes
the oxygen and compromises flavor.
2. Brew teas loose for best taste. Use one teaspoon
for compact teas and three tablespoons for
voluminous teas. Steep for 2-3 minutes, taste, and
repeat if needed.
3. Strain and enjoy. Use a small cup strainer when
pouring into a cup. Most teas are meant to be
infused several times.
All tea pots are handmade on the potter's wheel.
Microwave, oven, dishwasher, and food safe.
Made in Iowa, U.S.A.
5 1/2 inches in diameter
6 inches in height
56 fluid ounces
Also Known As:
Tea Pouring Vessel
Additional Information (click on the links for even more info):
- Item availability: We have many items in-stock but our inventory is very fluid.
- After you place an order, you will receive a detailed email letting you know if your item is in-stock or not.
- IF time is an issue, please CALL (during open hours) or EMAIL us for item availability BEFORE purchasing. We are happy to answer questions.
- In-stock items: We will hold or ship the item ASAP.
- Out-of-stock items: We will create it for you in 3-14 weeks (depending on the season and the quantity of orders in our queue).
- Shipping Policy: We ship through USPS.
- Handmade Pottery Policy: This is what to expect in regards to our pottery.
- Every item is made by hand on the potter's wheel or hand-formed using the slab table. This makes each one unique as a fingerprint.
- Pictures online are a good representation of what the pottery looks like; what you receive is not the exact same item in the picture.
- Pots may vary in shape, size, glaze, and patterns from kiln load to kiln load.
- Our pottery glaze colors might look different depending on what they are viewed on (computer monitor or device). Our Glaze Color Options page shows many items (from different kiln loads) in the same glaze color for you to see the color range.