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  1. Nagoya Teapot

    £40.00

    Inspired by a minimal Japanese aesthetic, the Nagoya Ceramics Collection by leading designer Alison Appleton has been crafted in smooth, matt black clay and finished with a dark blue textured glaze. Ceramicists have been crafting tea sets from black clay for centuries, and this...
  2. The Willow Porcelain Collection 6-Cup Teapot

    £35.00

    Ceramics designer Dinah Body is well known for her contemporary twists on tradition, and this elegant interpretation of classic Willow pattern porcelain adds a touch of modern wit to the typical tea table. The Willow pattern first became popular in the 18th century, inspired by...
  3. The Willow Porcelain Collection 2-Cup Teapot

    £25.00

    Ceramics designer Dinah Body is well known for her contemporary twists on tradition, and this elegant interpretation of classic Willow pattern porcelain adds a touch of modern wit to the typical tea table. The Willow pattern first became popular in the 18th century, inspired by...
  4. Blue Stump Teapot

    £25.00

    ForLife was established in Los Angeles in 1994 by ceramic designer Masa Fujii.    This contemporary range of infuser teapots are designed for their simplicity and function and are available in an array of colours.  Each teapot comes with an extra fine stainless...
  5. Blue Curve Teapot

    £45.00

    ForLife was established in Los Angeles in 1994 by ceramic designer Masa Fujii.    This contemporary range of infuser teapots are designed for their simplicity and function and are available in an array of colours.  Each teapot comes with an extra fine stainless...
  6. Turquoise Stump Teapot

    £25.00

    ForLife was established in Los Angeles in 1994 by ceramic designer Masa Fujii.    This contemporary range of infuser teapots are designed for their simplicity and function and are available in an array of colours.  Each teapot comes with an extra fine stainless...
  7. Turquoise Curve Teapot

    £45.00

    ForLife was established in Los Angeles in 1994 by ceramic designer Masa Fujii.    This contemporary range of infuser teapots are designed for their simplicity and function and are available in an array of colours.  Each teapot comes with an extra fine stainless...
  8. Cast Iron Violet Blue Teapot

    £80.00

    For more than 100 years, IWACHU has been the largest producer of cast iron tapots and kitchenware in Japan. Teapots are made by pouring 1500cc of hot liquid iron into the mould which is then left to cool and harden. They are then released from the mould and are individually smoothed...
  9. Smeraldina Teapot

    £90.00

    Infusing together the influences of the West with the exoticism of the Orient, the Hybrid range is produced in Tangshan, by Italian company Seletti. The range is designed to reflect on, and celebrate, the ancient production of ceramics in China and the origination of fine bone...
  10. Blue Chintz 6- Cup Teapot

    £45.00

    Chintz originated in 17th century India, where pretty all-over floral patterns were hand painted or block printed onto fabrics. Our Blue Chintz range of fine bone china combines dainty blue flowers with delicate lace to recreate these striking designs. Each piece is created exclusively...
  11. Blue Chintz 2- Cup Teapot

    £35.00

      Chintz originated in 17th century India, where pretty all-over floral patterns were hand painted or block printed onto fabrics. Our Blue Chintz range of fine bone china combines dainty blue flowers with delicate lace to recreate these striking designs. Each piece is created...
  12. Blue Chintz Tea For One

    £45.00

      Chintz originated in 17th century India, where pretty all-over floral patterns were hand painted or block printed onto fabrics. Our Blue Chintz range of fine bone china combines dainty blue flowers with delicate lace to recreate these striking designs. Each piece is created...