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Tea Pots

If you like to warm up on a cool day with a hot cup of tea, buy a quality teapot for steeping loose-leaf or bagged tea. Teapots, generally made of cast iron, glass, or ceramic, come in several sizes to steep a single serving or several cups at once. You also need to buy a teakettle to heat the water on the stove before it goes into the teapot.
Mikasa
$139.99
at Belk.com

Mikasa Modernist Red Teapot. Modernist is a sophisticated transitional pattern that creates a truly sleek and unique look for your... table. Sleek lines and a contemporary silhouette make Modernist the perfect pattern for sophisticated dining. read more

Mikasa
$59.99
at Mikasa

Tea Pot - Platinum & Gold Floral Decor - Matte Rim - Platinum Trim

Mikasa
$99.99
at Mikasa

Teapots and Tea Service Sets. Simply stunning, this Infinity Band teapot by Mikasa is made from high-quality, chip-resistant white... porcelain with a beautiful scroll design and platinum metal ring accent. White porcelain with metallic accents and hints of texture create a captivating look Chip-resistant, high-quality porcelain offers long life Not microwave-safe Hand wash only Size: 38.75-oz. capacity Imported read more

Mikasa

Teapot w/Cover, 20 oz., 6-3/4', Mikasa, Grandes Tables, Rondo, (old model #M3400-328), Teapot w/Cover - serve in style. Cardinal p...repares the foodservice professional for every occasion. Through our extensive collection of glassware, dinnerware, and cutlery, we provide comprehensive serving solutions to meet the demands of the foodservice industry. read more

Mikasa

Teapot w/Cover, 15 oz., 4-/4' x 5-3/4', Mikasa, Grandes Tables, Horizon, (old model #M2489-328), Teapot w/Cover - serve in style. ...Cardinal prepares the foodservice professional for every occasion. Through our extensive collection of glassware, dinnerware, and cutlery, we provide comprehensive serving solutions to meet the demands of the foodservice industry. read more

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