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Williams-Sonoma 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.
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The classic Salam teapot was first created in 1957 by celebrated French silversmith Guy Degrenne, who was inspired by the ancient ...tradition of Bedouin teapots and the welcoming hospitality of sharing a freshly brewed pot. The elegant design combines a porcelain body with an insulated stainless-steel cover that helps keep tea deliciously warm. Made of white porcelain with a removable insulated 18/10 stainless-steel cover. Felt-lined steel cover helps keep tea at ideal serving temperature for over an hour?twice as long as traditional teapots. Removable aluminum strainer inside holds loose tea leaves; brew tea to your desired strength and then lift out the strainer. 6-cup cap. Hand-wash. Made in France. read more

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Traditional in design, this teapot is fashioned from clear glass, so you can watch the tea steeping. Once it reaches the desired s...trength, press the plunger of its infuser to instantly halt the brewing process, preventing the tea from tasting bitter. The hand-blown borosilicate glass, which was developed for laboratory use, combines extreme heat resistance with high clarity and durability. Generously sized, the stainless-steel infuser provides plenty of space for the tea leaves to release their full flavor; it can also be used for holding (and easily removing) tea bags. The handle provides a cool, comfortable hold, and the spout pours neatly. The lid is stainless steel. Dishwasher safe. 34-oz. cap. for four cups of tea; 5 1/2" high. Made in China. read more

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