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Vanika Stainless Steel Tea Kettle; Whistling Teapot Design; Large 3.0L (3.2 Quart) by Vanika

  • WHISTLES WHEN IT'S READY! The classic "whistling kettle" design...
  • HEAT-RESISTANT HANDLE PREVENTS BURNS! Special "Safety-Silicone"...
  • OVERSTOCK SALE: 40% OFF We're making space for new inventory!...

$42.99

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When you want the world's BEST best-looking, best-performing and best guarantee? You want THIS stainless steel whistling tea kettle!

This teapot is really something special. The stunning mirror stainless steel finish is simply dazzling. It's the first thing your friends and guests will notice when they walk in your kitchen. You'll be proud to display it on your stove top, glistening in the light!

But don't let the good looks deceive you. This is not just a "pretty" kettle that's there "just for looks". Not at all. This is the most functional and convenient whistling kettle you'll ever find on the market.

It boasts top-quality construction made in one of the finest factories. Everything from the stamped stainless steel to the welds and the quality of the "Safety Silicon" handle just says quality. The handle won't burn you.

Every day you'll look forward to boiling your water in this whistling tea kettle. The classic whistling comes from the steam pressure going up through the whistle and this one has a special tone that's unlike any other you've heard. You'll actually delight when you hear it! It will even take you back in time, if you're old enough to appreciate the good things of days gone by.

Plus, it works on ALL kitchen cooktops; electric, gas, ceramic and even works with most induction stove tops!

You'll also appreciate that this excellent kettle comes with a 100% Money-Back Guarantee of Satisfaction. If you're ever dissatisfied with it, return it and get a refund of your purchase price for up to a year! The manufacturer's warranty against defects is for the lifetime of the kettle, too!

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Length: 9 inches
Width: 10 inches (total width of side profile including spout)
Height: 9 inches
Weight: 1.8 lbs

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Forlife Bell Glass Teapot with Basket Infuser, 14-Ounce/430ml, Red by FORLIFE

  • Pot-Borosilicate glass; Baket Infuser-Stainless...
  • Dishwasher-safe, but hand-wash recommended for glass pot
  • Product must NOT be placed on direct flame or heating element

$26.00

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The stylish bell-shaped glass teapot, complete with the basket infuser with handle and the "push-on-lid", allows you to remove the infuser at the optimal time. an enchanting dance of aroma and color will unfold before your eyes. cleaning is hassle free with the detachable lid.


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Bonjour - Zen Borsilicate Glass 42oz Teapot by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

This is the perfect fusion of strength and beauty. The elegant hand blown glass design is accented by a classic bamboo handle rest on an elevated bamboo base. It features a borosilicate glass body and a removable stainless steel micromesh filter.

$49.99

Gold Collection Petite Treasured Friend Teapot Counted Cros-6X6 by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

Conversation and a hot cup of tea-what could be more comforting? Subdued in its coloration, the design captures every precious detail. Kit contains cotton thread, 18-count beige Aida, and needle. Finished size: 6 by 6 inches

$11.20

The makings of a teapot

I tried a Mishima technique, of carving the design, applying underglaze, then scraping away the glaze which would remain in the carved grooves. I didn't have any underglaze to use, so used some Mayco designer liner glaze, which is pretty stable. I need to practice much more on this technique, but for my first try, I learned a lot. I do plan to go back and smooth a bit more of the surface around the bee design. Source: Alchemy of Clay

Latest News

  • Teapots steeped in tradition

    08/12/15 ,via Contra Costa Times

    Once participants learn teapot construction basics, they can then design their own teapot. Janice Morgan, a student in his ceramics class at the Civic Arts studio, said Newton's passion for creating visually beautiful and functional pottery is truly

  • Madison art examines war, climate change and teapots

    08/13/15 ,via Wisconsin Gazette

    The display, on loan from the Racine Art Museum, boasts 40 different ceramic teapots of both classic and contemporary design. Think of the works as practical counterpoints to the largely abstract and expressive ceramics works of the past half-century

  • Kovels antiques: Rare and valuable veilleuse

    08/15/15 ,via Observer-Reporter

    A small teapot was added to the veilleuse in the early 1800s. The teapot was heated by an oil lamp. A three-part Picture, memorial, flowers, human hair, deep shadow box, oval, applied floral rim design, c. 1880, 13 1/2 x 12 inches, $150. • Trivet

Twitter

Easy-to-use ingenuiTEA teapot whose ingenious design has been featured in The New York Times Time Magazine & HGTV >> http://t.co/o7zT0CpRCW 08/16/15, @SoccerPartners
Small Chinese Yixing Teapot Geometric Pattern Design with Marked Lid and Base http://t.co/oAoq5FRBCB http://t.co/LNrUNzTBTq 08/16/15, @incredibtem
Black Glazed Teapot with Cover From Japan Hand Painted Gold Floral Design 494M-C http://t.co/JqvaVdvAIs http://t.co/6RJLvuY5u0 08/16/15, @quinteroserafi3

Recipes

  • Teapot Cake

    pound cake, food coloring, frosting, food coloring

  • Spool Sugar Cookies

    baking soda, powdered sugar, cream of tartar, eggs, flour, margarine, salt, vanilla extract, vegetable oil, sugar, sugar

  • Mint Wafer Cookies

    baking soda, butter, chocolate, eggs, flour, brown sugar, semisweet chocolate chips, salt, water

Books

  • 500 Teapots

    Lark Books. 2015. ISBN: 157990341X,9781579903411. 416 pages.

    Showcases five hundred creative teapots, from wheel-thrown to handbuilt, crafted in a variety of styles and artistic traditions.

  • Eighteenth-century English Porcelain in the Collection of the Indianapolis Museum of Art

    Indiana University Press. 1987. ISBN: 0936260114,9780936260112. 280 pages.

    "This very thorough catalogue, with excellent footnotes and bibliography, firmly places the subject in its broadest context." —Apollo Covers approximately 95 pieces, representing Chelsea, Bow, Derby, Worcester, Chamberlain-Worcester, Caughley, Longton Hall, Spode, and Hilditch and Sons.

Bing news feed

  • 10 best teapots

    08/15/15 ,via The Independent

    Danish super designer Arne Jacobsen created this teapot for Stelton, breaking with all the rules of a traditional pot. In polished stainless steel, with round body and a strange profile to spout and handle, it is an industrial design classic (hence the ...

  • Three share the spotlight at Arcata Artisans

    08/13/15 ,via Times-Standard

    My favorite form is the teapot as it inherently presents endless design options to which I love to add a bit of whimsy wherever possible.” Fierce uses many types of materials to create her nature-inspired work, and her repertoire includes everything from ...

  • How to design your life for happiness

    08/14/15 ,via theguardian.com

    But good design is ultimately about being creative so you can leave something better than you found it, whether that’s a teapot or a cycle lane. And I believe a design-led approach to life can create more empathetic, individual and fair solutions for us ...

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Kettle Lamp
Kettle Lamp
Lamp made of an aluminum kettle.
Photo by Jonas' Design on Flickr
Blue Earth Teapot, Teapieces by Leroy Von Glan, Nordstrand Visual Arts Gallery, WSC
Blue Earth Teapot, Teapieces by Leroy Von Glan, Nordstrand Visual Arts Gallery, WSC
Artist Statement The teapot – in the historical procession of all ceramic vessels – has had a very short time of existence. Tea head been brewed for several thousand years in large cauldrons or individually by the cup, but it wasn’t until the 1500s in the vicinity of Yixing, China that the first evidence of teapots were made (by Buddhiist monks, no less). Even at the onset, teapot design wasn’t taken seriously. The earliest examples had a trompe l’oeil feel to them; looking like a melon, a wood stump, a bundle of bamboo or tied-up sack. The legacy of the teapot was not to be just a beverage brewer, but also have a sculptural and presentational presence while doing it. The present-day teapot has evolved into a ceramic artist’s subject, very similar to what a landscape or a portrait is to a painter. The function must be recognized for the form’s aesthetic to be revealed. I treat the creation of a teapot as a design project; a form-follows-function invention with self-imposed...
Photo by ali eminov on Flickr
Orange Teapot, Teapieces by Leroy Von Glan, Nordstrand Visual Arts Gallery, WSC
Orange Teapot, Teapieces by Leroy Von Glan, Nordstrand Visual Arts Gallery, WSC
Artist Statement The teapot – in the historical procession of all ceramic vessels – has had a very short time of existence. Tea head been brewed for several thousand years in large cauldrons or individually by the cup, but it wasn’t until the 1500s in the vicinity of Yixing, China that the first evidence of teapots were made (by Buddhiist monks, no less). Even at the onset, teapot design wasn’t taken seriously. The earliest examples had a trompe l’oeil feel to them; looking like a melon, a wood stump, a bundle of bamboo or tied-up sack. The legacy of the teapot was not to be just a beverage brewer, but also have a sculptural and presentational presence while doing it. The present-day teapot has evolved into a ceramic artist’s subject, very similar to what a landscape or a portrait is to a painter. The function must be recognized for the form’s aesthetic to be revealed. I treat the creation of a teapot as a design project; a form-follows-function invention with self-imposed...
Photo by ali eminov on Flickr
Loving this teapot design .
Loving this teapot design .
Teapot applique design by Big Dreams Embroidery
Teapot applique design by Big Dreams Embroidery
... favourite past winners of the ‘A’ design award & competition
... favourite past winners of the ‘A’ design award & competition