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Inspired by the no-repeating infinite π, our design is a π itself in the tea set, as its use gives infinite pleasure. With a circle as the starting point and glass as the carrier, brewing tea becomes a tangible scene thanks to the transparent body. The tea infusion from the leaves in hot water seems "suspended in the air", with the leaves fluttering and the aroma floating all around. Just press the button on the silicone ring at the right time and the clear tea will flow down into the cup, adding great fun to the savoring. The curved cup rim fits well with your lips. You can drink at the right temperature. The holder is of two-layer glass to prevent scalding. With the π Shell (EVA Tea Set Pack) accompanying the π glass tea set for one, you can have a nice cup of tea even on the road.
Package Contents:
High borosilicate glass pot: 1Pcs
PC Plastic lid: 1Pcs
304 Stainless Steel strainer: 1Pcs
The PC Button: 1Pcs
Silicone Ring: 1Pcs
Stainless steel ball: 1Pcs
Double-walled Glass Cup: 1Pcs
White Tea Set Pack: 1Pcs
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BELLA 7-Cup German Schott Glass Electric Kettle with 360 Removable Base by BELLA

  • With one flip of a switch you are boiling water for hot tea,...
  • Featuring a 1500 watt heating element this electric kettle boils...
  • Specially designed no-drip spout is ideal for controlled pours,...

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Take your boiling to the next level with the BELLA 1.7L (7-cup) Electric Glass Kettle. This one of kind kettle is made from high quality and light weight German Schott Glass. With a sleek super light design and easy one-touch operation, this kettle will have you boiling water effortlessly in no time! It boils water faster than a microwave and is safer than a stove. Simply flip the switch and let this electric tea kettle do the work for you. It features a built in auto shutoff feature so you know your kettle turns off as soon as your water reaches the optimal boiling point. Additionally, a filter screen is incorporated to esnure you are getting pure water in your hot beverages. Fast, safe, easy and good looking. That's the BELLA way.


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  • Fire From the Sky

    07/27/15 ,via theTrumpet.com

    Hersey relates the experiences of six people who were in the city the day the bomb detonated: Toshiko Sasaki, an office clerk; Masakazu Fujii, a doctor; Hatsuyo Nakamura, a tailor's widow; Wilhelm Kleinsorge, a German Jesuit priest; Terufumi Sasaki, a

  • Alexander Litvinenko inquiry: key figure pulls out of giving evidence

    07/24/15 ,via The Guardian

    D3 told German police that out of the blue Kovtun mentioned Litvinenko's name, and told him: “Litvinenko is a traitor. He has blood on his Kovtun and Lugovoi allegedly administered the poison themselves, putting it in Litvinenko's teapot. The

  • Teapot racing comes to Christchurch at steampunk festival

    07/07/15 ,via The Press

    Racers modify radio-controlled cars, replacing the bodywork with tea-related paraphernalia such as teapots, cups, or even one miniature tea-service atop a model German tank at Oamaru this year. The drivers have to guide their vehicles around an

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  • Litvinenko suspect had poison, hearing told

    07/24/15 ,via Financial Times

    Litvinenko died an agonising death in November 2006 after the radioactive isotope polonium-210 was slipped into a teapot in Mayfair’s Millennium ... s evidence would be a key part of it. He said German prosecutors had discounted the testimony and called ...

  • Alexander Litvinenko inquiry: key figure pulls out of giving evidence

    07/24/15 ,via theguardian.com

    German police initially did not believe D3’s testimony ... Kovtun and Lugovoi allegedly administered the poison themselves, putting it in Litvinenko’s teapot. The inquiry was due to resume at 9am on Monday to hear Kovtun’s evidence.

  • Turning over a new leaf

    07/24/15 ,via bangkokpost.com

    Exuding a very German standard, the staff are certified with the rigorous Tea Master Silver training programme and all equipment is state-of-the-art, with their own teapots, caddies and strainers designed to ensure error-free ways to serve a cuppa.

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Porcelain teapot decorated with two doves
Porcelain teapot decorated with two doves
Hard paste porcelain teapot decorated with a scene of two doves perched on a quiver before an altar bearing two pierced hearts. There is no makers' mark but identified as made in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province, China about 1762. The scene on this teapot is referred to as the Valentine pattern; the technique of painting in thin black lines with red and gilt details is borrowed from an 18th century German style named schwarzlot, better known on Chinese porcelain for its use in religious subjects, rather than the romantic one shown here. HMCMS:CRH1950.10.36 DPAAML01
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small vintage Siershahn coffee pot
small vintage Siershahn coffee pot
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