Mccoy Pottery Teapots
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*Our bobuCuisine's graceful teapot offers handcrafted charm and comes with a lovely matching cozy that keeps tea warm longer.
*It is constructed of hand blown glass and is dishwasher safe.
*It includes a stainless steel infuser so you can view the steeping process as it takes place.
*Simply place tea leaves inside the insert, then fill the pot with hot water and place the infuser inside the pot.
*Allow tea leaves to steep for as long as you like, depending upon your personal preferences.
The pot is attractively constructed of high quality glass and durable plastic.
*The cozy warmer is black which adds to the beauty of this tea pot and comes with a heavy duty zipper with large pull so it's quick and easy to remove.
*The lid is attached to the handle so that you'll never lose it. Easily remove the warmer when you need to clean the pot.
Get fresh, delicious tea every time with our stunning tea pot and matching cozy.
*The sleek spherical design will complement your kitchen and look attractive sitting on your countertops.
*Now you can enjoy a refreshing cup of tea whenever you like with our beautiful contemporary teapot and matching cozy.
*Wipe glass pot clean with damp rag if desired. Also dishwasher safe.
Our mission is always to create functional products with stylish designs to make your kitchen look great. We've succeeded.
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One crazing line that looks like a small crack but is not cracked.
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