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Nothing is more soothing than a nice cup of tea. Having the right tea pot to brew your tea makes a world of difference!
You will love tea time when you use Venoly’s Stainless Steel Tea Pot!
About This Product:
• Stainless Steel
• Suitable for use with both loose tea & tea bags
• Removable Infuser
• Satin Finished
• Assorted Sizes
• Heat Resistant
• Dishwasher Safe
• Dishwasher Safe
• Thickness: 0.7mm
Our teapot is made from high grade stainless steel that protects it against rust and is heat resistant to prevent burns. It looks great too! The mirror finish looks great with any kitchen décor and color scheme and is a wonderful basic kitchen staple to have on hand to treat yourself or to impress company.
Choose from TWO different sizes!
This teapot is available in:
• 1 Liter (4 Cups)
• 1.5 Liter (6 Cups)
With this tea pot you get all of the old school charm of vintage tea pots. You can transport yourself back to a different time, while enjoying superior quality and taste. Additionally, we at Venoly care about our customers and want to provide you with convenient products that keep your busy schedule in mind. That’s why this tea pot is conveniently dishwasher safe so clean-up is a cinch!
Venoly’s Stainless Steel Tea Pot is suitable for use with both loose tea and tea bags!
For those days when you don’t have time to visit your favorite tea shop a quick store run will do! Pick up your favorite brand of tea bags and use with our tea pot. Our tea pot is suitable for use with loose tea and tea bags as well.
This quaint tea pot makes the perfect gift for just about anyone. It’s a fail safe and thoughtful gift for newlyweds, anniversaries, a host or hostess, the holidays, graduation and housewarming! Pick your teapot up today for quality and taste that is simply unmatched!
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Unity Cast Iron "Sakura" Teapot -Moss Green finish. This graceful cast iron teapot is decorated with a traditional Bamboo motif. Inspired by highly prized antique Japanese cast iron teapots still in use today. Features a black porcelain enamel interior coating that helps prevent rust Includes a stainless steel tea brewing basket for ease of preparation. For brewing and serving tea; Not intended for stovetop use. 37oz. capacity. Hand Wash Depth: 8" Height: 7 .75" Width: 9 1/2"
Unity Cast Iron "Positivity" Teapot - Moss Green Finish. Graceful, elegant cast iron Tetsubin teapot crafted in the Japanese style Inspired by highly prized antique Japanese cast iron teapots still in use today. Features a black enamel interior Coated that helps prevent rust Includes a stainless steel tea brewing basket for ease of preparation For brewing and serving tea. Not intended for stovetop use. 26 Oz. capacity Hand Wash Depth: 7 .75" Height: 5 1/2" Width: 8 3/4"
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