Tea Pots - Loose Tea
Historians believe teapots were invented around the year 1500 in Yixing, China. As international trade in tea grew, so did demand for the pots. By the 17th century, teapots were being used as ballast in ships to be sold alongside loose-leaf teas throughout the British Empire.
We’ve sourced a wide selection of teapots in a number of styles and construction types, complete with internal strainers and infusers. Stylish and food safe, choose from numerous stainless, glass and ceramic varieties.
Classically styled teapots made from durable ceramic, dipped in a multitude of food safe colors.
See what you’re brewing with these eye-catching glass teapots. Crafted from heat resistant Pyrex.
Traditional Japanese cast iron Tetsubin pot. The gold standard when it comes to brewing green teas.
Infinitely stylish, infinitely durable. Stainless steel teapots made from food safe 18/8 grade stainless. Won’t corrode.