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DiggingDogFarm

DiggingDogFarm

11 minutes ago, andiesenji said:

Many people prefer the Chatsford stoneware teapots because they hold heat better than china or porcelain.

 

RSVP  makes one that is dishwasher and microwave safe - many teapots should not go into the microwave.

 

I have given several people this teapot from Adagio, along with a selection of teas and everyone has said that they love it. They feel it is the perfect size (24 oz) and the recessed finial means it does not get knocked off.  It's inexpensive, practical but not bright white, it is more of an ivory.

It too is dishwasher and microwave safe.  

 

Thanks @andiesenji :)

 

ETA: I do prefer bright white or even black, I do have some nice black cups left.

DiggingDogFarm

DiggingDogFarm

10 minutes ago, andiesenji said:

Many people prefer the Chatsford stoneware teapots because they hold heat better than china or porcelain.

 

RSVP  makes one that is dishwasher and microwave safe - many teapots should not go into the microwave.

 

I have given several people this teapot from Adagio, along with a selection of teas and everyone has said that they love it. They feel it is the perfect size (24 oz) and the recessed finial means it does not get knocked off.  It's inexpensive, practical but not bright white, it is more of an ivory.

It too is dishwasher and microwave safe.  

 

Thanks @andiesenji :)

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