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A beautiful statement piece for your camp kit or home kitchen. Ideal for quickly heating water for camp coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and more. This kettle features a hand-finished, baked stainless steel trim that creates a bronze-like patina finish.
Hand wash only. Do not microwave.
Available in Charcoal, Eggshell, Mint, and Slate Gray.
Charcoal is a beautiful, rustic, dusky gray-black that evokes a sense of warmth and looks handsome both indoors and outside.
Eggshell's creamy white color and speckled texture make dishes pop and creates a gorgeous, curated look on any table.
Mint is a vivid, blue-green pop of color that gives a nostalgic nod towards the era of growth and optimism. Vintage-lovers approved.
Our classic colorway. Slate Gray is a beautiful, earthy mix of blue-gray reminiscent of slate rock. It complements every experience - from sharing coffee on the porch to alfresco dinner gatherings.
Perfect size, great quality and aesthetically pleasing. So happy with all of my purchases!
I've been looking for a teapot for over a year now, and was picky enough to wait until I found one I could keep out on my stove all the time. This is the one I went with, and I do NOT regret it! It heats up super fast, it's light, it's durable, and it's ADORABLE. I couldn't love it anymore than I do. Absolutely recommend!
I wanted to love this pot so much, it’s a great style, love the wide lid/fill area, and is built to last. Sadly, because I wanted to use it as an everyday tea kettle, it was smaller than what we needed (it didn’t quite fill our 50 oz French press coffee maker, necessitating two batches.) I did keep it for other uses, but it’s put away rather than sitting on our stove as I had hoped. If you’re boiling smaller quantities it would be perfect.
Yes, in comparing this tea pot to authentic yixing ones, this is definitely a good value for the price. It’s longevity will last in its materials and ability to swap between different heating methods. It is very stylish, will match with most any aesthetic and the contents within will heat up quickly depending on what heat source one uses (which is a good thing!) And it beats trying to use one’s food pots as a way of heating water. The only negative is getting used to the handle of the pot and the lid. Each are rather good at not getting hot, but when pouring out the steam that escapes can discomfort one’s hand due to how close in proximity the handles/metal surfaces are with each other. Though, this might not be a cause for concern at all if left to cool.
I absolutely could not wait to get this teapot and it is just stunning.!! I love displaying it on my flat top stove. Gorgeous!