Tea Pots - Cookware
Mon Jan 06 00:00:00 MST 2014captmarks Rating:5.0
This is a very well made tea pot, as a matter of fact the best one I have ever owned!
Thu Apr 23 00:00:00 MDT 2015mpunzi Rating:5.0
What can I say about a tea pot, the color is great with my kitchen and it does its job perfectly
Wed Jan 06 00:00:00 MST 2016Bryan C. Rating:4.0
I love this teapot, it is heavy, it is enameled cast iron and made in the USA. There are only two things you should know if you are going to buy this teapot. 1. You cannot put this on the burner and boil water in it to make tea. You must add hot water to the pot from another pot. 2. The tea strainer that comes with the pot does not come close to the bottom, so you must make a full pot every time.
Sun Jan 31 00:00:00 MST 2016Joyce S. Rating:5.0
Title was named "Future Family Heirloom" because most likely this teapot will be handed down to the next generation and more. Perfect sized teapot that holds as much as 3 or more good size cups of favorite tea. The tea strainer holds loose tea or tea bag(s) is a desirable feature. A big plus is the metal stand that houses the teapot included with the attractive shaped teapot. The color is a soft earth tone purple. The teapot handle and stand is black. Priced right and definitely a must for a tea pot collection or gift for a tea lover.
Fri Oct 02 00:00:00 MDT 2015Ronda B. Rating:3.0
I wanted a large teapot to replace one that got broken. This did NOT fit the bill. I measured, and it holds about 35Oz filled to the rim without the infuser basket. There's no way you will be able to brew a 40Oz pot of tea. The only reason I didn't return it was the blue design--it matches my kitchen and I'll use it occasionally. Also this is not a teapot you can throw in the dishwasher, which translates to high maintenance for me.
Tue Jul 15 00:00:00 MDT 2014garver Rating:3.0
Loved the color but the tea pot was tinny and too small. I wanted a tea pot I could fill easily and wouldn't weigh as much as my stainless steal tea pot. It fit the bill but I just don't like it.
Tue Dec 02 00:00:00 MST 2014Figaro Rating:5.0
My old green tea pot was 45 years old. It finally developed a hole. So I searched the internet until I found this one on Overstock. Its wonderful and I expect to have it for another 45 years.
Wed Jul 01 00:00:00 MDT 2015Lindsay L. Rating:4.0
Love the tea pot, especially the color. Has worked well for me so far- wish it whistled tho :(
Sun Dec 27 00:00:00 MST 2015knitdr Rating:5.0
I had wanted a cast iron tea pot for some time. I waited for the post Thanksgiving sale and so got the perfect size at an amazing price. It keeps the tea hot for longer and is easy to use as it is no wash, just rinse and dry. This should last for years
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