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Robust Earthenware teapots made from terracotta, earthenware and midfire clays designed to provide a good brew and to keep the tea warm. The teapot shown is a unique, original, product made by the site owner. Only one is available and with each sale a different teapot is offered.




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Made to the best standards using quality materials, this is a midfire (earthenware/stoneware) ceramic Teapot. The pot is glazed with the potters own midfire ceramic glaze fired to approx. 1150 C, 2100 F, and is suitable for use in the home. Capacity is 3-4 cups (1 cup = 200-250ml). This is the standard fluid measurement, but is more like the size of a mug than a teacup.

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