I love the look of glass and how it captures the light when placed on a table. I especially like how the unique curves are defined when I add my favorite beverage yet, I have always hesitated to purchase a lot of glass items due to the breakage and durability concerns. So, I usually end up...
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Brew loose-leaf tea with ease with Teaposy’s Socrates Teapot. Handmade of borosilicate glass, this 20oz double-walled insulated teapot features a removable metal filter that is built directly into the spout and an angular handle for easy pouring. Crafted with 20% recycled materials, the Socrates Teapot can handle temperatures from -4° to 300°F, maintains the heat longer, and is microwave and top-rack-dishwasher safe. Packaged in an elegant and artistic box, the Teaposy Socrates Teapot makes the perfect gift for any occasion.
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Features and Benefits
Each piece of Teaposy Glassware is hand-blown with the utmost care and precision to create a product that is truly one of a kind. Designed to present an unparalleled tea experience, Teaposy Glassware gives you maximum clarity for a full view of your blooming tea. Teaposy’s elegant logo is featured on each piece, and with a variety of sizes and styles to fit any occasion you can collect the entire set.
Teaposy Glassware is made from Borosilicate glass to withstand temperatures between -4o to 300oF. The addition of the Soul Mates cup and saucer to any Teaposy teapot will create a seamless set, making it perfect for serving the delicious Silver Needle White Tea. Teaposy Glassware can even be used on gas stovetops under low heat, but electric heat should be avoided to maintain the durability and clarity of this traditional tea ware.
Made From Recycled Material
The entire Teaposy Glassware collection is made from 20% recycled material for a tea experience that is not only beautiful, but also environmentally friendly. With all natural teas and partially recycled glassware, Teaposy offers an exceptional assortment of products to capture the art of blooming tea.