Let's talk teapots! Do you prefer ceramic? Glass? Cast iron or porcelain? We love them all. And there's a teapot for everyone in our Tea Shop. 

Our teapot range is exclusively hand-picked by our tea experts here at Cup of Tea. The range is comprehensive and features glass, ceramic, porcelain and cast-iron teapots to suit every taste. From contemporary and cool to classic and colourful we have little and big family-sized teapots, as well as handy pots for one. Some of our teapots feature built-in filters for your favourite loose-leaf teas, while others are classic in design for all types of tea.





Cast-Iron Teapots

Enjoy a cup of tea Japanese-style, with one or our beautiful cast iron teapots. Their looks will make them the star attraction in any kitchen, while their sturdy construction means they will stand the test of time. What is more, the cast iron will distribute and retain the heat of your tea – keeping it warm for longer.



Xilin Cast-Iron Teapots

We have a fantastic selection of cast iron teapots ranging in sizes and styles. Our cast iron teapots are available in a variety of colours, including black, red, blue and green. They have a stainless-steel filter for effortless tea brewing and an enamelled interior for easy cleaning.

Our classic Xilin Teapots are available in three colourways; blue/blackgreen and red. These traditional Japanese style teapots are available singly or as part of a set with matching cups and trivet. This teapot is a classic Japanese teapot, glazed on the inside and includes a stainless-steel filter.

Xilin Cast Iron Teapot Set - Red 

Check out our other cast-iron teapots, cups and sets here!



Porcelain Teapots

China or Porcelain clay is made from the mineral Kaolin, also known as ‘china clay’. It is soft in nature and can be expertly moulded into either elaborate or simple designs. The mineral is also used in the production of fine paper, paint, cosmetics and other products. Kaolin is named after a hill in China where the mineral has been mined for centuries. Revered for centuries, this mineral is one of the purest forms of clay there is.

Our China and Porcelain teapot range are small but perfectly curated. It features the Zaara range, which is contemporary yet elegant with bold glazes that can last a lifetime.  Our Elisabeth teapot range takes on a more classic form and the design features take on slightly decorative elements in the handle, spout and lid.

Browse our full range of China & Porcelain teapots.



Zaara Porcelain Matt Teapots

Our porcelain Zaara Teapots are beautifully modern in design and come in a range of colours – Matt Sky Blue, Matt Petrol and Matt Grey. The larger capacity Zaara porcelain teapots come with a stainless-steel lid and removable stainless steel strainer and make between 4-5 cups of tea.

Zaara Porcelain Matt Teapots




Glass Teapots

The beauty of glass teapots, and why we love them, is that you can watch your tea leaves work their magic. Glass, in nature, is elegant and offers itself well to highly stylish designs. Our range of glass teapots offers something to all tastes and budgets.

We stock a stunning Mono range, designed by Tassilo von Grolman for Mono exclusively. The handmade glass teapots and accessories are unusually contemporary and refine the tea-drinking experience. The brand is synonymous with exquisite design and top-quality craftsmanship and features unique forms of glass and stainless steel.

Our Verona glass teapots are aimed for everyday use, include a built-in glass tea leaf strainer and are dishwasher-safe for convenience of use.

Our Elio and Finum ranges come in 400ml capacity and come with inner glass strainers, ideal for loose-leaf teas. 

Browse our full range of glass teapots.



Glass Verona Teapot

The Verona glass teapot is an elegant classic shaped teapot that comes in two sizes – 1 Litre and ½ Litre. The single-walled glass teapot also contains a glass strainer and lid, ideal for loose-leaf teas. The glass strainer can be removed for your favourite tea bags too!

Our customers say, "Love the teapot - nice quality, and I may be odd, but I like seeing the tea brewing. The pot holds the heat well too, so no cold tea!"

Verona Glass Teapot




Posted by cup of tea admin
5th March 2024

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