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Tea Cup Set of 4 - Modern Double Wall Glass Insulated Teacups Best Paired with your Teapot or Coffee (2.5 oz)

by Kitchables
Price: $39.99 Buy Now

Features:
  • TRUSTED BY TEA LOVERS WORLDWIDE. Buying from Kitchables gets you a lifetime 100% manufacturer's warranty, no kidding. If you're not satisfied, you get your money back.
  • SIGNATURE DOUBLE WALLED GLASS OUR CUSTOMERS LOVE: Want to enjoy your tea, latte of any other hot beverage for longer? Keep your drink at the perfect temperature without getting burnt! Our industry leading double-wall glasses make sure your hands stay safe while the enamel is cool to the touch!
  • STRONG AND DURABLE MATERIAL: Forget outdated porcelain saucers with our simple, elegant design made of borosilicate glass that's light for easy maintenance and handling. Use your teacups how you want to - our glasses are mouth-blown, dishwasher and microwave safe and great with your favorite tea with an increased capacity of 2.5oz (75ml)!

Product description

Sit down and relax with your favorite cuppa tea

Take a minute for yourself and enjoy while your sip on your favorite new glass tea cup! You will never want to be without yours once you try our Kitchables glass tea set! Share with a friend, use as a gift or keep it all to yourself (We won't judge, we promise!) and complete your Kitchen with our simple, elegant glasses that look great with your favorite tea. Want to know why to choose Kitchables over competitor teacup and saucer sets?

What do you get with the Kitchables Double Wall Glass Teacups?

Simple, modern and minimal design - the perfect addition to your kitchen decor and great for entertaining Ideal gift set for the tea junkie in your lifeOur new teacup sizes hold up to an increased capacity of 2.5oz which means up to 75ml of your favorite tea drink!Double walled glass ensures that your tea stays hot. Our teacups keep your drink warmer, longer - while the outer glass stays cool to the touch Durable and easy to clean means less hassle and more tea time. Our premium scratch-resistant borosilicate material keeps your teacups dishwasher and microwave safe Don't miss out and grab your Kitchables teacup set 4 of today!



Tea Infuser & Cold Brew Coffee Maker - Tea Cup Steeper with Strainer – Travel Mug for Coffee, Loose Leaf Tea Infusers & Fruit Filter –Teapot Diffuser - Glass Water Bottle - 14oz Tumbler with Sleeve

by UEndure, Inc.
List price: $34.99 Price: $31.95 Buy Now

Features:
  • ★ Works great with course coffee grinds and all types of loose leaf tea, including our Organic UEndure Green Tea, also available on Amazon.
  • ★ Risk free purchase. You're protected by a 30 day, no-questions asked, money back guarantee
  • ★ Perfect for cold brew coffee or tea. Simply fill the infuser with your favorite tea or coarsely ground coffee, add cold water and refrigerate.

Product description

The UEndure Tea Infuser Bottle is a sleek, modern and sophisticated design, created specifically for the tea connoisseur. Our tea tumbler is extremely well crafted and a must have for any tea drinker.

Product Features:
Simple To Use - Fill the stainless steel infuser with your favorite loose tea and then fill the bottle with hot or cold water.
Double Wall Glass - The two layers of borosilicate glass keeps your tea hot on the inside and your hands warm on the outside.
Easy to Clean – Designed with two openings that makes for easy cleaning and allows airflow for natural drying. No stale odors!
Removable Tea Infuser – Can be used for tea, coffee, water, fruit infusions and smoothies!

Product Description: 
Materials: Double Wall Glass and Stainless Steel
Size: 14 Ounces
Dimension: 2.8 inches x 2.8 inches x 9.5 inches

Package Includes:
* Glass Bottle
* Food Grade 304 Stainless Steel Infuser
* (2) Brushed Metal ‘Twist Off’ Lids

User Instructions:
1. Remove the bottom lid and unscrew the infuser.
2. Fill the infuser with your favorite type of loose tea, screw back onto bottom lid and place the bottom lid back on the bottle.
3. Remove the top lid and fill the bottle with hot water.
4. Place the top lid back on the bottle and watch your tea steep to perfection.

We believe in “100% Guaranteed”. It represents both our philosophy of sharing the best of times with our loyal customers and our promise to deliver a premium tea infuser to you, your family and your friends. We pride ourselves on customer service and will do whatever it takes to make you happy.









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Hagenauer pieces and copies rising in value 07/17/15, via INFORUM

By 1960, R.C.A.P. had become the largest teapot manufacturer in North America. The company began to make art pottery in 1968. Teapots like yours sell for $10 to $20. Tip: If you spill water on a wooden table protected by a glass top, be sure to wipe it

Glass Teapot with built in tea egg by Tools Design

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Glass Teapot with built in tea egg by Tools Design for Eva Solo. Versatile modern glass teapot with a built-in tea egg.

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Collectible Teapots

Collectible Teapots

Published by Antique Trader Books 1999

ISBN 1582210187,9781582210186
208 pages

Features nearly 2,000 price listings for collectible teapots, along with historical backgrounds, nation-by-nation explanations of style, pattern and composition, collector's guidelines, manufacturer's marks, and more.

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Sunday 5 July; A lie in, A teapot, Hang-gliders, (will it go back in it’s bag?) Bach, Mendelssohn and A thunderstorm

We slept in, waking to a cool breeze and birdsong. Two lovely interns from China are on hand inquiring what we would like to drink. Previously I had requested just hot water in a teapot so I could have a herb tea. She insisted on making it herself in a glass mug. This morning however, she did bring me a teapot of boiled, hot water which led to us having a proper conversation about how to pronounce her name and where she is from. Her name is Yefei and having studied hotel management for a while, she is now on placement with Hotel Du Lac, enjoying it very much, although the heat has been a surprise. She’s brilliant at helping Chinese visitors with their requests. My Cornish red berry tea that I brought with me tasted delicious with my teapot water. A question: who was it who said ‘There is no trouble so great or grave thar cannot be much diminished by a nice cup of tea’. We went to a piano recital this morning. Gerardo Vila was playing Bach and Mendelssohn at the local Kunsthaus, just off the main street at 11 o’clock. Barbara, whose husband runs our hotel, (third generation) had arranged for us to pick up tickets when we arrived, and as always Swiss efficiency meant that we were expected, and the tickets were waiting for us. The Kuntsthaus is a small, modern,... The hall was cool, small, holding about 100 people, and was very popular. The concert was being held in memory of Mendelssohn’s daughter,who died locally in 1910. The pieces played were unfamiliar because we hadn’t heard them before, but then familiar because they were typical of the composers. The Bach was, we thought, composed for the clavichord and harpsichord so no sustaining pedal used at all – whereas the Mendelssohn pieces were a richer sound almost, fuller breadth, sustaining (loud) pedal put to full use. (That isn’t to say that Bach’s music lacks depth etc – his orchestral pieces are vivid, full of every musical reflection, obviously). The pianists skill at playing two very different genres was brilliant. We were a very enthusiastic audience and he rewarded us with two encores. On our way to the concert hall there was a deluge of hang gliders landing in the park. You may have seen the one John caught circling the summit of the Schilthorn. They land very delicately and often with a passenger and the parachute just crumples around them. One flyer picked his up and gathering it up in his arms walked towards his parachute bag. I wish I’d caught him on camera – just looked like a big jumble of parachute with legs. After a very light lunch, we had a thunderstorm. Well, one clap of thunder and a heavy but brief sprinkle of rain, but not enough to interrupt a pudding that now appeared on the table. Yes indeed, it involved ice cream, cream and warm chocolate sauce, and as many of you already know, this is all fine simply because the origin of chocolate is the cocoa bean which grows on a bush, therefore making it one of our five a day. Sought refuge in our room, turned the fan on and went to sleep. Sunday evening here is always celebrated with some bubbly before dinner,and this evening Ernst (husband of the aforementioned Babara) joined us. There was some reminiscing about his rowing club and the exploits they get up to now. We remembered the severe floods in Interlaken and surrounding area in August 2005 and the aftermath. We hadn’t realised just how much damage occurred at that time. No guests would have realised what went on behind the scenes. Over the years the numbers of guests from all corners of the world have grown. He makes sure to employ staff who speak the languages needed so that everyone can communicate comfortably. He and Barbara make sure as many barriers as possible are dismantled. However, we met people from Canada, America, Australia, Ireland, Germany and France. Here we have visitors from China, Japan, Korea, India, America, Canada and the whole of Europe. An amazing opportunity to come together and get on. Tolerance, compassion, justice, peace still evade the world in many areas. Sport, music, travel go a little way to helping us to understand one another. Did I mention our second thunder storm. Well, rain.

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Kendal 10 oz Tea Maker Teapot Tea Cup CJ-300

Home & Outdoor


This 10 oz tea maker / cup can be used for hot, iced tea, coffee (bag cofee) brew; Elegant and modern design. Comes with 3 pieces - glass cup, galss inner cup, and galss lid. The innner cup with 12 narrow openings near the bottom acting as strainer. It is easy to brew the tea. Just put the tea into the inner cup and add some water, then the innner cup releases infused tea directly into the outside drinking cup. After tea is ready, get out the inner cup and you can drink the tea in the drinking cup. Great for the office or when traveling.

$12.00

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Kendal 16 oz Tea Maker Teapot with 8 tea cups CJ-500

Home & Outdoor


This 16oz (2 cups) tea maker can be used for hot, iced tea, coffee (bag coffee) brew; Elegant and modern design. Comes with 3 pieces - glass teapot body, inner cup (made of food grade polycarbonate), and strainer. Allows you to remove the filter and inner cup for cleaning and easily reassemble.

$18.99

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Teapot for soy sauce - Kam Fook Doncaster
Teapot for soy sauce - Kam Fook Doncaster
The first impression of this Chinese restaurant is of a modern sleek design befitting the upgraded surroundings of the Westfield Doncaster shopping centre. You are greeted by Kwan-Di the God of Business and ushered by attentive wait-staff to the best tables in the house. Being a Thursday night, we got a window seat. Too bad the reflections from the glass meant that the view of Box Hill and North Balwyn weren't quite visible. We were a bit worried when all the other tables were Caucasian, not a single Asian table. Worried that the food was aimed primarily at the entree, main, dessert crowd, we breathed a sigh of relief at the surprisingly Hongkong-Cantonese menu, and the trickle of Asian families coming late to dinner. The food was quite good in general, if a bit on the salty side, which is typical of food in Hongkong. The serves were also surprisingly large given the prices of the average dish hovering just below the AUD20 mark. Luxurious dishes can also be had at "market...
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Tumbler from the Burns' household
Tumbler from the Burns' household
This tumbler was used by Robert Burns and his family during the time they lived in Burns House, Dumfries. The glass is inscribed "Belonged to Burns" and is from the collection of Dr T B Grierson of Thornhill Museum, the son of Burns' friend and admirer William Grierson. Dr Grierson gave it a catalogue number of 584. Modern curators try not to number museum objects so prominently. His collection was dispersed in 1965. Jean Armour, the poet's widow, continued to live in the family home following the poet's death in 1796. She remained there for the rest of her life and by the time of her own death in 1834, the house had become a place of pilgrimage. Relics of Robert Burns, Jean Armour Burns and their household were treasured and preserved. Digital Number: BHBN025n (Copyright) We're happy for you to share this digital image within the spirit of the Attribution licence. Please cite ‘Dumfries & Galloway Museums’ when reusing. Certain restrictions on high quality...
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Glass teapot 'Elio'
Glass teapot 'Elio'
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