RSVP Stoneware Teapot, Green

February 25, 2014 - Comment

Remember the Brown Betty teapots? RSVP Stoneware Teapots are reminiscent of that beloved shape, as warm and welcoming as the aroma of freshly baked cookies. Lead-free stoneware teapots are made from seamless one-piece construction and provide generous 6-cup capacity. They’re also microwave and dishwasher safe. Available in black, dark blue, brown, light blue, green, orange,

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Remember the Brown Betty teapots? RSVP Stoneware Teapots are reminiscent of that beloved shape, as warm and welcoming as the aroma of freshly baked cookies. Lead-free stoneware teapots are made from seamless one-piece construction and provide generous 6-cup capacity. They’re also microwave and dishwasher safe. Available in black, dark blue, brown, light blue, green, orange, pink, white, and red. Capacity: 48 oz.

Product Features

  • Seamless, one piece stoneware construction
  • Lead-free
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe

Comments

Classy Dame in MO says:

No drips here. I bought this teapot to replace one I broke after 20 years. Could not find anything locally except china! I am happy with this pot. It is the perfect size for making ice tea. The only thing I did not know and don’t care for about it is the built in strainer at the base of the spout. If I use loose tea, I always use an infuser. This just makes it a little more difficult to clean. When choosing a teapot, I noticed some said the spout dripped. Funny, I had never thought about that, but now…

elsbethrenee says:

Wonderful for the price. This is a lovely teapot, and has worked well with daily use over the last few weeks. The lid is designed so that you don’t have to hold it on when pouring, and the tea stays warm for quite a while.The only negatives are that the color is slightly different than pictured – a bit more olive green, but still pretty – and that the handle is poorly designed. It hurts my wrist a bit to use only the handle because of the high placement. Once steadied with my other hand, however, it’s…

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