What's your favorite: clay, iron, porcelain, or glass?
Is it Chinese, Japanese, English, Modern, Hi-tech?
What design is it? Natural, romantic, futuristic?
Here's your chance to brag about your perfect teapot (and maybe some not-quite-perfect, but deeply loved ones, too).
How do you make your perfect pot of tea with it? What accessories do you use? How do you solve some of those perennial problems like tricky drips and clogged spouts?
How many do you have? Are some reserved for one special tea only? Please include the design name and manufacturer like Old Country Roses by Royal Albert, or Dragon Yixing.
Is your favorite a treasured heirloom or collectible? What stories does it bring to your memory?
And what are your dreams for new additions to your collection?
Just fill in the form below to share your story.
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English porcelain tea pot, Indian Not rated yet
I have an English tea pot of my grand father who presented it to me when we got married. This is an ancestor's tea pot and is gifted from generation to …
clay teapots of China Not rated yet
Our family enjoying to drink the green tea very much. We likes the teapots of China and preferred to select clay teapots for drinking. The clay teapots …
Howland, an uncommon Chinese Teapot, It has no specific manufacturer as I had got it from my grandpa. Not rated yet
I love this teapot because it is a bit unlike than usual Chinese Teapot. Rather, it looks like the salt-pot generally used in an Indian kitchen. One …
The Big Ben Teapot by Sadler Not rated yet
I love this teapot because of all the family history that comes along with it. I inherited this teapot from my grandparents, they figured I had earned …
family old clay teapot from Flanders, Belgium Not rated yet
Hi there, i have a teapot from the Flanders region in Belgium made around 1850 - 1870 that has been passed down the generations 6th so far. It's only …
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