Jenaer Glas Wagenfeld Teapot
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Brew some Bauhaus.
Designed in 1931 at the Bauhaus art school in Weimar, Germany, the Wagenfeld teapot is a modern classic, thin-walled and delicate in looks, but anything but. It’s hand-blown from borosilicate glass (which is heat-resistant, microwave-safe, non-porous, and taste-neutral) so style won’t sacrifice sturdiness. The roomy teapot comes in 3 parts—the pot itself, an internal infuser, and a lid— and holds 50.6 ounces. The removable infuser holds about 3 ounces of loose tea. Set out on your table, its dramatic handle and prominent pour spout will make it a centerpiece unto itself.
Photography by Rocky Luten and James Ransom
Details & Materials -
5.7” H x 11” W x 6.6" depth; Holds 50.6 ounces.
Care & Notes -
Hand wash only. Not suitable for stovetop use.
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