Degrenne Salam Insulated Teapot
A mid-century masterpiece.
First created in 1953, this iconic beauty inspired by Bedouin teapots still makes our tisane-loving hearts swoon (oh, the color options!). A felt-lined stainless steel cover insulates the beautiful porcelain pot underneath, keeping your favorite hot drink warm for over an hour. Plus, there’s a removable aluminum strainer inside that’s perfect for loose tea leaves. This holds up to six cups of your favorite pick-me-up—so it’s large enough for your next get-together (or that second or third cup in the morning.)
Photography by Ty Mecham, Rocky Luten
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