Item No. 100309876

Bloom Teapot

$109.00
Item No. 100309876

Bloom Teapot

$109.00
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  • Constructed of borosilicate glass, ideal for resistance to thermal shock.
  • Clear body to watch the color development of tea as it steeps.
  • Curvy handle ensures a firm grip and stable pour.
  • 6" H 6" W 4" D
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Bloom Teapot
$109.00
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Crafted of borosilicate glass, which is praised for its durability, the Bloom Teapot is a cheerful yet elegant serving vessel. Designed by Sophie Lou Jacobsen with the whole flower tea brand The Qi, this clear pot allows you to watch the tea bloom and the color develop while steeping. The wavy handle – a Jacobsen signature – delivers a firm grip and stable pour. Inspired by nature, Jacobsen offers a new perspective on everyday objects through her use of material and form. Made in China.
  • A collaboration with whole flower tea brand The Qi.
  • Comes with one Shangri-La Rose tea from The Qi, but is suitable for any type of tea or coffee.
  • Constructed of borosilicate glass, ideal for resistance to thermal shock.
  • Clear body to watch the color development of tea as it steeps.
  • Curvy handle ensures a firm grip and stable pour.
  • Capacity: 20 ounces.
Brand
Sophie Lou Jacobsen
General Dimensions
  • 6" H 6" W 4" D
Product Weight
1 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Bloom Teapot

  • Height (in): 6
  • Width (in): 6
  • Depth (in): 4
  • Borosilicate glass

Sophie Lou Jacobsen

French-American designer Sophie Lou Jacobsen creates objects and furniture for everyday use, but with details designed to delight the user. Working mainly with colored borosilicate glass as her medium, Jacobsen explores the relationship between humans and the inanimate, imbuing a sense of poetry into the objects with which we surround ourselves, from cocktail glasses to pendant lights.

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