Teapots and Tea Sets

Set the right tone at teatime with these elegant tea pots and tea sets. Whether you’re brewing for one or many, tea deserves special treatment. From our cute and whimsical Dragonfly Teapot to our sophisticated-adult Greenbush Teapot, our sets are well-made, unique and affordable. Go modern with our glass Bistro Nouveau Teapot or explore the antique and vintage charms of our Chinese and Japanese offerings.

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  • Simplicity Iron Teapot

    This 20 oz cast iron teapot in classic tetsubin waterbead styling with removable stainless infusing basket is perfect for your personal tea ceremony. The interior of the teapot is lined with an easy-to-clean, durable enamel.

  • Green Dragonfly Cast Iron Teapot

    This traditional Asian-inspired teapot features an enameled interior, lid and stainless steel mesh infuser. Use to steep tea bags or full-leaf loose tea. Because dragonflies are symbols of change, this teapot makes a great gift to celebrate new beginnings. This elegant teapot will last for many years thanks to its high quality design.

  • White Chatsford Teapot

    The long admired and sought-after Chatsford teapot is now available to Citizens of The Republic of Tea from our good friends at Upton Tea Imports. This ceramic teapot, with its classic British design, is made in the USA by The Homer Laughlin China Company in West Virginia. Formed by two brothers, Homer and Shakespeare Laughlin, in 1871 in Ohio, the company is best known for producing Fiestaware.

    Fitted with a convenient tab for effortless removal, the large polypropylene and mesh infuser basket allows full infusion of the leaves. This standard 4-cup BPA-free strainer basket is included with every teapot. Dishwasher and microwave safe.

    Also available in Cobalt or Scarlet.

  • Scarlet Chatsford Teapot

    The long admired and sought-after Chatsford teapot is now available to Citizens of The Republic of Tea from our good friends at Upton Tea Imports. This ceramic teapot, with its classic British design, is made in the USA by The Homer Laughlin China Company in West Virginia. Formed by two brothers, Homer and Shakespeare Laughlin, in 1871 in Ohio, the company is best known for producing Fiestaware.

    Fitted with a convenient tab for effortless removal, the large polypropylene and mesh infuser basket allows full infusion of the leaves. This standard 4-cup BPA-free strainer basket is included with every teapot. Dishwasher and microwave safe.

    Also available in Cobalt or White.

  • Cobalt Chatsford Teapot

    The long admired and sought-after Chatsford teapot is now available to Citizens of The Republic of Tea from our good friends at Upton Tea Imports. This ceramic teapot, with its classic British design, is made in the USA by The Homer Laughlin China Company in West Virginia. Formed by two brothers, Homer and Shakespeare Laughlin, in 1871 in Ohio, the company is best known for producing Fiestaware.

    Fitted with a convenient tab for effortless removal, the large polypropylene and mesh infuser basket allows full infusion of the leaves. This standard 4-cup BPA-free strainer basket is included with every teapot. Dishwasher and microwave safe.

    Also available in Scarlet or White.

  • Red Dancing Leaves Teapot

    Embossed, windswept leaves whirl across this 20 oz ceramic teapot. A perfect companion to our Red Dancing Leaves Mug. Includes a stainless steel infuser.

    An exclusive design by The Republic of Tea.

  • Assam Teapot - Glass Handle

    Clean lines rendered in glass, from spout to handle, showcase the beauty of our brew. The built-in enhanced stainless infuser can be used with tea bags or full leaf.

    Once your tea is perfectly steeped, simply push down the press and the brewing process is stopped. There's no need to remove the bags or leaves, so the transition between brewing and pouring is seamless (and dripless). Holds 34 ounces.

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How to Prepare Tea in a Teapot

To prepare a pot of hot tea in your teapot, first add cold, fresh water to a tea kettle and bring that water to a boil (note: if you’re preparing green or white tea, stop the heating process just short of boiling to prevent “cooking” these delicate tea types). During this time you may wish to add some steaming water to your teapot for a short period of time to warm it. Swirl the hot water around, then pour it out once the teapot feels adequately warmed.   Plan to add roughly one teaspoon of full leaf loose tea or one tea bag per six ounce cup. If your teapot contains an infusing basket, place the loose leaf tea in the basket. If it does not, you may need to use an infuser ball during steeping, or a tea leaf strainer when pouring.   Once the water in the kettle is boiling, pour the water over the tea in the teapot. Allow the tea to steep for the recommended period of time, then serve. You may need to experiment to find your preferred steeping times and methods.