We offer a wide selection of teapots & tea for ones from $5.19 to over $60. All our teapots are attractive quality products, and make great gift ideas.
We offer substantial trade discounts to resellers, restaurants and tea shops for bulk purchase. Our own brand teapots are discounted on the web site if you purchase 6 or more. If you want to buy 100 or more teapots please contact us.
For brewing and serving the best cup of tea to yourself or guests, we have a wide selection of teapots, ranging from $3.95 to over $60, and mugs. A teapot isn’t for boiling water, however; rather, any one of our electric kettles can boil water and any of our teapots will steep a combination of tea bags and loose tea.
For high quality and low price, our value teapots come in solid colors, glazed inside and out, and are either round or flat bottomed. Our most popular brand is an Amsterdam tea pot. All are safe for microwaves and dishwashers.
For a modern style, the I-pot has a removable metal lid and mesh infuser, but should not be used on a stove top.
Our teapots are available in numerous designs, including many flowers, blades of grass, and seasonal patterns. Royal Patrician china teapots are also sold through our website. Each patterned china pot holds up to six cups of tea, and matching cups and saucers, sugar and creamers, and dessert plates can be purchased in our store to make a full matching tea set.
Glass teapots are another option for brewing a strong cup. In addition to steeping tea bags, the glass teapots are equipped with a center column tea press, which can be used for loose tea as well. To make a strong cup just for yourself, our Tea for One sets fuse a 15 oz. teapot with an 8 oz. cup and saucer.
Our mugs have just as diverse and varied a selection as our tea pots. While Royal Patrician makes fine bone china cups and saucers to complete a tea set, we offer other large mugs and saucers in several colors and patterns and, in some cases, have a matching teapot and four mug set. For brewing loose tea, our tea infuser mug has a filter attached to a mug to make a single cup of loose tea.