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Cobalt Betty Teapot - 4 Cup

Cobalt Betty Teapot - 4 Cup
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$37.05
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    The famous Brown Betty Teapot is also available as the Cobalt Betty.

    This little teapot has quite a history. Its origins date back to the end of the 17th Century and the birth of the British Ceramic Teapot. The original unglazed teapot was made out of red clay from the Bradell Woods area in Stoke-on-Trent. Today the Cobalt Betty teapot is still made in Stoke-on-Trent with the same clay from the original area (exactly like our genuine Brown Betty). British people believe the Betty makes the best pot of tea because of the type of clay that is used and the shape of the pot.

    The 4 cup Cobalt Betty holds approximately 24 fluid ounces.

    Dimensions: 8.5 inches L x 6 inches H (with lid) x 3.5 inches W (mouth of teapot is 2.5 inches)

    This teapot is lovingly hand-made in Staffordshire England. Because these teapots are hand made, there may be some slight imperfections. These teapots are not intended for use in a microwave or on a stovetop. We recommend an electric tea kettle to boil the water for brewing your tea. Cobalt Bettys are dishwasher safe, however the best care is to rinse in hot water and allow to air dry.

    Please Note: The Cobalt Betty teapots come with a back stamp that states "Adderley Ceramics Original Betty Made in England" .

    Available in 2cup, 4cup, 6 cup & 8 cup.

  • Additional Information
    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Country Of Origin United Kingdom
    Season Everyday
    Approx Cups Served 4 Cup
    Capacity 24oz
    Pattern Solid Color
    Product Type Teapots
    Made Of Ceramic
    Color Blue
    Left Overlay Image made-uk-prod.png
    Brand English Tea Store
  • 35 Reviews

    35 Reviews

    • 5
      Keeps the tea hot

      Posted by Camelia K. on Jul 2nd 2021

      Keeps the tea hot

    • 5
      Quality

      Posted by Diana P. on Jun 25th 2021

      Quality

    • 5
      Fine...

      Posted by John G. on Jun 24th 2021

      Fine...

    • 5
      Perfect size

      Posted by Marguerite D. on May 28th 2021

      Perfect size

    • 5
      Very nice teapot

      Posted by cec2 on May 27th 2021

      I wanted a teapot to make two cups of tea and was undecided which size to choose. I ordered the 4-cup size in the Cobalt Betty, and I'm glad I went up to that size and not the 2-cup size. These are sized for 6-oz "cups," and almost all cups (at least in the U.S.) hold at least 8 oz., even my nicer china cups. Mugs often hold 10 oz or more, so the "4-cup"/24 oz. size is just right for what I wanted. It's still a small teapot. I've had no problem with crazing or cracking so far. I do fill the pot with hot tap water while my kettle is coming to a boil, and then I pour that out and swish the teapot with a little bit of boiling water. I pour that out and then add my tea, either loose or in bags, and fill it with boiling water, put the lid on, and let the tea steep. These pots are not for heating the water; it should be brought to boiling in a kettle or other pot. The stamping on the bottom is very hard to read, but I'm pleased with this little teapot so far. The cobalt is a nice shade of very dark cobalt blue. Just be aware the capacity is not as large as the description sounds.

    • 5
      Giving to a friend who just designed her kitchen in...

      Posted by Annie M. on May 25th 2021

      Giving to a friend who just designed her kitchen in blue

    • 5
      Reputation and blue is my favorite color

      Posted by Cleon D. on Apr 25th 2021

      Reputation and blue is my favorite color.

    • 4
      Classic style. Love the color

      Posted by Lynn M. on Mar 22nd 2021

      Classic style Love the color

    • 5
      Prettiest Little Teapot Ever

      Posted by Dianne Wieler on Feb 23rd 2021

      I'm so delighted with my new little teapot; the Cobalt Betty. I'll be enjoying it for years to come.

The famous Brown Betty Teapot is also available as the Cobalt Betty.

This little teapot has quite a history. Its origins date back to the end of the 17th Century and the birth of the British Ceramic Teapot. The original unglazed teapot was made out of red clay from the Bradell Woods area in Stoke-on-Trent. Today the Cobalt Betty teapot is still made in Stoke-on-Trent with the same clay from the original area (exactly like our genuine Brown Betty). British people believe the Betty makes the best pot of tea because of the type of clay that is used and the shape of the pot.

The 4 cup Cobalt Betty holds approximately 24 fluid ounces.

Dimensions: 8.5 inches L x 6 inches H (with lid) x 3.5 inches W (mouth of teapot is 2.5 inches)

This teapot is lovingly hand-made in Staffordshire England. Because these teapots are hand made, there may be some slight imperfections. These teapots are not intended for use in a microwave or on a stovetop. We recommend an electric tea kettle to boil the water for brewing your tea. Cobalt Bettys are dishwasher safe, however the best care is to rinse in hot water and allow to air dry.

Please Note: The Cobalt Betty teapots come with a back stamp that states "Adderley Ceramics Original Betty Made in England" .

Available in 2cup, 4cup, 6 cup & 8 cup.

Clearance Non-Clearance
Country Of Origin United Kingdom
Season Everyday
Approx Cups Served 4 Cup
Capacity 24oz
Pattern Solid Color
Product Type Teapots
Made Of Ceramic
Color Blue
Left Overlay Image made-uk-prod.png
Brand English Tea Store

35 Reviews

  • 5
    Keeps the tea hot

    Posted by Camelia K. on Jul 2nd 2021

    Keeps the tea hot

  • 5
    Quality

    Posted by Diana P. on Jun 25th 2021

    Quality

  • 5
    Fine...

    Posted by John G. on Jun 24th 2021

    Fine...

  • 5
    Perfect size

    Posted by Marguerite D. on May 28th 2021

    Perfect size

  • 5
    Very nice teapot

    Posted by cec2 on May 27th 2021

    I wanted a teapot to make two cups of tea and was undecided which size to choose. I ordered the 4-cup size in the Cobalt Betty, and I'm glad I went up to that size and not the 2-cup size. These are sized for 6-oz "cups," and almost all cups (at least in the U.S.) hold at least 8 oz., even my nicer china cups. Mugs often hold 10 oz or more, so the "4-cup"/24 oz. size is just right for what I wanted. It's still a small teapot. I've had no problem with crazing or cracking so far. I do fill the pot with hot tap water while my kettle is coming to a boil, and then I pour that out and swish the teapot with a little bit of boiling water. I pour that out and then add my tea, either loose or in bags, and fill it with boiling water, put the lid on, and let the tea steep. These pots are not for heating the water; it should be brought to boiling in a kettle or other pot. The stamping on the bottom is very hard to read, but I'm pleased with this little teapot so far. The cobalt is a nice shade of very dark cobalt blue. Just be aware the capacity is not as large as the description sounds.

  • 5
    Giving to a friend who just designed her kitchen in...

    Posted by Annie M. on May 25th 2021

    Giving to a friend who just designed her kitchen in blue

  • 5
    Reputation and blue is my favorite color

    Posted by Cleon D. on Apr 25th 2021

    Reputation and blue is my favorite color.

  • 4
    Classic style. Love the color

    Posted by Lynn M. on Mar 22nd 2021

    Classic style Love the color

  • 5
    Prettiest Little Teapot Ever

    Posted by Dianne Wieler on Feb 23rd 2021

    I'm so delighted with my new little teapot; the Cobalt Betty. I'll be enjoying it for years to come.

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