Item No. 100129815

Sowden Tea Pot

$95.00
Item No. 100129815

Sowden Tea Pot

$95.00

Guided by color, function, and form, George Sowden’s collection of thoughtfully designed products add a playful touch to everyday moments. Designed to brew loose leaf tea, this tea pot features an innovative, waste-free filter that enhances the flavor. More Details
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Sowden Tea Pot
$95.00

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Designed by George Sowden for HAY, the porcelain Tea Pot features an innovative SoftBrew™ brewing device, a waste-free micro-engineered filter that enhances the flavor, keeps tea leaves out of the water, and leaves nothing to throw away except the tea leaves.
  • Designed to brew loose leaf tea.
  • Infuses tea through a micro-thin filter for enhanced flavor.
  • Stainless steel container.
  • Porcelain exterior.
Brand
HAY
Collection
Sowden Collection
General Dimensions
  • 5.25" H 9.25" W 6" DIA
Product Weight
2.11 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 5" H 10" W 10" D
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty

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Item No.
100129815

Large

  • Height (in): 5.25
  • Width (in): 9.25
  • Diameter (in): 6
  • Weight (lbs): 2.11
  • Porcelain exterior
  • Stainless steel container
  • Polypropylene lid

Shipping Options

  • Ships via FedEx

Return Options

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Care & Maintenance

Hand wash only
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George Sowden

George Sowden

Working from his studio in Milan, George Sowden designs colorful, thoughtfully designed essentials for everyday living. In addition to his popular series for HAY, he’s created award-winning products for Olivetti, Alessi, Bodum, Swatch, Steelcase, and many others.

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