Who invented teapots?

Answer Teapots were invented by people of the YiXing region of China to brew their tea and then drink it directly from the spout. The earliest teapots were single-serving size and date back to the Sung Dy... Read More »

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How to Collect Teapots?

Why teapots? Why not other standard ceramic forms - vases, platters, pitchers or bowls? In part it’s because teapots are multidimensional objects steeped in world culture and ceramic history. Als... Read More »

Can Fitz& Floyd teapots be used for hot tea?

Fitz and Floyd teapots can safely be used for hot tea. According to their website, Fitz and Floyd teapots are not only beautifully designed, unique products, they are also created for normal use.So... Read More »

The History of Red Clay Teapots?

Though tea as been consumed since around 500 A.D., tea drinkers took about 1000 years to invent the teapot and the infused tea drink that we are used to today. The Yixing teapot was the first reco... Read More »

Can you use Fitz& Floyd teapots for hot tea?

Fitz & Floyd teapots are intended for actual use with hot or cold beverages. The company, however, suggests preparing your teapot by adding warm water and letting the teapot adjust. Empty the teapo... Read More »