Available in two and six-cup sizes, these classic teapots are known for their heat retaining qualities and for superiority of flavor. In the 1800s, Stoke-on-Trent became the heartbeat of British pottery districts. Ceramic tableware companies there, Price & Kensington included, designed and produced this particularly rounded shape which was called the Betty. The wide, open center of these pots allow tea leaves to swirl freely while steeping, which releases more flavor and deeper characteristics into each cup of tea brewed.
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