Feminine and flirty, this pot is perfect for ladies-who-lunch.To buy: $40, surlatable.com.Featured January 2013
Retro in shape and topped with a cool pop of color, this porcelain teapot would compliment any clean-lined décor.To buy: $110, shophorne.com.
This tea is too strong. This tea is too weak. This clear glass teapot lets you see when it’s juuuuust right.To buy: $59, williams-sonoma.com.
Simple and clean on the top with an edgy bottom half. The feathered navy accent looks almost like a piece of fringed fabric wrapped around the base.To buy: $140, na.wwrd.com.
The bold teal and turquoise color palette modernize a pattern that could have been pulled from Grandma’s kitchen back in the 1950s.To buy: $46, gretelhome.com.
Unique and angular with a bamboo inspired spout, this gilded white pot is sure to garner a second glance.To buy: $330, l-objet.com.
An heirloom piece for generations to come, this set includes all you need for that cup of Earl Grey with two sugars.To buy: $380, mottahedeh.com.
Bone china to suit your lifestyle: This pot, with its cheerful design, is completely dishwasher safe and chip resistant.To buy: $120, lenox.com.
The mix of steel and porcelain make for one handsome tea server. Wide-bodied and sleek, this will suit nearly any aesthetic.To buy: $200, georgjensen.com.Get Daily Finds via e-mail