Collar Stoneware Teapot in Black

  • Stelton Collar Teapot in black
  • Stelton Collar Teapot in black

Collar Stoneware Teapot in Black

Brand: Stelton

Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri, an Italian design team, have designed an elegant teapot for the Collar range, including coffee and bar equipment for gourmets and connoisseurs. For those already smitten with the stunning Collar silhouette, the Collar Tea Pot is an absolute “must-have.” The teapot has a rubberwood sideways handle that gives the black stoneware a natural feel and softness.

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