It's teatime with Marimekko's Unikko Red Teapot. High-quality ceramic stoneware keeps liquids hot, while the removable strainer allows you to steep loose tea correctly. The smooth wooden handle keeps the heat at bay to allow for easy handling of hot tea and the beauty of this pot make teatime a treat!
Care: Hand wash only; not recommended for use in mircowave, oven and on stovetop
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