I just discovered this beauty of a Teapot, designed by Norm Architects over on gessato. The Teapot comes with a built-in tea steeper made of stainless steel and attaches to the lid with a silicon string. When your tea is done brewing, pull the steeper up and secure it to the inside of the lid, creating an easy, and no mess way to brew tea. Lovely.

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  1. Norm Architects are just fantastic!

  2. No no no, Tina.

    Too complicated.

    Oriana teapots from the 1950s are the ones, as designed for the Ocean Liner

    Staybrite stainless steel. Spout at the very top. Fixed strainer.

    Tea eggs vanish by Occam’s razor.

    Perfect. I’m still using one every day purchased in about 1962.



  3. Looks interested, but I was wondering how you’d get the tea into the steeper.

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