My Top 5 Quirky Tea Pots

Fancy a brew? 

The Brits are the biggest tea lovers and drink a staggering 60 billion cups of tea per year according to the UK Tea & Infusions Association. This equates to an average of around 900 cups of tea per person a year and 2.5 cups of tea per day.

Tea is known to have derived from South West China in the Shang Dynasty as a medicinal drink and since the 18th Century, tea drinking has become engrained into the British way of life. I'm sure you all know that person who drinks tea on tap, and wouldn't it be nice for them to have a luxury teapot to cater for their tea drinking addiction!

Are you struggling for gift ideas for your friend who has just moved into a new home? Here are my top picks of unique teapots that are perfect as a moving in present, a birthday gift for your tea fiend friend or even just to treat yourself!

Alessi Tea Rex Hob Kettle With Dragon Whistle, John Lewis, £115 BUY HERE 

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If you are a Game of Thrones obsessed tea addict, this teapot is perfect! This special edition was created to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Alessi bird kettle and although it doesn't breathe fire, it lets off a little steam!

Tea Garden Glass Teapot, Wedgwood, £80 BUY HERE


This vintage style clear glass teapot from Wedgwood is perfect for afternoon tea, to compliment your collection of loose-leaf tea infusions. The built-in infuser provides an expert hand for your favourite infusions as well as adding a decorative touch, enhanced by the swooping glass handle and spout. Wedgwood’s influential pattern archives and their long association with tea creations have inspired the patterned teapot lid finished with gold accents.

Gin Teapot By Yvonne Ellen, Not On The High Street, £34.80 BUY HERE


If you like tea, but love Gin even more, this bone china teapot is a quirky alternative for serving your Gin cocktails at a 'tea' party to have a tipple in style. It's a fun and fabulous design which is perfect for wowing guests at your dinner or tea parties, and is guaranteed to get the table talking and the party started.

Alison Appleton, Emperor's Bird Teapot And Four Cup Set, £59 BUY HERE



Alison Appleton is a designer from Liverpool and she has a beautiful collection of unique tea ware. This tea set, which includes a teapot and four matching cups, is inspired by Hans Christian Anderson's tale, The Emperor and the Nightingale. Made from a black clay (very like black basalt), this set is glazed on the outside to give a cast iron look without the weight.

Rory Dobner Cat Monocle Teapot, Amara Living, £98 BUY HERE


This luxury bone china tea-pot is the perfect gift to give to a friend as a moving in present. The intricate illustration and hand painted 22 carat gold lid makes this piece a beautiful addition to any kitchen.

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