Have you ever filled your teapot up more than halfway in your life? Oh, you have? Well, not all of us are constantly having wild parties with dozens of friends for whom to make tea. The rest of us are usually only making one or two cups—and that's who the design team at the Dutch studio Droog made this teapot for.
It's cold as hell today. Seriously, frigid enough that the wind hurts your face. That's why today we're longing for a piping cup of hot tea, and this cast iron Ciacapo Teapot ($100) will keep your drinks warm for hours because it's super heavy and thick.
Like any reasonable person, you've thought to yourself, "Self, I truly would love to store some Earl Grey in the likeness of DeForest Kelley's cranium." Well, sculptor Mark Nathan Stafford has acted on this notion and crafted this "Doctor Bones" teapot out of Leonard McCoy's knowledge-filled head. This was created for
Far be it from me, a blogger with only the most perfunctory grasp of the English language to criticize a legitimate artist, but $30,000 for a tea pot? The Earl Grey within better literally send me to the stars.
Just like grandpa, teapots have long suffered from a dribbling problem. No longer.
This ingenious tea pot and serving pitcher not only features classic Space Invaders, it's completely functional as well. When the water is hot, the blue invaders appear, letting you know it's ready for service.
Apologies to reader Miguel for taking his fantastic creations and shoving a lousy pun on it, but it was either that or "sTEAmpunk". These Steampunk Tea Pots are really, really amazing, and they're all hand-made and unglazed colored clay pots perfect for putting your morning tea into. Mr. T would approve.