This classic teapot was first created in 1957 by celebrated French silversmith Guy Degrenne, who was inspired by the ancient tradition of Bedouin teapots. The ingenious design combines a porcelain body with an insulated stainless-steel cover that helps keep tea deliciously warm. It has a convenient removable tea infuser, that you can lift out the loose leaf tea leaves once the tea is brewed. Exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Salam teapot is the union of classic elegance and modern functionality.
Glazed French black porcelain with a removable insulated stainless-steel cover.
Felt-lined stainless steel cloche (cover) helps keep tea at delicious serving temperature for over an hour
Removable infuser holds loose tea leaves; brew tea to your desired strength and then lift out of the teapot.