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HÔTEL Silver Teapot

HÔTEL Silver Teapot

Regular price $490.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $490.00 USD
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The HÔTEL Silver Teapot is gorgeous. Available in a variety of sizes and styles. Each pure silver vintage piece has a beautiful handle with perforated holes to prevent the hot water from heating the handle. It looks fantastic on the kitchen counter waiting for a friend to stop by or on an open cabinet in the kitchen or dining room. A teapot is a symbol of friendship and hospitality.

Like the other pieces in the collection, the vintage HÔTEL Silver Teapot is designed for everyday use. It's a hefty piece and it's streamlined design makes it a must-have. A vintage piece originally made for deluxe European hotels, steamship lines, and fine restaurants, each HÔTEL Silver Teapot is triple-plated in pure silver. 

Ina Garten, The Barefoot Contessa, loves them because they're beautiful, always look fantastic and it's the kind of silver you can use every day.

The HÔTEL Silver Teapot makes a unique gift for any occasion.

HÔTEL Silver is super easy to clean. Just rub a little Twinkle Silver Polish with the sponge provided and rinse it under warm water. It's as easy as that, takes less than 3 minutes and your HÔTEL Silver will look spectacular and always be ready to use. 

Note: Because this is a vintage item, each piece is unique and may have imperfections. Sizes may vary slightly.  


  • Designed for everyday use
  • Beautiful and simple design
  • Triple-plated in pure silver
  • Easy to clean
  • Makes a fantastic gift for any occasion
  • A Vintage Piece
  • Approximate Size: 5” w x 6” h
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Silver Teapot

I had been eyeing this teapot ever since I bought the Hotel Silver Footed Bowl which is equally fabulous. I use it daily, keeping it on the counter or in a prominent place in our cupboards in the kitchen which are glass. It's truly beautiful - guests (and my husband) have been so complimentary. Coincidentally, I was watching an old episode of Poirot and there at the dining table, the very teapot was being used as a prop from a 1920's scene. Great fun!