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Painted Teapots

Shop our special collection of painted teapots handmade with love by Indian master artisans in Jaipur. Meet Mrinalika and her story behind the making in our blog. Are you a tea lover or a decoholic? Treat yourself or make a thoughtful gift with a unique piece. If you are looking for tea sets, click here or visit our online store. Every purchase supports an artisan in India.

  • Painted Teapots Kaushalam Tea Pot: Beauty

    Kaushalam Tea Pot: Beauty

    Mrinalika Jain
    from Original Price $92.00
    from $46.00

    Enjoy the colorful world of Rajasthan, India, with this rare tea pot on your table! Have you ever experienced pure happiness every time you pour yo...

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FAQs about Painted Teapots

What tea flavors can I use in these painted teapots?

You can use these painted teapots with all types of the following tea leaves and flavors - Earl Grey Tea, Green Tea, Black Tea (English Breakfast Tea), White Tea, Masala Chai, Ginger Tea, Chamomile Tea, Rooibos Tea, Barley Tea, Chrysanthemum Tea, Dandelion Tea, Essiac Tea, Hibiscus Tea, Matcha Tea, Moringa Tea, Nettle Tea, Oolong Tea, Peppermint Tea, Pu-erh Tea, Pau d’arco Tea, Raspberry Leaf Tea, Rose Tea, Senna Tea, Sencha Tea, Spearmint Tea, Butterfly Pea Flower Tea. If you wish to drink a blend of tea with these teapots and it isn't on this list please email us: Will let you know if it's safe to use.

Where are these painted teapots made?

These painted teapots are painted by Mrinalika Jain in Jaipur, India together with her team of master artisans.

What are these painted teapots made out of?

These painted teapots are made out of Stainless Steel, Aluminium or Copper.

How to wash painted teapots?

Painted teapots are delicate. It can only be washed with a mild hand from the outside. No scrubbing on the painted surface and normal wash from inside. Don’t wash it under very hot water, as it can spoil the paint. These painted teapots aren’t suitable for direct flame or hot plate. Better use is for serving and home decor.