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This 250ml fine bone china cup and saucer is a fab, classic bit of teaware.
There's nothing better than enjoying a brew from fine bone china - especially when you've got a cheeky biscuit on the saucer!
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Is there a better spoon for measuring out your loose leaf tea?
This neat and shiny, stainless steel spoon is perfectly designed for measuring out your loose leaf tea.
With a teapot for a handle, no one is going to get confused about what this caddy spoon is for.
This quirky design is absolutely appropriate for the loose leaf tea lover's home.
Keep your loose leaf tea fresher for longer with this black metal tea caddy.
This modern, shiny tea storage solution is a well-made piece of teaware.
It holds approximately 150g of loose leaf tea, depending on the size of the leaf.
The round, cylindrical design makes this slick tin look like something from the space age.
This is a really trendy black teapot for brewing 500ml of your favourite loose leaf tea in.
The eye-catching black pot is made from porcelain, so it's great at retaining its heat.
It comes with a removable filter to ensure tea does not stew in the pot.
Available in three colours.
No more guessing! With our handy tea caddy labels you can quickly see which tea is stored in your caddy.
The label features brewing instructions so they will always be to hand.
Approximately 7 x 10cm
The Tea House has been shining the light on the amazing diversity of loose leaf tea since 1982 when we opened our iconic flagship store in Covent Garden.
Started by Covent Garden pioneer Christina Smith, the business is now run by her niece and nephew and remains an independent family business to this day.
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