Description from Labour and Wait
This traditional teapot is still made in Staffordshire England. The humble 'Brown Betty' of today can trace its origins back to the end of the 17th century when an unglazed teapot made from 'Red Clay' from Stoke-on-Trent was considered a luxury item. The teapots are still hand cast in Terracotta clay, and given a Rockingham Brown Glaze resulting a smooth finish. The perfect way to make a British cuppa!
6 Cup capacity.