Teaware

  • Matt Waite Teapot

    Matt Waite Teapot

    £46.00

    CORNISH STONEWARE TEAPOT

    We love Matt's work and this is the Tea Studio's favourite pot. Matt uses a Cornish stoneware clay. The pots are fired in an 18 cuft gas kiln, built in 2004, which takes up to 14 hours to reach the top temperature of 1300c. The glaze, which is oriental in origin, covers the inside of the teapot and lid.

    Dimensions: 17 – 11cm x 19cm


  • Matt Waite Teapot

    Matt Waite Teapot

    £46.00

    CORNISH STONEWARE TEAPOT

    We love Matt's work and this is the Tea Studio's favourite pot. Matt uses a Cornish stoneware clay. The pots are fired in an 18 cuft gas kiln, built in 2004, which takes up to 14 hours to reach the top temperature of 1300c. The glaze, which is oriental in origin, is a cream coloured chun and covers the inside of the teapot and lid.


  • Matt Waite Tea Bowl

    Matt Waite Tea Bowl

    £14.00

    CORNISH STONEWARE TEA BOWL

    Matt uses a Cornish stoneware clay. The bowls are fired in an 18 cuft gas kiln, built in 2004, which takes up to 14 hours to reach the top temperature of 1300c. The glaze is oriental in origin.


  • Matt Waite Tea Bowl

    Matt Waite Tea Bowl

    £14.00

    CORNISH STONEWARE TEA BOWL

    Matt uses a Cornish stoneware clay. The bowls are fired in an 18 cuft gas kiln, built in 2004, which takes up to 14 hours to reach the top temperature of 1300c. The glaze, which is oriental in origin, is a cream coloured chun.


  • Matt Waite Teapot

    Matt Waite Teapot

    £46.00

    CORNISH STONEWARE TEAPOT

    We love Matt's work and this is the Tea Studio's favourite pot. Matt uses a Cornish stoneware clay. The pots are fired in an 18 cuft gas kiln, built in 2004, which takes up to 14 hours to reach the top temperature of 1300c. The glaze, which is oriental in origin, covers the inside of the teapot and lid.

    Dimensions: 17 – 11cm x 19cm


  • Matt Waite Teapot

    Matt Waite Teapot

    £46.00

    CORNISH STONEWARE TEAPOT

    We love Matt's work and this is the Tea Studio's favourite pot. Matt uses a Cornish stoneware clay. The pots are fired in an 18 cuft gas kiln, built in 2004, which takes up to 14 hours to reach the top temperature of 1300c. The glaze, which is oriental in origin, is a cream coloured chun and covers the inside of the teapot and lid.


  • Sale! Tescoma Mesh tea infuser with cap by Tea Studio

    Tescoma Mesh tea infuser

    £14.95 £12.95

    INFUSE LOOSE OR HERBAL TEAS IN A MUG OR TEAPOT

    Excellent for infusing loose and herbal teas in a mug or teapot. Put the mesh on the upper rim of a cup or mug, add tea leaves, close with the cap and leave to infuse. Use the cap as a mat under the mesh after infusing.

    Made of high-grade stainless steel and resistant plastic.

    Dishwasher safe.

    3-year warranty.


  • Sale! Tea Classified

    Tea Classified

    £14.99 £9.99

    BY JANE PETTIGREW AND BRUCE RICHARDSON

    Signed by Jane Pettigrew

    This is the Bible of tea and signed by the tea goddess herself. Where would we be without Jane's amazing passion and knowledge? This is a refreshingly new way to understand tea. Over 90 teas from around the world are classified, including black, green, yellow and even white teas.


  • Matcha Whisk

    Matcha Whisk

    £12.50

    CHASEN 茶筅

    A tea whisk used to whip matcha 抹茶, and hot water in a tea bowl until it froths. The whisk is made from one piece of bamboo about 2 to 2 1/2 cm thick and from 9cm to 12cm long. Near one end is a node. A little beyond the node on the longer end, string is interlaced, karami-ito 絡み糸, to hold the longer ends which are split finely into a varying number of extremely thin strips. The string is intertwined to create two rows of strips. Those on the outer edge have their tips curved inwardly, and those pulled toward the center have their tips curved out. This creates a double tipped whisk. Whisks are classified by the number of tips: those having 80 to 120 or more are called multi-tipped; those with fewer are designated medium or sparse.