Tea Wares

Pippins carries a large assortment Teapots, Mugs and Cups & Saucers ranging from Fine Bone China, Porcelain, Earthenware & Crockery, made all over the world. Shown is a representation of the assortment carried in our Tea Shop.

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    Boleslawiec Pottery

    Boleslawiec Polish Pottery, famous for its beauty, functionality,
    craftmanship and durability has been known and admired around the
    world for decades. A truly unique artistic folk art that has lasted through
    centuries, bringing us a beautiful and colourful line of functional and durable stoneware.

    Brown Betty, Adderley Ceramics

    Brown Betty, Adderley Ceramics

    Pippins is proud to have the original Brown Betty teapot in our shop.

    The original Brown Betty dates back to the 1700s, by the Elder Brothers using
    a special red clay found in the area of Bradell Woods, near Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England. This clay is attributed for the pot keeping your tea hot.

    A considerable amount of time has been spent researching the “Brown Betty” teapot. Adderley Ceramics has found the ‘original recipe’ as used by the original maker the Elder Brothers, and are continuing the tradition of making authentic Brown Betty Teapots.

    Succeeding generations of Englishmen have proved that “Brown Betty” teapots make the best pot of tea in the world! The shape of the pot causes the tea leaves to be gently swirled around as the boiling water is added, thus producing an exquisite infusion.

    Burleigh – Blue Calico

    Burleigh’s famous deep cobalt blue pattern has been made continuously in our factory for over 40 years. Its popularity continues as ever! Although unique, this pattern was derived from early Victorian patterns which had their roots in Chinese porcelain, representing the spring with fallen prunus blossom onto cracked ice.

    Burleigh products are still hand made using the timeless skills of Stoke-on-Trent, such as the decorating method of underglaze transfer printing from engravings. This was once a common process in the English pottery industry, but is now extremely rare.

    This beautiful English product comes to you from our Middleport Pottery built in 1889 next to the Trent and Mersey Canal. The tradition of making English earthenware “from clay to cup” continues. A renaissance in ceramics from the heart of Stoke-on-Trent.



    Dunoon, established over twenty-five years ago. Dunoon are the market
    leaders in the production of fine quality fine bone china or stoneware in England.

    Emma Bridgewater

    “Some of the nicest things in your kitchen…
    Whether you are looking for a bold and colorful new look
    for your table
    or a classic design,
    look no further than Emma Bridgewater Pottery…”

    – Emma Bridgewater

    Emma Bridgewater Pottery is hand-made and hand decorated in an enormous working Victorian pottery factory alongside the Caulden Canal in Stoke-on-Trent.

    I am not a paper cup

    Gadgets & Accessories


    Guy Degrenne

    Guy Degrenne – Arts of the Table Created in 1953, the Salam teapots are a reference impossible to circumvent for the in love ones with the tea.   Made of Porcelain with 18/10 Stainless Steel strainer.


    Henley Teapot is undoubtedly our most popular teapot.
    Contemporary styling, stainless steel construction, brushed stainless steel finish, dripless spout, tight fitting lid, stay cool handle and mesh infuser basket. The Henley retains heat very nicely to keep your tea at the perfect temperature.


    Japanese Tetsubin Cast Iron Teapots

    La Rochère

    Founded in 1475 by Simon de Thysac, La Rochère glass-works is the oldest glass-works in operation in France and one of the oldest in the world.
    The Bee (in French “Abeille”) design glasses are classic . Bees are a Napoleonic symbol and the design was apparently taken from an item in a Paris museum.

    McIntosh Fine Bone China

    McIntosh Fine Bone China

    Paul Cardew

    Paul Cardew Teapots are among the most beautiful in the world.
    Cardew offers a unique selection of adorable teapots including the lovable
    "Alice in Wonderland "

    Portmeirion – Ted Baker


    Alpine Strawberry – Roy Kirkham

    Roy Kirkham & Co. Limited is an English company founded by Roy Kirkham over three decades ago. A family owned and run company in Staffordshire which has grown to be recognised as one of the leading manufacturers of quality English Bone China products. All products are manufactured to the highest standards, using unleaded glaze and a blend of fine china clays and felspars to give a bright, classical, translucent finish.

    Royal Worcester Wrendale Designs


    Sophie Conran for Portmeirion

    Spode – Blue Italian

    Launched in 1816, Blue Italian is one of the collections that secured Spode’s reputation as a leader in the ceramic industry; it is now one of Spode’s most collected ranges and is still made to this very day.

    Spode Delamere Rural



    STAUB produces products perfectly combined with traditional craftsmanship and state-of-the-art technology. Famous restaurateurs from all over the world value the high quality of STAUB. This is why STAUB is not only used in the kitchen of prestigious restaurants, but also finds a home in the domestic kitchen.

    Use on all types of heat sources, including induction. Enamel coating is indestructible; chip resistant without discoloring. Cast iron construction retains heat keeping it warm after being taken out of the oven. Perfect for tea, hot water and other one-pot classics. Made in France


    Teacups & Saucer and Mugs

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