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Time sale Mason Cash In The Forest Collection Limited time sale 32oz Teapot

Mason Cash In The Forest Collection 32oz Teapot

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Mason Cash In The Forest Collection 32oz Teapot

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Product description

Enjoy a cup of tea or a pour-over coffee with the ‘In the Forest’ 32-Ounce Teapot by Mason Cash. With a detailed woodland pattern inspired by 19th-century folk tales, this beautiful cream teapot will complement any kitchen aesthetic. The design is not just charming, but functional, too. It has an oval shape that allows tea leaves or bags to move freely around the pot, releasing more flavor. It’s made of high-quality, chip-resistant stoneware that retains heat from boiled water so you can savor your first cup of tea and your second cup will still be warm. Whether this is your first ‘In the Forest’ piece, or you’re completing your collection, this Mason Cash teapot will be a favorite part of your afternoon pick-me-up!

Mason Cash In The Forest Collection 32oz Teapot

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