We present to you The anti-teapot cozy!
Tired of tulips? Fed up with flowers? Exhausted with eucalyptus? Then why not try a teapot cover with a little more personality?
You see, tea cosies weren't always native to the houses of bony old women with eyes thinner than a supermodel's ribcage. In fact most archaelogists agree that the earliest tea cosies were made by cavemen from bearskin and hand sculpted iron, used for keeping insects out of their pterodactyl meat supplies. Although we cannot obtain hand sculpted iron any more due to health and safety regulations, we heartily invite you to sample the next best thing: a woolen teapot cover designed by the Devil himself.
will fit a 4-6 cup teapot.
Size: width across bottom laid flat - 8inches/20cm unstretched
Height (excluding horns) 7.5inches/18cm
Care: Fully washable at 30 degrees, dry flat, reshape while damp
*teapot not included*
** This is our own unique design. The forked tail is a jarg0n branded tag made using our in house 3D printer.
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