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A cheerful French yellow teapot & filter and/or coffeepot in clean usable condition - the perfect piece of practical French vintage decor. Circa. 1950s/60s

Holds about 750 ml which my measuring jug tells me is enough for 3 cups (I assume teacups).

Condition: good vintage with minor age-related wear such as scratches and one tiny nibble on the lid. Please use the zoom-in feature on the photos for a good thorough look before deciding to make your purchase. It is also advisable to look at the dimensions I provide rather than rely on the angle of the photos to guess an item’s size.

24 cm height
21 cm at widest area (from spout to handle)

Note: photos taken outside for natural lighting.

Shipping outside of France includes an international tracking label – rest assured, all items very securely packed and checked before they are dispatched.

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Vintage yellow teapot and filter, yellow coffeepot, retro teapot, vintage coffeepot, french country home, french home decor


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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: earthenware, metal, ceramic
  • Ships worldwide from France
  • Feedback: 193 reviews
  • Favorited by: 155 people