Royal Worcester Wrendale Designs Hare 2 Pint Teapot
Whether it's a quiet moment to yourself or an excuse for a good natter, tea time is always special. Featuring a beautiful watercolour hare, this large teapot is ideal for serving the whole family or a gathering of friends. Its spout is expertly designed for the perfect pour (goodbye drips). The teapot is a traditional kitchen essential and is made from the finest porcelain. It's modern life-proof too â€“ you can safely pop it in the dishwasher and microwave. Decorated with one of the British countryside's most characterful creatures, this Wrendale Designs teapot makes a thoughtful gift for tea connoisseurs and anyone who loves a chat with their cuppa.
- Capacity: 1.13L/ 2pt
- Features Wrendale Designs watercolour prints
- Expertly designed spout for the perfect pour
- Crafted from fine porcelain
- Dishwasher and microwave safe
Original watercolours hand-painted by Hannah Dale in Lincolnshire. Products designed in Royal Worcesterâ€™s studio in Stoke-on-Trent, UK.
Made by our trusted partner outside the UK to Portmeirion Group standards.
Delivery and returns
|Standard Delivery||£2.99 Per Order|
|Next Working Day Delivery on Orders over £20||FREE|
|Next Working Day Delivery on Orders Under £20||£3.99 per order|
|Next Day Before 10.30am||£18 per order|
|Next Day Before 12pm||£12 per order|
|Saturday Anytime||£15 per order|
|Saturday Before 10.30am||£20 per order|
|Saturday Before 12pm||£17 per order|
Express orders placed by 2pm Monday to Thursday will be delivered the next day.
Express orders placed on Friday, Saturday or Sunday will be delivered the following Tuesday.
Please see Delivery Information page for exclusions.
For UK orders, we will endeavour to despatch your order in 3-5 working days, unless you have chosen Express Delivery. Personalised products are despatched separately by Royal Mail and will take up to 14 working days for despatch.
Please see our Delivery Information page for delivery options for the Scottish Highlands & Islands, the Isle of Wight, the Isle of Man, Northern Ireland and the Channel Isles