Traditional enamelware is enjoying a huge resurgence in popularity at the moment. This Kastrull enamel kitchen range from Ikea offers a retro look at a typically reasonable price.
Nina’s decorative motifs incorporate woodland creatures and have a retro seventies feel thanks to a distinctive paisley element to their design.
The pot is enamel coated and suitable for either tea or coffee. Enamel has long been used to make camping crockery and this pot would make a great accessory for a comfortable camping (or “glamping”) holiday.
The pot costs £14.95 and you can buy it from Bloomsbury & Co here.
Update: This is now discounted to £9.50 at Achica.
We're always deeply suspicious of anyone who doesn't enjoy a good cup of tea – and what better way to brew and serve than in one of these traditional British tea pots at Pedlars.
Yes, nothing flashy, just a hefty pot for slipping in your tea bags or loose tea for makking a brew for anyone who happens to pop in. Even if a few people drop in it can cope as the pot holds a litre of your favourite blend.
Take your pick from the three colours above for this dishwasher-friendly pots, all selling for £12.95.