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I recently watched this video and instantly fell in love with the shown teapot. As you can see, the strainer is movable and integrated in the handle very cleverly.

I tried searching for it with the little info that I have, but nothing came out. It looks like Bodum, but it's not. All search variations for "teapot with integrated strainer" return very interesting results, but none is the one I search for.

So if someone has any idea what brand it is I will be very grateful.


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I accidentally bought a caseful of teapots lke this at a surplus auction about 5 years ago - the top layer was light fittings, I didn't look at the lower layers! They sold quite well on eBay, but I could not source any more. All I can tell is that they came from China. – klypos Jun 27 '11 at 1:16
Do you have a better picture? I've never seen teapot in this shape. – lamwaiman1988 Jun 28 '11 at 3:47
Some quick googling found this image on 1 blog, and some discussion of the video. But no info on the teapot. Have you tried emailing Michael Wolff? I get the distinct impression from the video that he owns one. – Scivitri Jun 29 '11 at 20:12
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I think that I found the patent for the teapot, but was unable to find anything else about it. Here is what I have found so far:

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Thanks a lot! Using the assignee name - Emsa Werke Wulf GmbH & Co. KG - I was able to find the teapot. Here is the URL – Stoinov Jul 3 '11 at 14:27
Great! I am glad I could help! I hope you like your teapot! – AtlasRN Jul 3 '11 at 17:47

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