This sturdy teapot was made by Hall for McCormick spices; they added tea to their sales in 1905, 16 years after starting with flavored extracts, fruit syrups and juices. On the bottom of the teapot is: "McCormick Tea Baltimore, Md. Made in USA". The teapot is 7" high at the top of the lid when all together, and 8 7/8" from spout to handle, 3" across the round base. The white infuser is 3 1/2" high and allows loose tea to be used. Although teabags became the standard, McCormick always included infusers with its standard-sized teapots. By 1910, McCormick became one of the earliest producers of tea in gauze pouches, the earliest tea bags, while continuing to offer loose tea. I have a large selection of both Hall and lovely teacups for enjoying an afternoon tea with friends, and will combine orders for discount and shipping savings. Please email me with any questions you may have and thank-you for shopping here at Something Wonderful.
Hall McCormick Burgundy Colored Tea Pot with Infuser
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