Classic English teapot whose homely, sweetly chubby shape is thought by some to make a perfect pot of tea. Tea leaves can swirl around gently in the generous bosom of the pot, which is made of of red terra-cotta and then fired with a shiny brown Rockingham glaze that maintains and extends water temperature for a perfectly coddled brew.

The Brown Betty teapot was originally developed by Rockingham pottery manufacturers in the 17th century, and the original design has continued as a tea-lover's classic.

Brown Betty Teapots are still made in Stoke-on-Trent, from the same claybeds that furnished the Elder brothers with the original Brown Betty red clay in 1695.