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Barebones

Enamel Teapot – Slate Grey

Description

A beautiful statement piece for your camp kit or home kitchen. Ideal for quickly heating water for camp coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and more. This kettle features a hand-finished, baked stainless steel trim that creates a bronze-like patina finish.

DETAILS

⋄ Vintage-inspired design
⋄ Steel, Enamel, FSC Certified Natural Walnut
⋄ Baked stainless steel rim with bronze-like patina appearance
⋄ Slight variations in color on rim are expected
⋄ Steel core with speckled enamel finish
⋄ FSC certified natural walnut accents
⋄ Ø×H: 145 × 105 (H w/ lid: 159) 𝗆𝗆
⋄ 6 Cups
⋄ 1.5 ℓ
⋄ Designed in Utah, USA
⋄ Made in China – 'BSCI' & 'B Corp' compliant 

This product is proudly manufactured by trusted facilities in China who meet Business Social Compliance (BSCI). As a Certified B Corporation, Barebones ensure their commitment to safe, ethical, and sustainable practices is upheld by each company and artisan that touches their products worldwide, without exception.

CARE

The enamelware stainless steel rim is heat-treated to create a bronze-like patina finish. Both the surface and rim can be stripped of its unique coloring by acidic foods, such as lemon, and some harsh detergents and cleansers. We recommend hand washing the teapot to protect the natural walnut wood and help maintain the original look and feel of the enamelware pieces.

To hand wash: Use a gentle, natural cleanser. Use warm, soapy water to help remove baked-on food. Gently wipe away residue. Avoid using abrasive sponges or brushes as this may scratch the surface.

Shipping + Returns

New Zealand:
Free shipping on orders over $175.
Flat rate shipping of $8 on orders under $175.

Standard delivery times:
1-2 working days (Auckland region)
1-3 working days (outside Auckland).

Tracked courier & eco-friendly packaging on every order.

Australia:
Flat rate shipping of $25NZD.

For exceptions & further details, see our Shipping Policy.

RETURNS

You can return full-priced items within 21 days of your order dispatch date for an exchange or store credit.

Unfortunately, we cannot offer exchanges or refunds on sale items, including flash sales.


For further details, see our Returns Policy.

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