The Betty Blog
Nobody is certain, how the Brown Betty got its name. There are different stories yet nobody knows without a doubt. Unquestionably the "Brown color" in Brown Betty alludes to the shading made by the Special Rockingham glaze.
The Euturia terracotta red clay of Staffordshire was found to be ideal for teapots in 1695. It is this clay which makes Brown Betty Teapots unique. This red clay is especially known for its heat containing property, which keeps the tea warmer for a long time. These early teapots were originally made tall and thin, but early in the 19th century, they took the familiar rounded shape which we see today. Queen Victoria loved to make tea in the Brown Betty Teapot, which is one reason the Brown Betty became so famous in the Victorian age...Read More
Re-designing of Brown Betty Teapot
Re-engineering the Brown Betty Teapot
I am quite pleased with the teapot. It is high quality and looks terrific. It is microwavable and dishwasher safe and makes a great pot of tea.
Very pleased with my lovely new teapot; pours beautifully and just what I wanted. Arrived promptly., excellent service.
Great Products from the UK, at really good prices and So convenient to be able to order online !