Degrenne, Salam Tea Set


Enjoy tea for deux with this elegant and charming tea set, designed for the tea lover in your life. Created in 1953, this emblematic, Museum of Modern Art-worthy icon was designed by French silversmith Guy Degrenne. Inspired by traditional Bedouin teapots and hospitality, the elegant Salam teapot combines a well-proportioned porcelain body in a dusky hue reminiscent of Edward Bulmer's fabulous 'Cuisse de Nymphe Emue' and a felt-lined steel cover in a creamy shade of white, ensuring your favorite tea remains warm for over an hour. For your convenience, there is a removable stainless-steel tea strainer inside. 

Beautiful, functional and chic, the Salam may be the perfect pot - and with cups, the perfect set.

  • Item Details

    Approximate Dimensions: Tea Pot: 5" H, 23 oz volume capacity; Tea Cup: 2" H, 7.54 oz volume capacity

    Material: Sandstone. Wash by hand.

    Made in: France