The famous tea pot by Wilhelm Wagenfeld was designed at Bauhaus in 1931 and counts among the design classics of modernity. The handmade parts of the tea pot are marked by the characteristic forms and the highest skills of the glass-making craft.
With the Wagenfeld tea pot from the Wilhelm Wagenfeld edition, Jenaer Glas presents a genuine design classic outside of international museums. The tea pot is part of the tea service that was designed in the early 1930s at Bauhaus.
80 years after its creation, the tea pot from the Wilhelm Wagenfeld edition is still an outstanding example of modern design. Its corpus resembles an elastic glass bubble that is slightly deformed by its own weight. The lid, spout and handle are shaped organically as if made by nature. The unique pieces by Wilhelm Wagenfeld edition are made from heat-resistant borosilicate glass and are characterised by its simple and functional design.
The Bauhaus design tea pot of the Wagenfeld tea service with the index number 61 is heat-resistant and suitable for dish-washing and the microwave.
The Jenaer Glas brand stands for heat resistant glass since 1918. The temperature resistant and temperature variation enduring borosilicate glass is pressed as well as blown. The material properties of Jenaer Glas products allow a wide range of usages. The advantages are obvious:
- Heat resistant up to 450°C
- Cool and freeze down to -35°C
- Resistant against temperature changes (up to 150 K)
- Suitable for microwave and microwave grill
- Non-porous surface for easy cleaning
- Dishwasher safe
- Absolutely tasteless special glass
- Doesn’t release any substances, thus ideal for people with allergies
- Perfectly suited for preparing food and beverages
- No discoloration, maximum hygiene
- High chemical and mechanical resistance