Tropical Fish Inspired Tea Pot. 18cm tall. 900ml capacity. Available with stainless steel handle.
This product was designed in the UK and manufactured to the highest standards of quality in order to bring you many years of pleasure and use.
Our stainless steel products are made from high grade 18/10 material which will retain it’s beauty and shine indefinitely with minimal care. To clean, simply wash with warm, soapy water and dry thoroughly with a soft cloth.
When filled with hot liquid the metal surface of your product will be too hot to touch; so please be sure to pick it up using the handle and knob which are designed to be cooler.
One way and another, I have spent a lot of time in New York City and on one particular occasion I was in a nightclub, very late and very worse for wear! I sat down to find a fish tank beside me and inside the tank was a beautiful purple and gold tropical fish, looking at me head on. In a flash it turned away and transformed from a golden sliver to a bright golden disc and it â€˜gaveâ€™ me its shape. One of those momentsâ€¦
Bed Springs to Egg Cups
Nick Munro studied engineering and design at Nottingham University Imperial College of Science and Technology and The Royal College of Art London and launched his career in design by turning bedsprings into egg-cups - an instant hit which won him the prize of UK Young Entrepreneur of the Year.
Since then the Nick Munro brand has become synonymous with original modern British design.
Nick's signature collection has grown to include pewter ceramics glass furniture and lighting all featuring his distinctive combination of craftsmanship integrity and wit.
Over recent years many prestigious international companies have commissioned Nick to contribute to their design programs and joint ventures have come to fruition with Wedgwood The V&A Museum La Cafetiere Fired Earth John Lewis Bugatti in Italy and Royal in Malaysia.
In 2008 P&O Cruises launched their new superliner Ventura featuring specially commissioned Nick Munro designs from stem to stern and from cutlery to sculpture.
In 2009 John Lewis brought Nick’s furniture designs to the high streets of Britain for the first time.
During the first months of 2010 BBC1 recruited Nick as an expert mentor for their innovative series ‘High Street Dreams’.
In November 2010 Nick successfully opened the doors of his first independent high street retail store in Chester UK.