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Fruit & Flowers Glass Teapot - Ichendorf

Color: Pear

Ichendorf Milano’s Fruit teapots will transform everyday tea breaks into something extra special. Designed to look like various fruits, these quirky teapots have a shaped body, curved handle and elegant pouring spout. The transparent teapot is a warm shade.

Lovingly handmade, it’s an ideal gift for teapot collectors and fruit growers!

This teapot is part of Ichendorf Milano’s Fruit & Flowers collection, designed by Alessandra Baldereschi. With colours and shapes inspired by nature, each piece is designed to brighten up your home and bring a touch of fun to mealtimes.


Size: 19cm x 13cm (Height x Diameter)
Capacity: 100cl
Composition: Borosilicate

Size: 18cm x 12cm (Height x Diameter)
Capacity: 70cl
Composition: Borosilicate

Size: 17.5cm x 12cm (Height x Diameter)
Capacity: 110cl
Composition: Borosilicate

*Each Ichendorf Milano piece is hand-crafted, so you may notice some slight differences between glasses. But, this only adds to their charm – no two are the same!
*Hand wash only


Alessandra Baldereschi, a distinguished designer hailing from Milan, is renowned for her innovative approach to industrial design. A graduate of the prestigious Domus Academy, she has carved out a remarkable career, seamlessly blending functionality with artistic expression.

Baldereschi's work has been showcased at some of the most prestigious exhibitions worldwide, reflecting her global influence and recognition. Her notable exhibitions include the Triennale di Milano, Saint Etienne Biennial, Inside Design Amsterdam, Seoul Design Festival, and the Moss Gallery in New York. Each exhibition highlights her ability to push the boundaries of design, creating pieces that are both functional and aesthetically captivating.


Ichendorf's illustrious journey began in the early 20th century in the quaint town of Quadrath-Ichendorf near Cologne. Here, master glaziers crafted exquisite objects using a blend of materials, including silica, to cater to the refined tastes of the era. The hallmark of Ichendorf's early collections was their intricate ornamentation, which held a dominant presence until the mid-20th century.

In 1990, Ichendorf established its style centre in Milan, transforming the brand into a creative hub where artists and designers converge. This new chapter allowed Ichendorf to delve deep into the essence of materials, blending diverse artistic influences into cohesive, poetic forms. The meticulous collaboration between designers and master glaziers ensures the enduring quality and timeless appeal of Ichendorf's creations.

The fusion of tradition and innovation is at the core of Ichendorf's philosophy. The brand's unwavering pursuit of beauty in its purest forms gives rise to objects that are not only elegant and brilliant but also perfectly at home in any setting. Ichendorf's collections are a testament to delicate craftsmanship, elegance, and the seamless integration of tradition with modernity.