- Le Creuset Classic Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $100 – $145 Our Price $100
- All-Clad Stainless-Steel Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $150 Our Price $99.95
- Chantal Copper Whistling Tea Kettle, Copper $160
- Chantal Whistling Tea Kettle, Stainless-Steel Sugg. Price $110 Our Price $99.95
- Le Creuset Stainless-Steel Demi Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $115 Our Price $100
- Staub Cast-Iron Round Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $243 Our Price $170
- Le Creuset Classic Stainless-Steel Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $170 Our Price $120
- Chantal Vintage Tea Kettle $49.95
- Mauviel Teakettle $150 – $200
- MacKenzie-Childs Flower Market Tea Kettle $105 – $135
- MacKenzie-Childs Courtly Check Tea Kettle $105 – $150
- Alessi 9093 Kettle $190
- Alessi Mami Kettle $210
- Alessi II Conico Kettle $300
- Alessi Pito Kettle $520
- Le Creuset Classic Demi Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $90 Our Price $70
- OXO Uplift Tea Kettle $49.95
- Williams Sonoma Rapid Boil Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $179.95 Our Price $134.96
- Le Creuset Zen Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $115 Our Price $80
- OXO Anniversary Tea Kettle $79.95
- Riess Country Dirndl Teakettle Sugg. Price $125 Sale $99.99
- Le Creuset Petite Fruit Tea Kettle $125
- Chantal Whistling Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $110 Our Price $99.95
- Le Creuset Tea Kettle & Mug Set $115
- Fellow Pour-Over Kettle with Thermometer $69.95 – $99.95
- Hario V60 Buono Pour-Over Kettle $62
- Breville One-Touch Tea Maker Sugg. Price $380 Our Price $249.95
- KitchenAid Glass Tea Kettle $149.95
- Dualit Studio Collection Kettle $99.95
- Breville Variable-Temperature Tea & Coffee Kettle Sugg. Price $200 Our Price $129.95
- Breville Temp Select Kettle Sugg. Price $150 Our Price $99.95
- Breville IQ Kettle Pure Sugg. Price $230 Our Price $149.95
- Breville Electric Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $120 Our Price $79.95
- Bonavita Gooseneck Variable Temperature Electric Tea & Coffee Kettle $94.95
- Cuisinart PerfecTemp Electric Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $185 Our Price $99.95
- Cuisinart Cordless Electric Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $130 Our Price $69.95
- Williams Sonoma Open Kitchen Programmable Electric Kettle $79.95
- OXO On Clarity Cordless Glass Electric Kettle $79.95
- Zojirushi Water Boiler & Warmer $124.95
- Zojirushi Electric Hybrid Water Boiler & Warmer $219.95
- Breville Crystal Clear Glass Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $150 Our Price $99.95
- Smeg Tea Kettle $129.95
- KitchenAid® Pro Line® Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $200 Our Price $179.95
- KitchenAid® Form Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $100 Our Price $79.95
- KitchenAid® Function Tea Kettle Sugg. Price $99.95 – $130 Sale $79.99 – $99.95
- Dualit Design Series Kettle $129.95
- Bonavita Dual Voltage Travel Electric Kettle $49.95
- Capresso Ice Tea Maker $59.95
A true tea lover often adds a number of specialty cookware sets and implements, in addition to teakettles, to a kitchen arsenal. There’s a teakettle out there to appeal to any personality or type of kitchen decor. With the right accessories, you can be assured of making that perfect cup of tea that will help ease the cares of the day. Whether you’re brewing a cup for just yourself or a pot for a special tea party, teakettles will manage the task of heating up the water to brew a cup or a pot of delicious tea. Williams-Sonoma has collected a wide array of teakettles and tea-serving accessories to make every time you serve tea a joy.
Stove-top teakettles put the convenience of hot water at your fingertips. These distinctive teakettles offer a wide range of styles to fit your unique kitchen theme or colors. What could be more perfect than a classic teakettle, which will whistle merrily to signal that it’s time to make your tea? The traditional shapes will appeal to your classic sense of style. If you prefer more of an eclectic design, you can find other teakettle models that are even more to your liking. A cast-iron teakettle comes in a variety of colors, and it has an innovative shape and outer coating that helps retain heat.
Electric teakettles offer convenience and speed to your tea-making process. One-touch units will automatically brew your tea according to your choice of brew strength and temperature. You can even delay the brew time and keep your tea warm thanks to the various settings on the unit. Find a design that fits your style with both traditional and modern teakettles available. Many models come in eye-catching colors, and they work with lightning-fast speed to deliver your hot water when you want it. A kitchen stocked with gadgets in the latest technology can’t be left behind without an electric teakettle.
A cook with a collection of copper cookware will definitely want to add separate pieces, such as a copper whistling teakettle. Imagine placing this beautiful teakettle on your stove top where it will add charm to your kitchen decor. The flat base of the teakettle ensures swift heating of the water, while the large loop handle on top makes it easy to grip the teakettle firmly and allows for comfortable pouring. When your water is hot, the teakettle will call you with a whistle that sounds like a two-tone Hohner harmonica. This copper accessory also comes with a special mitt for handling the teakettle safely.
Many cooks prefer to use ceramic nonstick cookware in the kitchen. Although nonstick properties are not essential for a teakettle, many other cookware items will benefit from having this protective coating. New innovations in nonstick cookware even help keep the surfaces free of damage and scratching to keep your pieces in better condition. From frying or sauté pans to sauce pans and Dutch ovens in a variety of sizes, nonstick cookware simplifies both the cooking and cleanup process so you can spend more time enjoying your dinner guests. This can even leave more time for enjoying a relaxing cup of tea after you finish your kitchen duties.
For the cook who collects cast-iron cookware, a cast-iron teakettle will fit easily into a collection. Choose a color to match other pieces, such as sapphire blue, graphite, basil or black. The glossy exterior may even fool you because it looks more like ceramic than cast iron. This teakettle won’t disappoint you with its durability and performance either.
A tea lover committed to making the best tea may even decide that more than one teakettle is necessary.