Nice Egyptian-inspired design with a bronze finish. Lights well, and casts a warm light. Comes with one tealight candle. Solid base makes it very stable. Looks really nice with a glass teapot.
Some felt that the access window is too large and takes away from the design. Consider putting "feet" on it, as the bottom can easily scratch tables and other surfaces.
Solid glass, with heart-shaped design elements. Fits most teapots up to 4.5" in diameter. Dishwasher safe. Sturdy and heavy. A nice look at a decent price.
Some found this option to be too heavy, while others had it either arrive broken or develop cracks after a few uses.
Made of borosilicate glass. Works with most teapots with a base of up to 4.5" in diameter. Nice look, particularly with a glass teapot. Because it's glass, it is also a good light source. Warms well. Good price.
Not compatible with short, wide-based teapots. Some reports of tea candles not burning well within this warmer.
Heavy cast iron construction. Solid and durable. Holes are well-placed in it so wind or drafts will not be a factor for the candle. Many found this to be an attractive option, and said it works well.
Some found this model to be a little on the big and bulky side.
Features a traditional cast iron design, and a nice rustic look. Very durable, and works well to keep tea hot. Easy to light, even with a pot on it. Easy assembly.
Some buyers found that the legs do not sit even, which results in a wobble effect. If you get one of these, try switching out the position of the legs.
Teapot warmers are simple yet elegant additions to any tea party. Their function: keep your tea warm, but they can add to the ambiance. While there are several kinds of warmers available, our favorite is the simple stand and tea candle. When shopping for one, go with a sturdy design that will sit stable on the tabletop, without scratching it. Materials range from glass to heavy cast iron, and will largely depend on your personal taste, although glass is easier to clean. The ventilation area for the candle should allow enough air in for proper burning, but cut down on drafts. Check that the stand will also fit your teapot base.
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