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Tea.tanic Tea Bag Holder by Gordon Adler

.tanic tea bag holder is a beautiful design to honor the great ship Titanic and everyone who sailed in this ship. This stainless steel tea bag holder fits all coffee and tea mugs, simply press to squeeze your tea bag. Although we consider this as beautiful product design yet it's pretty haunting as well, when you use this tea bag holder, you won't remember about the beauty of the ship but about the tragic accidents. Tea.tanic tea bag holder will sink half of its body to steep the tea bag in hot water to serve your tea.

Designer : Gordon Adler

Tea.tanic Tea Bag Holder by Gordon Adler

Tea.tanic Tea Bag Holder by Gordon Adler

Tea.tanic Tea Bag Holder by Gordon Adler

Tea.tanic Tea Bag Holder by Gordon Adler

Tea.tanic Tea Bag Holder by Gordon Adler


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