Recalls

Teapots Set Ablaze

Kikkerland Design of New York is recalling about 7,300 Kikkerland and Cost Plus World Market brand teapots with bamboo stands. This recall is due to the product’s bamboo votive stand’s possibility of catching fire, and posing a fire hazard to consumers.

The company has received six reports of the votive stands burning, though no injuries have been reported.

This recall involves Kikkerland and Cost Plus World Market brand teapots with bamboo stands. The 30-ounce glass teapots have a removable glass tea infuser sold with a votive-candle holder inside the bamboo stand. The Kikkerland teapots have model number TP02 printed on the packaging next to the UPC code. The Cost Plus World Market teapots have a white sticker with number 25024784 printed on the packaging. No votive candles were included with the teapots.

The teapots were manufactured in China and sold through Amazon retailers, Cost Plus World Market, Uncommon Goods and Urban Outfitters and online at www.Amazon.com from March 2014, through September 2016.

We suggest that consumers immediately stop using the recalled teapots and stands and contact the firm for return instructions. Consumers who purchased the product online will be mailed instructions on how to receive a refund. Consumers who bought the teapots at stores can return the teapots and stands for a full refund. Additionally, you may contact Kikkerland at 800-727-7151 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday or online at www.kikkerland.com.

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