Hi! Is it used or for display? I would replace it if it is in use, since most glues aren't safe for food and beverages. If it is for display, I would use some E6000 glue. Stay safe!
I agree. Replace the lid if the teapot is being used. I would use liquid super glue or two part clear epoxy to glue it. Liquid super glue for non porous surfaces and gel super glue for porous surfaces.
Hi Heidi: You can glue it back together. Here is a site that may help:
Here's a site that talks about all sorts of glues
You would need a Glue for Toughened Glass that is Heat resistant and safe to use for the purpose, Ask an Adhesive Specialist to recommend one to you. Or might be easier to by a cheap teapot that has the same size lid and use the Lidless pot for flow arrangement or watering plants or other decoration. Best of luck!
You can use super glue.
Is the glass clear or opaque?
Is this a tea pot for serving tea, or for boiling the water?
How is it broken - has the knob come off, or is it cracked?
Posting a picture of your broken lid would enable us to instantly see what you are working with.
try E6000 glue
I'd use gorilla glue - the clear, not the foaming kind
Here is info for your repairs and if you know the maker of the teapot you may can order a replacement lid online from them
This might also be a help
The part you would be looking for is just a bit down the page.
Two part epoxy will fix it, but it's not food safe. I'm not sure any glues are...you could try Replacements.com to see if they have the top.