Japanese Tetsubin Cast Iron Hexagon Teapot

November 14, 2016 - Comment

The Japanese have been using Tetsubin teapots for centuries to brew tea, heat water & provide comfort and warmth. The design of the teapot reflected the status of the owner and was, and still is, considered a work of art. Each Cast Iron Tetsubin teapot is hand-cast, as well as hand-finished, and fitted with a

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The Japanese have been using Tetsubin teapots for centuries to brew tea, heat water & provide comfort and warmth. The design of the teapot reflected the status of the owner and was, and still is, considered a work of art. Each Cast Iron Tetsubin teapot is hand-cast, as well as hand-finished, and fitted with a removable stainless steel mesh infuser basket. The interior of each pot is lined with porcelain enamel to prevent rusting and requires very little care. These are not tea ‘kettles’ but are tea brewing vessels. They should not be placed directly on the stove top burner. Hand wash.

26 ounces; Trivet included is 7″ in diameter

Product Features

  • Cast iron pot lined with enamel to prevent rusting
  • Included for free is a matching trivet and a removable stainless steel infuser.

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