New Star International T8200 Cast Iron Tea Set with Trivet, 22 Ounce, Burgundy Floral Design

June 7, 2017 - Comment

The “Tetsubin” Teapot or Cast Iron teapots were first created in ancient China. They were later adopted and refined by the Japanese into Tetsubin. Graceful, elegant vessels for brewing and serving tea. Made of specially purified cast iron, they are symbolic of strength and unity. A coating of black enamel is applied to the inner

Buy Now! $31.99Amazon.com Price
(as of September 22, 2017 2:37 pm PDT - Details)

The “Tetsubin” Teapot or Cast Iron teapots were first created in ancient China. They were later adopted and refined by the Japanese into Tetsubin. Graceful, elegant vessels for brewing and serving tea. Made of specially purified cast iron, they are symbolic of strength and unity. A coating of black enamel is applied to the inner surfaces to help prevent the development of rust. A removable stainless steel infusing basket is supplied for ease of preparation,. As with all “tetsubin” (cast iron teapots) this will brew a marvelous pot of tea and keep it hot for quite some time.

Product Features

  • This beautiful set contains a 22 oz teapot which includes a removable stainless steel mesh basket infuser
  • The two cups each 4 Ounce measure at 3 Inches wide by 2 inches high and are finished with enamel on the inside, as is the teapot to prevent rusting
  • Also includes a trivet 5¼ Inch W
  • In Asia the dragonfly is a symbol of joy and happiness as well as a symbol of courage and strength, very auspicious
  • Package Contain: 22 Ounce Teapot, Two Cups & Trivet

Comments

THOMAS says:

Functional and looks great I really like the dragons. It wasn’t clear in the pictures but there ar dragons on each of the cups. I also ordered a pair of black leaf costers to complete the look. This and my other two tea sets are the first thing you may see as you come in my house that or the swords spears and shields. The cups are the only problem. With this set. The best solution is to use my China / porsolyn cups. The cast iron sucks the heat out of the tea so you have a cup you can’t hold or put your lips to and cold…

Matthew says:

I’d call this an amazing value for the size of the pot and coming … My first real teapot, cast iron makes a huge difference. I’d call this an amazing value for the size of the pot and coming with two cups and a stand. It’s attractive and functional. The spout is quite good and almost never drips. The mesh bowl is fine, and combined with how it pours I almost never get any leaf bits in my tea.The paint job isn’t perfect, but I’m taking off stars for that.

david fawcett says:

Beautiful teapot – well made My Wife uses this every day and she absolutley loves it – only ask would be for a larger size – but it is beautiful

Write a comment

*