Japanese Cast Iron Tea Pot Golden Color (17 oz 500ZGC)

March 20, 2017 - Comment

Japanese Cast Iron Pot Tea made from sturdy iron has a matte finish enamel coating on the interior to prevent rusting. The body is cast with a nail head design. Nail head symbolizes strength and beauty in traditional Japanese culture. Cast ironware heats evenly and retains heat well and is praised worldwide for their beauty,

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Japanese Cast Iron Pot Tea made from sturdy iron has a matte finish enamel coating on the interior to prevent rusting. The body is cast with a nail head design. Nail head symbolizes strength and beauty in traditional Japanese culture. Cast ironware heats evenly and retains heat well and is praised worldwide for their beauty, strength, and superb quality. In addition to brewing tea, you can also use this teapot directly on stovetop to heat water.

Product Features

  • one 17 oz teapot Golden Finish
  • Hand cast iron teapot
  • Finished with a porcelain enamel interior
  • Great Gift Idea
  • Heavy Cast Iron Construction

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

LOVE LOVE LOVE my 30 oz plum blossom tea pot! LOVE! I purchased the 30 oz 900YH. It is my favorite thing that I purchased all year. If you are thinking of buying this, don’t hesitate and buy it now! 

Nefer Ankhre says:

Very nice product Very well made product, came as described however does not have porcelain coating inside product, which in my opinion makes the product even better, you can heat the water on the stove and brew your tea in the same pot. The packaging was excellent and it came much faster than expected. The directions for pre-use are very clear and the iron material of the pot allow the flavors of the teas to be stronger. The teapot is heavy and so are the cups, this product is very well made and for the price…

angela galanti says:

Beautiful set and I love the decorations Beautiful set and I love the decorations. I gave it as a gift to my boyfriend and we have both used it numerous times. It has been heated directly on the stove top with no problems at all. The tea stays hot for a long time on its plate and pours well without too many dribbles. The only concern I have is when the tea is poured into the cups, there is nothing to keep our hands from getting too hot while holding the cups. Not sure if there’s a trick to this type of cup since there’s probably many…

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