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Sun's Tea (Tm) Super White Ceramic Teapot Warmer (White)

by Sunvelley Enterprises LLC
Price: $16.99 Buy Now

  • Heat resistant white Ceramic Warmer
  • Fits most teapots up to 50oz with a base of up to 4.5" in diameter (Thin glass or metal teapot only)
  • Dishwasher Safe

Product description

Heat resistant Ceramic Warmer # Heat resistant white Ceramic Heating Plate # Fits most teapots up to 50oz with a base of up to 4.5" in diameter # Dishwasher Safe # Best work with Sun's Tea Glass teapot and chocolate melting bowl set (sold seperately)

Metropolitan Tea White Ceramic Teapot Warmer

by Metropolitan Tea
Price: $12.95 Buy Now

  • White ceramic construction
  • Candle and teapot not included.
  • Dishwasher safe

Product description

Serve the perfect cup of tea every time with this Metropolitan Tea teapot warmer. The glazed ceramic construction is beautifully designed and allows for a tea light candle to sit in the interior compartment with an open window so your teapot stays warm. This warmer will accommodate any of Metropolitan Tea's ceramic teapots, regardless of size. Even better, this teapot warmer is dishwasher safe for easy cleanup. Candle not included.

4" diameter

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Chairman Mao Would Not Be Amused

Chairman Mao Would Not Be Amused

Published by Grove/Atlantic, Inc. 2007

ISBN 9780802196132,0802196136
322 pages

Chairman Mao Would Not Be Amused is a showcase for 20 writers from the new literary generation in China. Hard-core realism, experimental prose, and black humor; exoticism and eroticism;shocking tales of brutality, tender evocations of love, and engrossing mysteries all coexist in an anthology that spans nearly a decade, ten years that have witnessed a dizzying array of societal and political changes. Almost all of the stories appear in English translation for the first time. Includes Shi Tiesheng, “First Person”; Hong Ying, “The Field”; Su Tong, “The Brothers Shu”; Wang Meng, “A String of Choices”; Li Rui, “Sham Marriage”; Duo Duo, “The Day I Got to Xi’an”; Chen Ran, “Sunshine Between the Lips”; Li Xiao, “Grass on the Rooftop”; Yu Hua, The Past and the Punishments”; Mo Yan, “The Cure”;...

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Japanese teapot

Recently I bought a nice cast iron teapot from Japan. I want to explain to you how to take care of it. How To Use The Cast Iron Teapot. The teapot was designed to suit our present lifestyle, with the spirit and style of a. traditional teapot. This is the most important tool for Japanese tea ceremony, which started. • The teapot was produced from an iron mold. • Please use it as a teapot for English or Japanese tea. • Don't heat an empty pot, because has an enamel finish. • Please take care not to drop the pot or hit it against something hard, it can be damaged. Take special care of the spout and the knob of the lid. • The teapot itself, the lid and the strainer are made of steel so please be careful not to. grind them together, as the colored surface would change. • The pot can be heated up with a candle warmer, but not with a direct fire. • After use, please wipe the moisture on the inside and outside, otherwise it may rust. • Please keep the strainer and the lid separately, as it helps to prevent rust. • If unused for some time, please keep it dry and away from moisture. • These products are individually hand-made so they may differ slightly from one pot to the. • When using the pot, the lid and handle may become hot, so please take care. Also the iron pot is sometimes affected with tea residue. This can leave a black mark on. the table, so you should use a coaster. I hope this It will be useful for everybody. Also, if you are looking for a nice Japanese teapots (ceramic or cast iron), I would recommend my favorite shop here. If you are interested in tetsubin in general, you should read the following:. With a weight of 1. 65 kg for a capacity of 1. 3 liters, this is the old tetsubin I use now. Take this presentation to better understand this accessory. In this regard, Teaparker published 3 articles on its website (1, 2, 3). Teaparker tells us that from the Tang Dynasty (618-907) containers were used cast iron for boiling tea water. This use has spread in Japan and it is there that the tradition has survived to this day, and it's mostly out there that we do these antiques. Water is the second ingredient of the tea. The water turns tetsubin in contact with his iron (see the review). But that does not mean that all are equal tetsubins. The shape, the quality of the cast. vary and affect the tea. See below against rusty inside my tetsubin. This is the natural result of contact of the melt with water and air. It is important to check that the water coming out of the tetsubin is completely transparent. With this tetsubin, I have 10 times the boiling water (and discard) before his water begins to be safe to drink. From the time it is used every day (and dried after each use), there is no rust problem. A bit like a teapot zisha a tetsubin improves with use. Many traders like to add products to shine outside tetsubins. Unfortunately, this has the effect of blocking the pores and reduce the filtering function of the kettle, according Teaparker. He advises us to focus on how we heat the tetsubin. Whether we use gas, electricity or fire of charcoal will also impact on water quality. A tip is to gently heat the old tetsubins often fragile. One of the most fragile places is the cove and its attachment to the body of the kettle. Under the bronze lid of my tetsubin found the mark Lung Wen Tang, one of the best known firms. Sometimes off the mark, we find the inscription that this is a commemorative coin tetsubin (an anniversary of a temple, the launch of a company. This then means that this tetsubin was produced in large amount to be given as a gift. The best tetsubins are those who bear the name of its original owner on the outside (and also under the cover). They are so unique collectibles and, in general, we will use the font better to achieve them. Teaparker during a class, also gave us his thing to determine the quality of the cast of a tetsubin: gently tap the tetsubin with the lid. If you want to know how tetsubin are made,.

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Chinese Dragon and Phoenix teapot
Chinese Dragon and Phoenix teapot
I bought this teapot from Chinatown, Vancouver, Canada in 2005 and it's comes with four matching cups and a tea tray that can be kept warm with tea lights. It's used occasionally, and it has a dragon on the other side and phoenix on the other, same motif is also used on the cups and the tray. Size: 2 cups Pros: - Beautiful - Practical - Easy to clean - Comes with a set - Good show piece Cons: - A bit small - Metal strainer is difficult to remove when hot Overall score: 4 out of 5
Photo by dejahthoris on Flickr
Tea - My Sri Lankan Teapot
Tea - My Sri Lankan Teapot
This teapot is a pot and has a cup which nestles underneath it, so that it warms the cup as you wait for the tea to brew.
Photo by ☼zlady on Flickr
Photo by JeremyMcWilliams on Flickr
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