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Guro Red Cast Iron Teapot 27 Ounces 0.8L Kettle Sigma

by Guro
Price: $39.99 Buy Now

Features:
  • Triple layer porcelain enamel interior coating preserves the pure taste of your tea and increases the tetsubin's durability and rust resistance. A stainless steel tea-brewing basket is provided in addition to your Guro kettle.
  • Traditional Japanese Tetsubin. Great for outdoor and recreational purposes, camping and home use.
  • Popular with collectors, the Tetsubin range widely in sizes (0.5L-1.8L), shapes and colors. Explore our Amazon store for a variety of up to 20 Tetsubin styles and colors.

Product description

Guro brings you the Japanese "Tetsubin" teapot - the tetsubin was part of the ancient oriental Japanese kitchen, it was used mainly for making tea and it became a prestige status symbol among many cultures around the world. Guro's high end cast iron helps to keep your tea warmer for longer periods of time while it's interior enamel coating preserves your tea's exact flavor, fights off the rust and helps you to clean it with ease. Guro insists on manufacturing it's products with the best ingredients available while offering them in a fair price, our 27 Ounce Sigma Teapot weighs 3.0LB.



Chinese Art & Collectibles / Chinese Gifts / Chinese Cloisonne: Miniature Teapot

by Artistic Chinese Creations
Price: $15.98 Buy Now

Features:
  • This decorative cloisonne teapot is suggested as a beautiful addition to your home or as a gift to someone special.
  • Teapot Size: approx. 3.25" x 2.5" x 1.5" (8cm x 6.5cm x 4cm)
  • Chinese Cloisonne: Miniature Teapot

Product description

Chinese Cloisonne: Miniature Teapot: This decorative cloisonne teapot is suggested as a beautiful addition to your home or as a gift to someone special. Hand made. Chinese Cloisonne is also called "Enamel with copper roughcast and inlayed copper wire" abbreviated for Enamel and usually called cloisonne. Chinese Cloisonne is a kind of artwork made of red copper roughcast and decorated colorful glaze. It was well known in the time of Jingtai of Ming Dynasty (1450--1456) for the most exquisite production.