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Break tradition with this beautiful red Japanese iron kyūsu (or teapot) handmade exclusively in Iwate Japan by skilled craftsmen, in one of only 2 areas producing these teapots dating back to the 17th century. A smaller version of the tradiional Tetsubin iron teapots which were used on open fires, the kyūsu became popular in Japan in the 19th century as 'status symbols'.
Decorated in Japanese symbols indicating the 'Four Seasons' this teapot is perfect for all occasions and enjoyed equally with all types of tea. Glazed with enamel on the inside and with a fitted tea strainer, these teapots are built to last.
"Farm when it's sunny, read when it rains." - Japanese Proverb
Beautiful borosilicate glass teapot with lid and glass strainer. An essential accessory for any tea connoisseur and great for afternoon tea or after dinner tea with friends. The clear glass...
Beautiful borosilicate glass teapot with lid and glass strainer. An essential accessory for any tea connoisseur. The clear glass allows you to enjoy watching your tea leaves unfurl, and can...
This is possibly the best tea filter we could find. Great for tea mugs or small pots. Unlike some cheaper metal filters, this filter does not loose its shape. It...