Iwachu Japanese Iron Teapot Tetsubin Silver & Black Goldfish
  • Iwachu Japanese Iron Teapot Tetsubin Gold & Black Goldfish
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    Iwachu Japanese Iron Teapot Tetsubin Gold and Black Goldfish Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humidity in the home during the winter. The goldfish depicted in this Iwachu original design symbolizes good fortune. Iwachu is one of the finest manufacturers of Japanese ironware, w/ a company history of over 100 years. Today, craftsmen at Iwachu pay respect to this tradition by infusing each product w/ skilled precision and detail throughout the entire manufacturing process. The superior quality, beauty, and lasting durability of Iwachu products have earned them the worldwide reputation as the leading manufacturer of authentic Japanese tetsubin. Dimensions: 6.25″ x 5.5″ x 4.12″.
  • Iwachu Japanese Iron Teapot Tetsubin Goldfish
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    Iwachu Japanese Iron Teapot Tetsubin Goldfish Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humidity in the home during the winterthe goldfish depicted in this Iwachu original design symbolizes good fortune. Iwachu is one of the finest manufacturers of Japanese ironware, with a company history of over 100 years. Today, craftsmen at Iwachu pay respect to this tradition by infusing each product with skilled precision and detail throughout the entire manufacturing processthe superior quality, beauty, and lasting durability of Iwachu products have earned the m the worldwidereputation as the leading manufacturer of authentic Japanese tetsubin. Dimensions: 6.25″ x 5.5″ x 4.12″.
  • Iwachu Japanese Iron Teapot Tetsubin Goldfish
    casa.com
    Iwachu Japanese Iron Teapot Tetsubin Goldfish Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humidity in the home during the winterthe goldfish depicted in this Iwachu original design symbolizes good fortune. Iwachu is one of the finest manufacturers of Japanese ironware, with a company history of over 100 years. Today, craftsmen at Iwachu pay respect to this tradition by infusing each product with skilled precision and detail throughout the entire manufacturing processthe superior quality, beauty, and lasting durability of Iwachu products have earned the m the worldwidereputation as the leading manufacturer of authentic Japanese tetsubin. Dimensions: 6.25″ x 5.5″ x 4.12″.
  • Lee West Nomu Tea Set
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    Paying homage to Japanese craft and tradition, the Nomu Tea Set is a collection of functional tabletop items that allows users to partake in an everyday tea ceremony. The cork and ceramic teapot uses turned cork to create a heatproof sleeve which allows users to serve tea freely and appreciate the tactile quality of the materials. An integrated lock system keeps the lid in place while pouring and the cork cover can easily be removed for cleaning. The Nomu Tea Set includes teapot and two cups.
  • Menu A/S New Norm Kettle Teapot
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    What happens when Asian zen philosophy is crossed with the sleek elements of Scandinavian design? The result is a teapot with a beautiful aesthetic and flawless function. The MENU Glass Kettle Teapot stimulates all senses during tea time, with a linear Japanese form and supreme clarity. To get a perfect steep for every type of tea, the pot has an easy-to-use egg that lifts above the water line. No bitter tea, no burnt finger, and no dripping on the tea table. Zen, indeed. Packaged in branded gift box. Not for use on stoves.
  • Marimekko Räsymatto teapot
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    Fill it with your favorite stories and share with good company. Sami Ruotsalainen designed this teapot as part of the Oiva dinnerware collection. The clean lines and serene character are inspired by Japanese design. Maija Louekari created her Räsymatto pattern to complement its simplicity and tranquility. Made with white stoneware, this three-piece teapot has a natural wood handle for pouring. Take off the lid to remove the stoneware tea strainer. All these details work together to brew the perfect cup of tea. Measurements: 23.7 fl oz.
  • Unitea Teapot with Lid Strainer
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    Heat-resistant glass creates the shapely form of this teapot, filled with a simple strainer. The lid, handle, and strainer feel airy and light in transparent glass. Inspired by Zen elements, the pot suggests the cultural tradition of a Japanese tea ceremony.
  • Glass Kettle Teapot with Tea Egg design by Menu
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    Norm Glass Kettle Teapot uniquely embraces the meeting of two traditions - the Asian zen philosophy and modern Scandinavian design. A special feature is the teapot’s transparency that grants a visual experience of the tea and stimulates the senses of sight, touch and smell alike. As a fine design detail the tea egg is placed in the centre of the pot and is easily raised by pulling the attached silicon string when the tea is ready for serving. Cannot be used on the stove. 1.5 L (50 oz.) Glass, Stainles Steel, Plastic Silicone.
  • Kotobuki Black Iron Hobnail Teapot
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    Stylish ceramic and iron teapot features a glazed classic hobnail exterior and a smooth interior. Interior metal basket prevents tea bag from falling through or can be used with loose leaf teas. 18-oz. cap. Made in Japan.
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  • Bodum Glass Teapot
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    Traditional in design, this teapot is fashioned from clear glass, so you can watch the tea steeping. Once it reaches the desired strength, press the plunger of its infuser to instantly halt the brewing process, preventing the tea from tasting bitter. The hand-blown borosilicate glass, which was developed for laboratory use, combines extreme heat resistance with high clarity and durability. Generously sized, the stainless-steel infuser provides plenty of space for the tea leaves to release their full flavor; it can also be used for holding (and easily removing) tea bags. The handle provides a cool, comfortable hold, and the spout pours neatly. The lid is stainless steel. Dishwasher safe. 34-oz. cap. for four cups of tea; 5 1/2" high. Made in China.
  • Pier 1 Imports Tomoko Teapot Set
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    A delicate porcelain teapot. Four matching teacups. And a special stand from which to pour, then store. Once this authentic Chinese set is yours, you won't trade it for all the you-know-what in you-know-where. Cream, blue, green. Stand: 7.75" Dia x 4"H. Porcelain, iron. Dishwasher-safe. Not microwaveable.
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  • BergHOFF Neo Teapot
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    Features: Teapot. Neo collection. Material: Cast iron. Stainless steel infuser. Suitable for all heat sources. Durable oak handle. Traditional looking teapot with a modern twist. Seasoned exterior with a black enameled interior. Fully enameled inside with stainless steel filter basket for the tea leaves. Keep tea longer hot than regular porcelain or glass teapots. Hand wash only. Capacity: 1.1 Quart. Overall dimensions: 4.75" H x 5.75" W x 5.75" D.
  • Marimekko Unikko 50th Anniversary teapot
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    Share with Good Company. Imagine an aromatic tea steeping in this gorgeous, wood handled Oiva teapot—it could transform you into a tea fanatic if you’re not one already. Sami Ruotsalainen designed the Oiva teapot using clean lines inspired by Japanese design; its tranquil character is complimented by the jubilant Unikko pattern. The pot, strainer and wood-knobbed lid are made of hard porcelain ensuring a long lifespan; the glazed color and pattern remain vibrant. In honor of Unikko's 50th anniversary, the teapot features a celebratory color combination and a 50th anniversary Unikko stamp on the bottom.
  • Marimekko Unikko teapot
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    Fill it with your favorite stories and share with good company. Sami Ruotsalainen designed this teapot as part of the Oiva dinnerware collection. The clean lines and serene character are inspired by Japanese design. He handpicked Maija Isola’s beloved Unikko pattern to complement its simplicity and tranquility. Made with white stoneware, this three-piece teapot has a natural wood handle for pouring. Take off the lid to remove the stoneware tea strainer. All these details work together to brew the perfect cup of tea. Measurements: 23.7 fl oz.
  • Zara Home Colored Teapot
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    Colored iron teapot with a raised design and handle.
  • Norm Kettle Teapot
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    Uniquely embracing the meeting of two traditions - Asian zen philosophies and modern Scandinavian design - Norm's Kettle Teapot features a transparency that grants a visual experience of the tea and stimulates the senses of sight, touch, and smell alike. The teapot's transparency allows the user to visually experience tea-making while simultaneously stimulating the senses. The included tea egg is both a functional strainer and unique design detail, easily raised and lowered with the attached silicone string.
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  • menu Kettle Teapot With Tea Egg
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    Norm Glass Kettle Teapot uniquely embraces the meeting of two traditions - the Asian zen philosophy and modern Scandinavian design. A special feature is the teapot's transparency that grants a visual experience of the tea. Fill the unique egg-shaped stainless steel tea infuser with your favorite loose leaf tea. Lower it to infuse the tea to infuse. When the tea is finished infusing, raise the egg by pulling the attached silicon string and serve. Holds 1.5L (50.7 oz)
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  • Christian Lacroix Sol Y Sombra Teapot
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    Material: fine porcelain. Dimensions: H12xL23cm. Iconic CL watercolour stripe design in black & white. With gold & silver coloured details. Created with prestigious porcelain makers Vista Alegre. Made in Portugal. Matching Sol y Sombra dinner service available.
  • Georg Jensen - Tea with Georg Teapot
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    Scholten & Baijings designed a service that mirrors the tradition in modern times for Georg Jensen. The "Tea with Georg” teapot was inspired by Japanese tea culture. The name of the Tea with Georg teapot is a tribute to the silver smith Georg Jensen, whose name is still a synonym for table culture today. Scholten & Baijings designed a collection of dishes for tea and coffee based on traditional Japanese tea ceremonies, adding some modern elements. That’s how the series of Georg Jensen offers a modern touch to traditional, ancient rituals. The Tea with Georg teapot by Georg Jensen is made of high gloss polished stainless steel and has a capacity of 1.2 l. It has a closing of blue acrylic as an accentuating detail. Besides the teapot, the Tea with Georg collection also includes a teapot warmer, an étagère, tea cups, a sugar bowl as well as a milk jug.
  • Unimug Red Teapot with Lid Strainer
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    Heat-resistant glass creates the shapely form of this teapot, filled with a simple strainer. Tinged with vibrant color, the set is a modern interpretation of Zen elements, a subtle nod to the Japanese tea ceremony reimagined in contemporary terms.
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  • Unimug Gray Teapot with Lid Strainer
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    Heat-resistant glass creates the shapely form of this teapot, filled with a simple strainer. Tinged with vibrant color, the set is a modern interpretation of Zen elements, a subtle nod to the Japanese tea ceremony reimagined in contemporary terms.
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