Mail Scale Teapot - cast iron - 22oz

Mail Scale Teapot - cast iron - 22oz

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The black and gold cast iron Mail Scale Teapot displays an artistic progression of a scale pattern. Starting at the bottom of the teapot, the golden scales get smaller as they reach the top. A choice combination of form and function, the cast iron composition, the Mail Scale Teapot holds heat well to maintain the flavor of your loose-leaf tea. Spec’s:
Material: Cast Iron
Teapot: 22 oz
Infuser basket included: Yes
Color: Black and Metallic gold
Leafster Recommendations:
Taiwan Wenshan Baozhong, Rose Petal Black, Rooibos Vanilla About cast iron teapots: Cast iron teapots came on the scene in Japan in the 18th century. Previously, tea was prepared in powdered form. With the emergence of loose-leaf tea, the Japanese public needed a means to steep tea leaves. During the 19th century, cast iron teapots became symbols of status, intricately and gracefully decorated. Teapots like these are what you will encounter at Happy Lucky’s Teahouse.


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