Iron kettle (S)

AUD$85 Incl. GST

1 in stock

Description

1659

Production of cast iron kettle started in Iwate, Japan


The origin of cast iron kettle dates back to the 17th century. The 28th feudal lord who had a deep knowledge of tea ceremony thought of making tea ceremony kettles in his domain as the area produces high-quality iron. A renown potter was invited from Kyoto and the production has started.

People say when the tea is served in the cast iron kettle, the taste becomes mellow and delicious.

The one-off antique piece found in Tokyo antique fair. Great condition.

 


Material: Cast Iron

Size: W9.5cm × D11cm × H20cm

NOT Induction cooktop compatible

 

Additional information

Weight 295 g
Dimensions 95 x 110 x 200 mm

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