Metal Teapots For Sale
A lovely example of the traditional cast-iron teapots known in Japan as tetsubin, this pot with its delicate, hand-cast, raised design is not only prized as a collectible, but also brews 24 ounces of tea perfectly. Its interior is glazed in enamel, so it won't rust or corrode; nor will its stainless-steel infuser. To make soothing, full-flavored tea, simply spoon loose tea leaves into the infuser, pour on simmering water, and allow to steep for three to five minutes. The heavy cast-iron construction retains heat so well, it ensures second cups will still be hot. This Cast Iron tea pot set is in Copper color The set includes: 1 Tea Kettle (7.5" Dia. 3.5"H), 24oz 2 Matching Tea Cups (3"Dia. 2"H) 1 Removable Stainless Steel Infusing Basket.
At Primula, we create items by exploring how people prepare beverages in different cultures, and work to understand the experience and ritual behind these preparations. Identifying why people love different and unique beverages is the first step in our creative process, our products are designed to exceed the expectations of our customers. Cast iron teapots have been used in the popular whole-tea leaf ceremonies in Japan dating back to the 17th century. Primula’s exquisite cast iron teapot designs are inspired by the traditional Japanese culture and capture the original function of preserving heat and evenly infusing the natural nutrients from your loose leaf tea. Our enamel interior coating prevents oxidation of the cast iron, preserving the beauty and durability of your teapot. So enjoy the splendor of our beautiful designs and the magic of a wonderful tea experience. At Primula, something extraordinary is brewing.
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Wow, whatta day. Only 354 miles today, and 9 antique and thrift stores. We saw lots of white tail deer and pronghorn off in the distance as we were driving, but never when we had a camera ready. Not a lot of interesting items today. Typical antiquing trip, you never know what you might see from store to store. This was my most interesting sight today. As I was walking between stores there was a horse and rider in English tack doing the passage through a fairly major intersection. We were in Cheyenne and they are getting ready for Frontier days which made it even more odd. Yes, it looks like they are on their way to a shootout…. A Master Crafter clock, 2 pieces of jewelry, a hippo, chicken, cow and donkey figurine and a beautiful koi scarf. Most will be up for sale at Breyerfest, as long as I can find the box they are packed in by then. The chicken is a very early piece of Hagen Renaker,and is in good condition. Most older pottery you see that has red is over-painted on the piece. There was no good way of getting a nice red glaze through the firing of pottery in the old days, so the red color is very fragile and can flake off easily. This is an example of the kind of stuff we buy. There is a Frankoma dish, kewpie dish, Fukagaway Arita plates, and a TWA plate. We get lots of car collectors through Reno for Hot August Nights so we are always looking for car stuff, and this time we found quite a few glasses. There is a beautiful red top syrup dispenser. The wildlife glasses at the top middle are always popular. The bowl and birds in the lower left corner are by Los Angeles Pottery and difficult to find in good condition. The plane decorations are metal made by Homco, stamped 1975. We have very popular air races in Reno, so another popular collectible. We buy teapots as they are trendy among brides for their bridal shower. The silver tray has red Bakelite handles which is hard to come by – that red color was difficult to manufacture in plastics as well as pottery and tends not to age well. It is now actually day 3 and we have a long ways to go. We will be late again tomorrow night as we get into an area where antique stores stay open very late. Source: Darlin' Dils Collectibles
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