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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.
This Cast Iron tea pot set is in Green Bamboo Pattern The set includes: 1 Tea Kettle (6.5" D. 3.5"H), 20oz 2 Matching Tea Cups (3"Dia. 2"H) 1 Trivet (5.5" D.) 1 Removable Stainless Steel Infusing Basket "Tesubin" Teapot Cast Iron teapots were first created in ancient China. They were later adopted and refined by the Japanese into Tetsubin: Graceful, elegant vessels for brewing and serving tea. Made of specially purified cast iron, they are symbolic of strength and unity. A coating of black enamel is applied to the inner surfaces to help prevent the development of rust. A removable stainless steel infusing basket is supplied for ease of preparation,. As with all "tetsubin" (cast iron teapots) this will brew a marvelous pot of tea and keep it hot for quite some time.
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Blue and white porcelain is arguably China's most well-known, easily recognized, and popular design. Tranquil Tuesdays Blue and White Fluttering Leaf Collection re-imagines this distinctly Chinese and iconic pattern with a contemporary, chic touch. The Tranquil Tuesdays Fluttering Leaf set with Phoenix Honey Orchid Oolong Tea is exclusive to The New York Times Store and arrives in a Tranquil Tuesdays for The New York Times wooden gift box. A delightful gift for any occasion that is sure to impress. Brewing Guidelines: Enjoy 1.5 tablespoons of Tranquil Tuesdays Phoenix Honey Orchid Oolong tea with one cup (about 8oz or 250mL) of filtered or spring water at 100 C/ 212 F. They recommend a quick tea rinse to awaken and open the tealeaves: pour the water over the tea, wait five to ten seconds, then dispose of the water. Next, steep the tea for up to fifteen seconds, lengthening the steeping time with each subsequent infusion. Take care as oolong teas can quickly become astringent from over-steeping. Experiment and adjust according to your own preferences and taste. Tranquil Tuesdays partners with artists in Chinas ancient porcelain capital, Jingdezhen, to design and craft their unique and beautiful teaware pieces. To source their premium teas, they travel throughout rural China to search for the most delicious teas from small family-owned farms. They work directly with the families who grow, pick, and handcraft their teas, and they visit often to be able to source in small, fresh batches. Additionally, Tranquil Tuesdays is committed to the importance of provenance. Honoring the traditions of high quality tea craftsmanship, each of their teas comes from its region of historical growing origin linked to its distinctive flavor, or terroir. Tranquil Tuesdays is committed to showcasing unblended and unscented teas, allowing you the chance to discover the rich and exciting taste of a teas natural harvest. As this item is on sale, no further discounts or coupon codes apply.
Japanese Cherry Blossom Tree Tea Set (1 pot 4 cups). Material Type: Porcelain. Made in Japan. Traditionally, tea is served to enhance a good meal or conclude a festive gathering in a spirit of sharing. Offer your guests the opportunity to share in this tradition with this authentic Japanese tea set. -Tea set includes 1 teapot and 4 teacups -One-handled teapot is great for pouring and serving.
Satsuma style tea set . Q. I received a hand-painted Japanese tea set from my grandmother, who purchased it at an estate sale in Detroit, Michigan, many years ago. The set is very colorful with gold accents and is in great condition. There are six 7-inch plates, six cups and saucers, a teapot, sugar bowl and creamer. The marking on your Satsuma-style tea set indicates that it was manufactured around 1955. Satsuma stoneware or earthenware pottery features a great deal of elaborate decoration and oriental themes. It was produced almost entirely for the Western export market — Japanese collectors had very little interest in it. Very high-quality Satsuma ware pieces have a buff body, a finely crackled glaze and exquisite detail. This may be Kyoto Satsuma, the common name for Satsuma-style export wares produced in the Kyoto area into the 20th century. The Kyoto pottery is usually characterized by simple details, heavily applied moriage and rich, thick red and blue enamel. Moriage is a slip decoration of raised enamel and is mostly limited to pieces made outside of the Satsuma region. At auction, the set might fetch $80-$125. A reasonable retail price tag would be around $250. Eastlake dresser. This dresser was in my grandmother's home for many years. The mirror is wavy and does seem old, but there are no maker's marks anywhere. I hope you can give me some information about how old it is and where it was made. It measures 32 inches tall and 72 inches to the top of the mirror. The top is 36 inches wide and 18 inches deep. Your Eastlake style oak dresser was made in America, around 1900-1910. British architect and author Charles Eastlake (1836-1906) originated the architectural and home design reform aesthetic now known as the Eastlake Movement, which valued... In America, many manufacturers used the ideas and drawings in Eastlake's book, " Hints on Household Taste in Furniture Upholstery and Other Details ," to mass-produce Eastlake-style furniture. Eastlake furniture is generally geometric, with subtle curves and lightly incised ornamental carving, in contrast to the more common, highly decorated pieces popular during the Victorian era. Today, Eastlake furniture is not as popular as it was in the late 20th century, and prices have declined. At auction, it might sell for $100-$150, while a retail asking price would be $200-$300. Art Deco lamp. This lamp belonged to my grandmother and is at least 90 years old. It measures 14 inches high and 6 inches wide. The base is black marble and the ball light shade is gold colored glass. Your Art Deco-era (1920s-1940s) table lamp has a very appealing theme and should be attractive to collectors. The important unknown, which will determine its value, is whether the woman is made from spelter or cast bronze. Spelter, an alloy of zinc and copper, was often used for many cast, ornamental Art Deco and Art Nouveau pieces in the late 19th century and early 20th century, "standing in" for cast bronze. To test if this is spelter, you can lightly scratch the base. If it is brass-finished spelter, it will show a silvery scratch. If your lamp is spelter, it would likely sell at auction for $250-$350, and have a retail price of around $500-$700. If it is solid bronze, it would be more valuable, realizing $500-$800 at auction and priced at $800-$1,000 in an antiques shop. Art Nouveau notepad. We're interested in knowing more about a small metal notepad we bought some years ago. Its stamped-metal cover is non-magnetic and its closure is a tiny metal-capped wooden pencil. Dimensions are roughly 1-3/4 inches wide by 2-3/4 inches long and 1/4 inch thick. Your Art Nouveau (1890-1910) notepad or autograph book is probably French and may be silver-plated. These were popular items and are interesting collectibles today. Without the chain and clip your charming little book would probably sell for $40-$60 at auction, and would carry a retail price. Source: www.oregonlive.com
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Mix hundreds of millions of dollars in petroleum reserves; rapacious oil barons and crooked politicians; under-the-table payoffs; murder, suicide, and blackmail; White House cronyism; and the excesses of the Jazz Age. The result: the granddaddy of all American political scandals, Teapot Dome. In The Teapot Dome Scandal, acclaimed author Laton McCartney tells the amazing, complex, and at times ribald story of how Big Oil handpicked Warren G. Harding, an obscure Ohio senator, to serve as our twenty-third president. Harding and his so-called “oil cabinet” made it possible for the oilmen to secure vast oil reserves that had been set aside for use by the U.S. Navy. In exchange, the oilmen paid off senior government officials, bribed newspaper publishers, and covered the GOP campaign debt....
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who purchased it at an estate sale in Detroit, Michigan, many years ago. The set is very colorful with gold accents and is in great condition. There are six 7-inch plates, six cups and saucers, a teapot, sugar bowl and creamer. D.R., NW Portland A.
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