I am a Tetu Cast Iron Kyusu Teapot. Here is my handle, here is my spout. I'm here to show you what tea's all about.
The name of this piece is Kyusu, which traditionally means teapot, and often the word refers to one with a side handle. This one's a bit confusing because it has a handle on top (still technically a kyusu) and it has a contemporary shape that makes it look like a kettle. Semantics aside, we love it! You can use it to brew loose leaf tea as it cleverly includes a stainless steel strainer.
Tetu Cast Iron Kyusu Teapot was curated by Stevenson Aung
Designer: Makoto Koizumi
Dimensions: 6” (w) x 4.8” (l) x 5.5” (h) or 152.4mm (w) x 121.92mm (l) x 139.7mm (h)
Weight: 2.84 Ibs or 1.28 kg
Volume: Approximately 0.56 L
Materials: Nambu Cast Iron, Walnut lid, Stainless steel strainer
Thickness of around 4mm
The cast iron is made by pouring liquid iron into a sand casted mold
Interior is enamel coated
Smooth, round walnut lid reduces overall weight
Detailed spout tip designed for precision pouring essential for serving
Cast iron handle folds down for easy storage
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