A cast iron teapot in a very soft powdery turquoise, the spiral pattern envelops the roundness of this variant of the modern tetsubin revisited with a European and very decorative taste. The spirals in relief are given a patina on their edges and end around the lid. This gives a dynamic movement to this enamelled teapot on the inside and equipped with a wide strainer filter for better infusion of the tea.
Cast iron is a very conductive material, which means that water boils quickly, which is why it was intended for the tetsubin, a kettle above all, the heat lasts long after. The stainless steel filter and the enameled interior (FDA food enamel) now allow it to infuse tea directly.
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