Vintage Coarse Pottery Japanese Teapot

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Although Japanese sado is originated in China, it has its distinct characters of Japan and unique meaning. Rooted in the daily life, Japanese sado is a comprehensive cultural and art activity combing daily behaviors, religion, philosophy, ethics and aesthetics. Japanese tea culture is famous all around the world and the Vintage Coarse Pottery Japanese Teapot is its true reflection. This tea set is the perfect companion for enjoying tea. What adds more to the beauty of Japanese tea culture is the Vintage Coarse Pottery Japanese Teapot in which tea is served. Vintage Coarse Pottery Japanese Teapot is exquisite, classy and elegant and this is the reason that it is in demand all over the world. Vintage Coarse Pottery Japanese Teapot is praised for its beauty, strength, and superb quality. If you are tea lover or looking for Japanese tea set, with this Japanese tea set is a smart choice. It come in a smart presentation box and would make great gifts.


Material: Coarse Pottery.

Teapot of Style A: Length 16 cm (6.3 inches), Height 8.8 cm (3.46 inches), 200 ml (6.83 oz).

Teapot of Style B: Length 14 cm (5.51 inches), Height 6.8 cm (2.68 inches), 200 ml (6.83 oz).

Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Totally love it!
It's a very nice tea pot. This is amazing....made hot beverages. It works perfectly well. My Teapot handle is so well designed. I can pick it up, tip it to pour and then set it back down without it slipping or causing any discomfort to my fingers or hand. I have arthritis, so this is a true blessing. I would like to say, 'Thank you,' to the wonderful people who work creating this magnificent and beautiful teapot. Shipped fast, arrived in perfect shape due to the good packing job. Is a beautiful, solid teapot, should last a lifetime. I would definitely recommend this pot.
Review by Kenzie / (Posted on 12/17/2020)

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