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Black Hobnail Cast Iron Teapot , 900ml Chinese Cast Iron Tea Set

Black Hobnail Cast Iron Teapot , 900ml Chinese Cast Iron Tea Set

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Place of Origin : Zhejiang, China

Brand Name : Tea & Better

Model Number : PI-01

MOQ : 1unit

Price : contact us

Packaging Details : carton

Delivery Time : 10 working days

Payment Terms : T/T, west union, Paypal

Supply Ability : 800unit/month

Type : Cast Iron Tea Set

Material : Cast Iron

Size : 900ml

Feature : Hobnail

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Traditional hobnail pattern cast iron tea pot symbolizes strength and they are enameled on the inside promoting years of use, preventing rust and oxidization, and is equipped with a stainless steel mesh infuser for use with loose-leaf tea, the ideal way to brew.

Size: 900ml

Color: Black


Black Hobnail Cast Iron Teapot , 900ml Chinese Cast Iron Tea Set



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Teapots usually have an opening with a lid at their top, where the dry tea and hot water are added, a handle for holding by hand and a spout through which the tea is served. Some teapots have a strainer built-in on the inner edge of the spout. A small hole in the lid is necessary for air access inside to stop the spout from dripping and splashing when tea is poured.


The teapot probably derived from the ceramic kettles and wine pots which were also made in bronze and other metals and were a feature of Chinese cultural life for thousands of years. The teapot was invented during the Yuan Dynasty, tea preparation in previous dynasties did not utilize a teapot. In the Tang Dynasty, a cauldron was used to boil grounded tea, which was served in bowls. Song Dynasty tea was made by pouring water boiled using a kettle into a bowl with finely ground tea leaves. A brush was then used to stir the tea.


User’s Snapshot:


This is the man's perfect tea pot. Its masculine, durable, and carries a simple warrior like mystique with the black hobnail design. The only thing i would say that could be seen as a downside to some, is care of the pot and making sure the non-enameled surfaces are meticulously dried after each use to prevent rusting. I personally enjoy cleaning the set as well as using it (its part of the whole enjoyment of tea to me) so it doesn't bother me, however i could see some that may not want to give it the care it needs and have it end up rusting on them.


Description


The first tea sets came from China around 260 BC to 220 BC, during what is called the Han Dynasty. There were two designs of tea sets: white porcelain from the North, and light blue porcelain from the South. Unlike today’s tea sets, these were comprised of bowls instead of teapots, and tea was not a recreational drink, but rather one that was used for medicinal purposes. During the Song Dynasty in China, nearly a thousand years later, the Yixing teapot was created,which was the most famous one.



From the first tea sets of the Han Dynasty to the modern iterations, several core parts remain, with others varying from the different types. The following are the main types of tea sets and their elements:
1. Tea pot
2. Cups (normally six for one unit)
3. A toolkit contains a digger, a shuffle, a funnel, a needle, tongs, and a vase.
4. A brush is used to spread the wasted tea evenly, creating a tea stain on the tray.
5. A clay animal is used as a display object and is considered lucky by Chinese tea drinkers.
6. A tray is used to catch the wasted tea/water.



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