Iron Pot, Tetsubin, Kazahana
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Traditionally, cast iron kettles were made in Japan to heat water. So these tetsubins are meant to boil water, mainly for making tea.
This boiler keeps the temperature of the water relatively constant and only cools it down slowly; thus the water has the right temperature for the following infusions of the tea.
The cast iron cauldron bears the name "snow in the wind". The delicately suggested snowflakes drifting in the wind are deeply rooted in the Japanese tradition of combining tea drinking and poetry. The simple design suits any type of space and occasion.
Dimensions: 22,7 × 13.8cm
Price: 950,00 €