Ilsa Enamelled Cast Oron Hob Reducer, 12 cm

The Ilsa Gas Ring Reducer is the ideal tool to reduce the burner opening in the center grates on gas cooktops. Now the smallest pan or moka, espresso or coffee pot can fit on the stovetop safely and securely. The gas ring reducer provides a stable place to put any pot or kettle, no matter how small. The ring reducer will also work with camp stoves and is great to take along on camping trips or with RVs.

Product Features

  • The Ilsa Gas Ring Reducer is the ideal tool to reduce the burner opening in the center grates on gas cooktops
  • Now the smallest pan or moka, espresso or coffee pot can fit on the stovetop safely and securely
  • The gas ring reducer provides a stable place to put any pot or kettle, no matter how small
  • The ring reducer will also work with camp stoves and is great to take along on camping trips or with RVs
  • Made in Italy

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Trivet & Tetsubin Japanese style Cast Iron Black hobnail tea pot kettle 0.6 litre

Trivet & Tetsubin Japanese style Cast Iron Black hobnail tea pot kettle 0.6 litre – GOTO In short; Tetsubin Japanese style Cast Iron Teapot Black hobnail design 0.6 litre Height; handle up 16cm, handle down 11cm Diameter; 12.5cm , with spout 15cm Weight; 1kg empty Trivet Japanese style black cast iron trivet 14cm diameter – GOTO In short;These have been made to match our range of cast iron teapots & kettles to protect your surfaces from the heat. At the base of the trivet are three legs covered with rubber. The trivets measure approximately 14cm in diameter and 2cm in height. Weight; 0.4kg Instructions for use: Before using to brew tea, boil a pot of water and pour it out to prepare the pot for use. After each use, make sure that the pot is clean and dry to prevent the formation of rust. If water is left in the pot, chemicals from the minerals in the water may eventually erode the enamel coating. Tea should not be left in the pot overnight. In the unlikely event of rust, the pot can still be used. After cleaning the rusted area with a soft brush, boil used teabags or tealeaves. The tannic acid from the tea will react naturally with the iron producing a coating over the area. Store your pot in a cool, dry place or put it on display.

Product Features

  • Tetsubin Japanese style Cast Iron Teapot 0.6l
  • Black hobnail design, Weight; 1kg empty
  • Height; handle up 16cm, handle down 11cm
  • Diameter; 12.5cm , with spout 15cm
  • Trivet Japanese style black cast iron trivet 14cm diameter – GOTO

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Traditonal Sturdy Cast Iron Teapot Tea Kettle with Infuser Heat Resistant Lid and Knob (0.8 litre,Gold)

BXT Retro Sturdy Cast Iron Teapot Tea Kettle with Infuser

Sit back, relax and enjoy the perfect cup of tea with our range of classic teapots from BXT tablewares. This teapot is a must for all tea lovers, along with a stainless steel strainer, not leave any other taste except tea.. The design inspired by ancient Chinese teapot and well made in China. Stunning Artistic motif ornament on your fireplace when not using it, much more special making a pot of tea for friends.

Basic Information
♦ Material: Cast iron
♦Capacity: 800ml
♦Durable cast iron construction
♦Stainless steel infuser basket
♦Material: Cast iron
♦Includes Lid: Yes
♦Pattern: Flower

Dimensions
♦ Overall Height – Top to Bottom: 18CM
♦ Overall Width – 18CM
♦ Lid Diameter – 7.2cm
♦ Pot Height- 9cm
♦ Botton Diameter: 9.5CM
♦ Overall Product Weight:1.4KG

Top reasons to choose
√ It is a joy to look at and makes great tea
√ could actually be placed directly onto a hot plate
√ would stand the test of time
√ could be easily cleaned and maintained
√ wouldn’t break the bank
√ was well built and solid enough to take the abuse of a busy kitchen

Tips
After each use, make sure that the pot is clean and dry to prevent the formation of rust. Tea should not be left in the pot overnight.

Product Features

  • Maximum capacity 0.8L, enough holds 3 generous cups of tea. Teapot weight aprox 1.3KG
  • Durable heavy weight purified cast iron construction, excellent serve you for many years to come. Easy to use, Easy to clean
  • Inspired by prized antique teapot, fine craftmanship and graceful design with delicate embossed pattern, much more special making a pot of tea for family members, friends,clients. Awesome giftweare for all tea lovers
  • Coming with a solid lid, a removable stainless steel mesh infuser, idea for brewing, serving your favorite loose tea, or herbal teas, morning coffee
  • Lovely spout and twine wrapped fold down handle, Perfect used on a multi fuel stove, log burner,or wood burning stove. Hand-wash recommended, we suggest keep it dry when not in use

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Trivet & Tetsubin Japanese style Cast Iron black hobnail tea pot kettle 1.2L

Cast iron teapots were originally created in ancient china. They were then adopted and developed by the Japanese in the 17 century into practical as well as decorative handicraft items sold under the name of Tetsubin. The cast iron tea pots symbolize the everlasting strength and unity of the world and the more intricate are often given as gifts and kept as status symbols. Through special treatments, impurities are removed from the cast iron during the production process. A coating of misty black enamel is then applied to help prevent the formation of rust. Due to their strength of construction these pots may be used as kettles (to boil water) or as tea pots (to brew tea). Most sizes come with a stainless steel mesh infuser for brewing loose tea. If using the pot to boil water this infuser should be removed before doing so. The pot has been decorated with a hobnail design in traditional black. Before using to brew tea, boil a pot of water and pour it out to prepare the pot for use. After each use, make sure that the pot is clean and dry to prevent the formation of rust. Tea should not be left in the pot overnight. In the unlikely event of rust, the pot can still be used. After cleaning the area with a soft brush, boil used teabags or tealeaves. The tannic acid from the tea will react naturally with the iron producing a coating over the area. Store your pot in a cool, dry place or put it on display. These cast iron teapots and kettles have a flat base suitable for Range style Cookers.

Trivet – Your Japanese style black hobnail cast iron trivet 14cm diameter:
At the base of the trivet are three legs covered with rubber. The trivets measure approximately 14cm in diameter and 2cm in height. Weight; 0.4kg

Product Features

  • Japanese style Tetsubin Cast Iron Tea pot / kettle
  • 1.2 Litres black with Hob Nail design Weight; 1.9kg empty
  • Height; handle up 19.5cm, handle down 14cm Diameter; 14cm , with spout 17cm
  • Trivet – Your Japanese style black hobnail cast iron trivet 14cm diameter
  • more detail below in Product Description:

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Star Trivet & Tetsubin Japanese style Cast Iron black big hobnail tea pot kettle 0.8L

In short;
Tetsubin Japanese style Cast Iron Teapot
Black big hobnail design 0.8 litre
Height; handle up 15cm, handle down 10cm Diameter; 16.5cm , with spout 19.5cm. Weight; 1.6kg empty
Trivet – Cast Iron Star shaped Trivet 170
– Wider pans and Teapots with a base of 17cm can sit on top of the Trivet.
– Teapots with a base of 10cm sit very securely at the lower level of the Trivet
Tray not included

Through special treatments, impurities are removed from the cast iron during the production process. A coating of misty black enamel is then applied to help prevent the formation of rust.

Due to their strength of construction these pots may be used as kettles (to boil water) or as teapots (to brew tea). Most sizes come with a stainless steel mesh infuser for brewing loose tea. If using the pot to boil water this infuser should be removed before doing so.

The pot has been decorated with a big hobnail design in black colour.

If you require a cast iron trivet, there is one available on this site.

Instructions for use:
1) Before using to brew tea, boil a pot of water and pour it out to prepare the pot for use.
2) After each use, make sure that the pot is clean and dry to prevent the formation of rust. If water is left in the pot, chemicals from the minerals in the water may eventually erode the enamel coating.
3) Tea should not be left in the pot overnight.
4) In the unlikely event of rust, the pot can still be used. After cleaning the rusted area with a soft brush, boil used teabags or tealeaves. The tannic acid from the tea will react naturally with the iron producing a coating over the area.
5) Store your pot in a cool, dry place or put it on display.

We wish you many tranquil moments

Product Features

  • Star Trivet & Tetsubin Japanese style Cast Iron black big hobnail tea pot kettle 0.8L
  • In short; • Tetsubin Japanese style Cast Iron Teapot • Black big hobnail design • 0.8 litre • Height; handle up 15cm, handle down 10cm • Diameter; 16.5cm , with spout 19.5cm • Weight; 1.6kg empty
  • • Trivet – Cast Iron Star shaped Trivet 170 – Wider pans and Teapots with a base of 17cm can sit on top of the Trivet. – Teapots with a base of 10cm sit very securely at the lower level of the Trivet
  • More detailed information under Product Description below;

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Star Trivet 125 & Japanese style Cast Iron black hobnail tea pot kettle 0.6 litre

In short;
Tetsubin Japanese style Cast Iron Teapot
Black hobnail design 0.6 litre
Height; handle up 16cm, handle down 11cm
Diameter; 12.5cm , with spout 15cm
Weight; 1kg empty

Trivet – Cast Iron Star shaped Trivet 125
At the base of these trivets are five legs.
Note this trivet does not have rubber feet.
Wider Teapots with a base of 11.5cm can sit on top of the Trivet.
Teapots with a base of 7cm sit very securely at the lower level of the Trivet.
Tray not included

Through special treatments, impurities are removed from the cast iron during the production process. A coating of misty black enamel is then applied to help prevent the formation of rust.

Due to their strength of construction these pots may be used as kettles (to boil water) or as teapots (to brew tea). Most sizes come with a stainless steel mesh infuser for brewing loose tea. If using the pot to boil water this infuser should be removed before doing so.

The pot has been decorated with a hobnail design in traditional black.

If you require a cast iron trivet, there is one available on this site.

Instructions for use:
1) Before using to brew tea, boil a pot of water and pour it out to prepare the pot for use.
2) After each use, make sure that the pot is clean and dry to prevent the formation of rust. If water is left in the pot, chemicals from the minerals in the water may eventually erode the enamel coating.
3) Tea should not be left in the pot overnight.
4) In the unlikely event of rust, the pot can still be used. After cleaning the rusted area with a soft brush, boil used teabags or tealeaves. The tannic acid from the tea will react naturally with the iron producing a coating over the area.
5) Store your pot in a cool, dry place or put it on display.

We wish you many tranquil moments, enjoying your tea and contemplating the true meaning of life.

Product Features

  • Japanese style Cast Iron black hobnail tea pot kettle 0.6 litre
  • Trivet – Cast Iron Star shaped Trivet 125
  • Tray not included
  • Detailed information see below

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Tetsubin Japanese style Cast Iron black hobnail teapot kettle 0.8 litre

Cast iron teapots were originally created in ancient china. They were then adopted and developed by the Japanese in the 17 century into practical as well as decorative handicraft items sold under the name of Tetsubin. The cast iron tea pots symbolize the everlasting strength and unity of the world and the more intricate are often given as gifts and kept as status symbols. Through special treatments, impurities are removed from the cast iron during the production process. A coating of misty black enamel is then applied to help prevent the formation of rust. Due to their strength of construction these pots may be used as kettles (to boil water) or as tea pots (to brew tea). Most sizes come with a stainless steel mesh infuser for brewing loose tea. If using the pot to boil water this infuser should be removed before doing so. The pot has been decorated with a hobnail design in traditional black. Before using to brew tea, boil a pot of water and pour it out to prepare the pot for use. After each use, make sure that the pot is clean and dry to prevent the formation of rust. Tea should not be left in the pot overnight. In the unlikely event of rust, the pot can still be used. After cleaning the area with a soft brush, boil used teabags or tealeaves. The tannic acid from the tea will react naturally with the iron producing a coating over the area. Store your pot in a cool, dry place or put it on display. These cast iron teapots and kettles have a flat base suitable for Range style Cookers. You may want to consider buying one of our Cast Iron Trivets to match your teapot.

Product Features

  • Japanese style Tetsubin Cast Iron Tea pot / kettle
  • 0.8 Litres black with Hob Nail design
  • Height; handle up 16cm, handle down 8cm
  • Diameter; 14.5cm , with spout 18cm
  • Weight; 1kg empty

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Tetsubin Japanese style Cast Iron black hobnail teapot kettle 0.6 litre

Cast iron teapots were originally created in ancient china. They were then adopted and developed by the Japanese in the 17 century into practical as well as decorative handicraft items sold under the name of Tetsubin. The cast iron tea pots symbolize the everlasting strength and unity of the world and the more intricate are often given as gifts and kept as status symbols. Through special treatments, impurities are removed from the cast iron during the production process. A coating of misty black enamel is then applied to help prevent the formation of rust. Due to their strength of construction these pots may be used as kettles (to boil water) or as tea pots (to brew tea). Most sizes come with a stainless steel mesh infuser for brewing loose tea. If using the pot to boil water this infuser should be removed before doing so. The pot has been decorated with a hobnail design in traditional black. Before using to brew tea, boil a pot of water and pour it out to prepare the pot for use. After each use, make sure that the pot is clean and dry to prevent the formation of rust. Tea should not be left in the pot overnight. In the unlikely event of rust, the pot can still be used. After cleaning the area with a soft brush, boil used teabags or tealeaves. The tannic acid from the tea will react naturally with the iron producing a coating over the area. Store your pot in a cool, dry place or put it on display. These cast iron teapots and kettles have a flat base suitable for Range style Cookers. You may want to consider buying one of our Cast Iron Trivets to match your teapot.

Product Features

  • Japanese style Tetsubin Cast Iron Tea pot / kettle
  • 0.6 Litres black with Hob Nail design
  • Height; handle up 16cm, handle down 11cm
  • Diameter; 12.5cm , with spout 15cm
  • Weight; 1kg empty. The interior enamel is inert

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Vintage Gourmet ® Tetsubin Japanese Elegant Style Cast Iron Teapot Hobnail Black Teapot, Kettle, 0.8L

A beautiful Tetsubin Japanese inspired cast iron tea pot, can also be used as a kettle Decorated in a traditional black hobnail design 0.8 litre, perfect for any discerning tea lover A stainless steel mesh insert infuser also comes as part of this teapot for brewing loose tea The History of the Tetsubin With roots reaching as far back as the 17th century The pot has been decorated with a hobnail design in traditional black. Instructions for use: 1) Before using to brew tea, boil a pot of water and pour it out to prepare the pot for use. 2) After each use, make sure that the pot is clean and dry to prevent the formation of rust. If water is left in the pot, chemicals from the minerals in the water may eventually erode the enamel coating. 3) Tea should not be left in the pot overnight. 4) In the unlikely event of rust, the pot can still be used. After cleaning the rusted area with a soft brush, boil used teabags or tealeaves. The tannic acid from the tea will react naturally with the iron producing a coating over the area. 5) Store your pot in a cool, dry place or put it on display. The Vintage Gourmet ® Cast Iron Tea Pot Cast iron tea pots are renowned for their ability to evenly distribute heat for a more flavourful cup of tea, making every hot drink a delicious one. Featuring a mesh infuser insert, Vintage Gourmet ® Cast Iron Tea Pot gives you the freedom to brew your favourite loose tea or use traditional tea bags. Due to the strength of the cast iron construction, this teapot can also be used as a kettle to boil water – perfect for those days when you want to mix your hot drinks up a little. If you do decide to use this teapot as a kettle, you will need to remove the infuser first – this can be achieved quickly and easily. To ensure you get the most out of the Vintage Gourmet ® Cast Iron Teapot, rinse out with boiling water, clean and dry after each use.

Product Features

  • A beautiful Tetsubin Japanese inspired cast iron tea pot, can also be used as a kettle Decorated in a traditional black hobnail design 0.8 litre, perfect for any discerning tea lover Japanese style black hobnail Cast Iron Teapot, A stainless steel mesh insert infuser also comes as part of this teapot for brewing loose tea
  • Natural product, asthetic, The History of the Tetsubin With roots reaching as far back as the 17th century,
  • the Tetsubin has stood the test of time, and today remains an integral part of the tea lover’s kitchen. During the 17th and 18th centuries, cast iron tea pots were placed over an open charcoal fire to keep water warm, which was believed to slowly release iron into the water, providing drinkers with a dietary source. This, combined with sophisticated intricate designs, led to huge popularity – popularity which remains to this very day
  • Makes an ideal gift..The Vintage Gourmet ® Cast Iron Tea Pot Cast iron tea pots are renowned for their ability to evenly distribute heat for a more flavourful cup of tea, making every hot drink a delicious one. Featuring a mesh infuser insert, Vintage Gourmet ® Cast Iron Tea Pot gives you the freedom to brew your favourite loose tea or use traditional tea bags. Due to the strength of the cast iron construction, this teapot can also be used as a kettle to boil water –
  • perfect for those days when you want to mix your hot drinks up a little. If you do decide to use this teapot as a kettle, you will need to remove the infuser first – this can be achieved quickly and easily.To ensure you get the most out of the Vintage Gourmet ® Cast Iron Teapot, rinse out with boiling water, clean and dry after each use.

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Cast iron light blue Dragonfly tea set D – Tetsubin teapot kettle, trivet & cups X2

Cast Iron Light Blue Dragonfly Tea set D – Tetsubin teapot kettle, trivet & cups X2

Cast Iron Light Blue Dragonfly tea pot kettle 0.8 litre Japanese Tetsubin style
In short;
Tetsubin Japanese style Cast Iron Teapot
Sunset red Dragonfly design 0.8 litre Weight; 1.5kg empty
Height; handle up 15.5 cm, handle down 9.5cm
Diameter; 18cm , with spout 21cm

Cast iron Light Blue Dragonfly tea cup and coaster X2
In short;
Cast iron tea cup 0.15 Litre x2, 8cm wide, 5.5cm high
Sunset Red Dragonfly pattern design
Black enamel inside
Cast coaster X2, oval 10.5 cm across – Bamboo
Weigh empty cup 0.26kg, coaster 0.15kg
These cups are hot to the touch when the tea is first poured, but cool to a comfortable and enjoyable hand warming level as you sit back and relax.

Trivet – Your Japanese style Light Blue cast iron trivet 14cm diameter:
These have been made to match our range of cast iron teapots & kettles to protect your surfaces from the heat. At the base of the trivet are three legs covered with rubber. The trivets measure approximately 14cm in diameter and 2cm in height. Weight; 0.4kg
Instructions for use:
1) Before using to brew tea, boil a pot of water and pour it out to prepare the pot for use.
2) After each use, make sure that the pot is clean and dry to prevent the formation of rust. If water is left in the pot, chemicals from the minerals in the water may eventually erode the enamel coating.
3) Tea should not be left in the pot overnight.
4) In the unlikely event of rust, the pot can still be used. After cleaning the rusted area with a soft brush, boil used teabags or tealeaves. The tannic acid from the tea will react naturally with the iron producing a coating over the area.
5) Store your pot in a cool, dry place or put it on display.

We wish you many tranquil moments

Product Features

  • Cast Iron Light Blue Dragonfly Tea set D – Tetsubin teapot kettle, trivet & cups X2
  • Weight; 1.5kg empty. Height; handle up 15.5 cm, handle down 9.5cm
  • Cast iron Light Blue Dragonfly tea cup and coaster X2
  • Cast iron coaster X2, oval 10.5 cm across – Bamboo
  • Japanese style Light Blue cast iron trivet 14cm diameter

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