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Thumbnail of Ryukyu Florals | Tea Set
This tea set comes with two cups and a tea pot with mesh infuser.
Thumbnail of Mum Blue Flower on White | Tea Set
This tea set comes with two cups and a tea pot with mesh infuser.
Thumbnail of Black Hobnail | 20 oz Cast Iron
This set comes with a teapot and two cups, all made from cast iron. Cast iron teapots were first created in ancient China and then adopted and further developed by the Japanese. Tetsu means "iron" and "bin" translates to pot. These practical and decorative teapots symbolize the everlasting strength and unity of the world.
Thumbnail of Orange Flower and Vine | Tea Set
This tea set comes with four cups and a tea pot with bamboo handle. There is a built-in filter between the spout and body of the pot. Cups measure approximately 2" wide by 1.75" tall.
Thumbnail of Bunny Through the Field | Tea Set with Bamboo Handle
This tea set comes with four cups.
Thumbnail of Twilight Gong Fu Cha | Travel Set
Gong fu cha literally translates as "right effort tea." These tools thus allow you to get the best tasting tea - in easy to use and travel form. Each 9 piece set comes with 4 ceramic cups, 10oz pot, tea serving cup, lid, and a tea towel. All stack neatly in a compact travel case with hand loop.
Thumbnail of Happy Cat Pink on Black | Tea Set with Bamboo Handle
Set comes with four cups and tea pot with removable bamboo wrapped wire handle and stainless steel mesh infuser.
Thumbnail of Koi Fish | Tea Set
This tea set comes with two cups, with built in strainer next to spout.
Thumbnail of Floral | 5 Cup & Saucer Set
Time for a spring tea party! This set comes with five cups and saucers in a beautiful mix-and-match floral design. Packaging is suitable for a gift or off-season storage.
Thumbnail of Cherry Blossom Tea Set | Blue
This tea set comes with two cups and mesh infuser.
Thumbnail of Tilde | Yixing Set
Yixing teapots originate from the Yixing region in eastern China dating back to the Sung Dynasty (960-1279) when purple clay was first discovered. But it was not until the late Ming and Qing Dynasties (1573-1911) until the tradition matured and flourished.

Artisans utilize purple clay which contains natural minerals to create beautiful products of various forms and colors. They have maintained their unique reputation both in china and abroad as the "best vessel for brewing" fine Chinese teas.
Thumbnail of Round | Yixing Set
Yixing teapots originate from the Yixing region in eastern China dating back to the Sung Dynasty (960-1279) when purple clay was first discovered. But it was not until the late Ming and Qing Dynasties (1573-1911) until the tradition matured and flourished.

Artisans utilize purple clay which contains natural minerals to create beautiful products of various forms and colors. They have maintained their unique reputation both in china and abroad as the "best vessel for brewing" fine Chinese teas.
Thumbnail of Dragon | Yixing Set
Yixing teapots originate from the Yixing region in eastern China dating back to the Sung Dynasty (960-1279) when purple clay was first discovered. But it was not until the late Ming and Qing Dynasties (1573-1911) until the tradition matured and flourished.

Artisans utilize purple clay which contains natural minerals to create beautiful products of various forms and colors. They have maintained their unique reputation both in china and abroad as the "best vessel for brewing" fine Chinese teas.