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With the exception of the un-glazed tea pots (or cups), specifically the yixing pots, we recommend removing stains with small amount of baking soda and warm water. Rinse thoroughly.
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Thumbnail of Gold Lines | 16 oz 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 Blue | 20 oz Banko Kyusu
The right-angled handle was designed to put the smallest amount of stress on the wrist whilst pouring. Interior is glazed.
Thumbnail of Ishi Black | Pot
Features a beautiful matte glaze that is reminiscent of natural stone.
Thumbnail of Ishi Pink | Pot
Features a beautiful matte glaze that is reminiscent of natural stone.
Thumbnail of Sandscape | Kyusu 12oz  Pot
Kyu Banko is a sotneware (banko) teapot (kyu) made in the Tokoname region of Japan, an area valued for producing prize-winning ceramics. The unique design of Japanese teapots can be seen in the 90 degree angle of the handle to the spout. This allow for one hand to simultaneous hold the lid whilst pouring a cup. Interior fine mesh filter completes the functionality.
Thumbnail of Minimalist 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 Minimalist Aqua 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 Bunny Dots | Tea Pot with Wooden Handle
This delightfully hoppy tea pot comes with a detachable wired, wooden handle and basket infuser.
Thumbnail of Jade Green Sand | 12oz Banko Kyusu
Kyu Banko is a sotneware (banko) teapot (kyu) made in the Tokoname region of Japan, an area valued for producing prize-winning ceramics. The unique design of Japanese teapots can be seen in the 90 degree angle of the handle to the spout. This allow for one hand to simultaneous hold the lid whilst pouring a cup. Interior fine mesh filter completes the functionality.
Thumbnail of Antique Gold | 30oz Cast Iron 'Tetsubin
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 Black Hobnail | 22oz Cast Iron Teapot
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 Curve Teapot | 45oz
Thumbnail of Long Arm | Yixing Teapot
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 Graceful Beauty | Yixing Teapot
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 Glass Tea Pot
Teapot is made from Borosilicate glass, which tends to be stronger, more durable and far more heat resistant than conventional glass. Includes glass infuser, which allows for flavor without interference.
$26.00 Glass Tea Pot
Thumbnail of Swan Yixing Teapot
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 Moon Yixing Teapot
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 Brown | Shell Yixing Teapot
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 Flask Glass Iced Tea Jug | 64oz

Enjoy deeper and subtle flavor of tea by cold brew method. Serve iced tea quickly by the traditional hot brew method. Comfortable to pour with an easy-grip handle. The filter cap prevents inside content from spilling out. Large opening allows for easy cleaning. Glass jug is made of thermal shock resistant borosilicate glass. Dimensions: 6.75" wide with handle, 5.25" diameter base, 3.25" diameter top opening and 9.5" tall.

Thumbnail of Mist Iced Tea Jug - 68oz
Make thirst quenching iced tea in minutes with the Mist jug with the Basket Infuser!

Add hot water to the infuser filled with loose tea. After adding cold water, remove the infuser by the handle. Serve over ice and enjoy! Ideal for tea bags too!

Detachable lid for easy cleaning!

Dimensions: 7.5" wide with handle, 5.75" diameter base, 3.5" diameter top opening (w/o infuser) and 7.75" tall.

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