Composed of 99% tin and 1% silver, Japanese pewter is sublimely suited for the consumption of food and beverages, not only enduringly retaining its radiance, form, and luster but also its complexity - all without the necessity of frequent polishing as with silver.
An exquisitely crafted Chinese-style teapot boasting a stylish half-moon shape and a textured body, along with a meticulously designed rectangular lid. Delightful to behold, it is crafted from pewter, its handle wrapped in bamboo, and its knob topped with a charming wisteria vine handle. Smoothly pouring and featuring a built-in strainer, this teapot, made of pewter - a metal second only to silver in its ability to preserve the flavor and quality of tea - offers a sophisticated level of detail rarely seen.
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Made in Kyoto, Japan
Wooden box and wrapping cloth, please note the dimensions and liquid capacity before purchasing
13.5 x 4.5 x 9.5cm