The name "gold fish" should be a hint that in Asian countries, they are symbols of good fortune and wealth. On these decorated "tetsubin" teapots, the gorgeous long tailed goldfish are embossed above rippling waves of a water. The "tetsubin" teapot has been a staple of Chinese and Japanese tea drinking cultures for centuries. It is believed that the cast iron surface of the teapots infuse a bit of the essential mineral to the tea that is brewed inside it. Not meant for placing on a burner, these teapots should only be used for brewing. A removable, stainless steel infuser makes it easy to pour the perfect cup of tea. Gift boxed with care instructions. Made in Japan.
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