The category of product: tea set
Material: high-temperature porcelain
Origin: Dapu, Meizhou, Guangdong
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Natural and elegant colors, rich in the charm of natural, showing the calm and elegance of the Japanese style.
– April 22, 2016
I saw this piece and immediately wanted to buy it for my wife. When it arrived, I was sorry to see that it was not a full sized teapot. It is approximately half the size of a typical teapot. The craftsmanship is excellent, and the artwork is exquisite. There are no imperfections in the piece at all, and my only complaint is the size. With that being said, my wife loves it and has absolutely no problem with the size of the teapot.
– April 29, 2021
Size is great for brewing a pitcher of tea for iced tea. Sturdy. Easy to clean. Pretty enough to leave sitting on the kitchen counter.
– July 7, 2021
Now that I’ve had this for a little while I find this is a really good teapot. With the loose leaf tea insert the lid seals and the tea stays surprisingly hot. The insert doesn’t let the loose tea into the tea and is easy to clean. The mouth of the teapot is rather small for effective cleaning in my view which is why cleaning got 4 stars but I think with a bottle scrubber you might be ok. I’m very happy with this purchase!
– July 12, 2021
This lovely lilac teapot is well-made and elegant for a quiet tea time experience. Holds enough water for 2 cups and then some. Easy to keep clean and fits in the cupboard for storage without taking up much space.
– July 29, 2021
I bought it for myself
– October 26, 2021
It’s not to big or to small it’s just the right size.
– January 1, 2022
I bought it fir a friend as a Christmas present and she just loved it! I’m buying another one for myself.
– January 5, 2022
I purchased this for my daughters tea party themed birthday and it is beautiful! It held the hot tea very well and was super easy to clean. All the little girls loved it. The tea pot was easy for them to use also.
– February 2, 2022
Like most Americans, I didn’t grow up drinking tea or knowing much of anything about teapots (the word is even incorrectly conflated with “kettle” sometimes in the US) or how tea is prepared in, well, Britain, which is the model for proper tea-making, for the western world at least. It’s taken me decades — admittedly most of that time I didn’t drink tea — to master the rhythm and system, and the centrality of a nice teapot to the experience.If all that sounds familiar, this is the teapot for you! It’s the perfect size for a traditional, stringless teabag (I use Typhoo) to make two or three generous cups (mugs) of tea. Super sublime to boil the water, add it to this beautiful teapot, let the tea seep, and then pour out a cup or three of tea, without a bag floating around in the mug. Love this teapot!
– April 2, 2022
Heats water well. Easy to clean. Looks great on stove too.
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