Iron Nambu Tekki Kettle [TS422]
This tea kettle is a masterpiece designed by caster, Rikucho Ogasawara (1929-2012). While the design and material make it a substantial addition to the kitchen, the curved body and elegant handle of this kettle make it a beautiful statement piece for your home. By using a cast-iron kettle, the water boiled inside is able to absorb iron nutrients, mineralizing it for a sweeter, better-tasting tea while alleviating iron deficiencies for your body. This kettle is gas stove and IH stove safe
Nambu Tekki cast iron is one of the officially certified traditional crafts of Japan. It is made by pouring molten iron into molds. Until his passing in 2012, Rikuchou Ogasawara worked for over 60 years, designing and producing a range of household accessories at his workroom in Iwate Prefecture.
Holds 33.8 ounces
6" D x 4" H (8" H w/handle)
Lacquer (urushi) finish
Store in a dry area and keep the inside completely dry when not in use. Do not leave any standing water inside or it will cause the inside to rust. Chipping and wearing off of the urushi may occur naturally with use. If moisture makes contact with these areas, you may see rust. Rust is not harmful, and is best avoided by keeping away from moisture.
Returns must be made within 2 weeks in original, unused condition with all packaging for either 1. Store credit for the full amount or 2. Refund - minus a 20% restocking fee. Tortoise does not cover the cost of return shipping or the cost of re-shipping an exchange, and the cost of shipping for returns and exchanges is the responsibility of the customer.