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Asahi Copper Kyusu Teapot & Tea caddy & Caddy Spoon Set (Gift-Boxed)

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Product Information

  • Brand: Asahi
  • Model: CB551
  • Product type: Teapots / Canisters / Caddy Spoons
  • Country of origin: Japan (Tsubame, Niigata)
  • Gift Box Material: Kiri wood (paulownia wood)
  • Gift Box Dimensions (approx): 175×300×118 mm
  • Item weight (approx): 865 g
  • Shipping weight (approx): 1170 g

  • Teapot Material: Body: Copper (Tin-lined), Rattan, Filter: 18-8 Stainless steel
  • Teapot Dimensions DxWxH (approx): Body: 96×160×85 mm
  • Teapot Capacity (approx): 345 ml
  • Teapot Item weight (approx): 205 g

  • Tea Caddy Material: Body: Copper (Tin-lined), Inner lid: Brass
  • Tea Caddy Dimensions DxWxH (approx): 108×108×126 mm
  • Tea Caddy Capacity (approx): 660 ml
  • Tea Caddy Item weight (approx): 255 g

  • Tea Caddy Material: Copper (Tin-lined)
  • Tea Caddy Dimensions DxWxH (approx): 173 mm
  • Tea Caddy Item weight (approx): 25 g

Key Features

  • Comes packaged in a Kiri wood gift box.
  • Set of a Copper Kyusu Teapot with Filter, a Copper Tea Caddy, and a Copper Long-Handled Caddy Spoon.
  • Finished and polished individually by their skilled master polishers.
  • Copper tea caddy will not absorb odors or flavours.

Use & Care

  • Hand wash with a soft sponge and wipe dry with a clean cloth.
  • Do not soak.

Background

Asahi Co Ltd was founded in 1953 in Tsubame, Niigata, Japan, the center of cutlery and steel manufacturing.

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