The art of cast iron working was born in ancient China and the production of teapots is one of the finest achievements of this ancient technique.
The teapots, from the forms to the friezes are very diverse and they are the result of an almost exclusively hand-made handicraft workmanship. It starts with drawings, through clay molds and comes to life when casting in high-temperature furnaces.Most models contain a stainless steel filter for the infusion of the leaves. If you use the teapot to boil water, it is recommended that you remove the filter during boiling and use a flame spreader between the pot and the gas flame.
The cast iron used for our teapots is treated in such a way as to remove any impurities during the production process. The pots are then glazed inside in order to preserve the cast iron and to ensure its durability.
Cast Iron Teapot with a stainless steel filter. Produced with certified ecological paints.