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Tetsubin

Japan, a frequently seen variant is a cast-iron teapot that outwardly resembles a tetsubin. This type of teapot is glazed with enamel on the inside to...

Last Update: 2021-03-22T13:52:40Z Word Count : 612 Synonim Tetsubin

Teapot

formal manner Teapot Rock, a rock formation in Wyoming Tetsubin, Japanese cast iron pot with a spout Utah teapot, a 3D model of a teapot frequently used...

Last Update: 2021-03-02T00:16:33Z Word Count : 1924 Synonim Teapot

Tōhoku region

Cast iron teapots like this one sit atop stoves during the long winters in Tōhoku....

Last Update: 2021-05-04T04:43:05Z Word Count : 1357 Synonim Tōhoku region

Tea culture

customary to drink tea brewed separately in a teapot and diluted with freshly boiled water ('pair-of-teapots tea', 'чай парой чайников'). Traditionally,...

Last Update: 2021-04-26T06:08:19Z Word Count : 8107 Synonim Tea culture

Kyūsu

A kyūsu (急須) is a traditional Japanese teapot mainly used for brewing green tea. The common misconception is that a kyūsu always has a side handle. However...

Last Update: 2021-05-05T15:00:27Z Word Count : 198 Synonim Kyūsu

American Tea Room

their tea, American Tea Room carried a host of porcelain, glass, and cast iron teapots, tea cups, and tea accessories for scooping, steeping, and storing...

Last Update: 2021-02-09T01:20:30Z Word Count : 237 Synonim American Tea Room

Yixing ware

most commonly slip casts. These clays can also be formed by throwing. The best known wares made from Yixing clay are Yixing clay teapots, tea pets, and other...

Last Update: 2020-10-08T13:54:25Z Word Count : 1028 Synonim Yixing ware

Kettle

culture Teapot, a vessel with spout, lid, and handle, for brewing and serving tea Teasmade, an English appliance that combined a kettle and a teapot to make...

Last Update: 2021-04-28T05:36:59Z Word Count : 1204 Synonim Kettle

Ladle (metallurgy)

aspect of the molten metal. A typical example being to convert cast iron to ductile iron by the addition of various elements into the ladle. Unless the...

Last Update: 2020-10-31T21:17:42Z Word Count : 1295 Synonim Ladle (metallurgy)

Hamrefigh

February 2021 Javad Ezzati (Actor) Soroush Sehhat (Actor and Director) A cast iron teapot 13 4 March 2021 Peyman GhasemKhani (Screenwriter) Peyman GhasemKhani...

Last Update: 2021-03-13T19:00:41Z Word Count : 1324 Synonim Hamrefigh

Ron Meyers (potter)

"Ron Meyers Face Teapot". Kamm Teapot Foundation. Retrieved 2020-09-20. Farlowe, Allie (2017-12-13). "Ron Meyers Face Teapot". Kamm Teapot Foundation. Retrieved...

Last Update: 2021-04-25T02:55:54Z Word Count : 1612 Synonim Ron Meyers (potter)

Renault RS01

team's driver, worked hard to develop it. The engine block was made in cast iron to withstand the pressures of turbocharging, whilst the chassis itself...

Last Update: 2021-03-05T16:17:04Z Word Count : 550 Synonim Renault RS01

Eric Bauza

the animated web series Dick Figures, where he voiced the Genie of the Teapot, the Vulgar Mall Santa, and the Ninjas. He has also been the voice of Lord...

Last Update: 2021-05-07T20:56:30Z Word Count : 743 Synonim Eric Bauza

List of Chinese inventions

that most iron tools in ancient China were made of cast iron in consideration of the low economic burden of producing cast iron, whereas most iron military...

Last Update: 2021-05-07T02:08:17Z Word Count : 38568 Synonim List of Chinese inventions

Teavana

Teavana sold teaware products, including cast iron Tetsubin teapots, Bone China teapots, Japanese porcelain teapots and cups, stove-top kettles, electric...

Last Update: 2021-03-25T01:12:23Z Word Count : 1352 Synonim Teavana

Kitchen utensil

periodically restored, and protected from overheating. Iron is more prone to rusting than (tinned) copper. Cast iron kitchen utensils are less prone to rust by avoiding...

Last Update: 2021-03-22T13:40:59Z Word Count : 3601 Synonim Kitchen utensil

Matt Walsh

Bradford. "Talking to Matt Walsh, Horatio Sanz, and Joe Lo Truglio, the Cast and Crew of the New Movie High Road". www.vulture.com. Retrieved March 28...

Last Update: 2021-04-17T03:22:34Z Word Count : 884 Synonim Matt Walsh

Chinese ceramics

stoneware, 12th to 13th century. Left Jizhou ware, right Jian ware Qingbai teapot, from Jingdezhen Ding ware porcelain dish with transparent glaze and carved...

Last Update: 2021-01-05T12:32:52Z Word Count : 13145 Synonim Chinese ceramics

Downton Abbey

leading to the formation of the Irish Free State in the third series; the Teapot Dome scandal in the fourth series; the British general election of 1923...

Last Update: 2021-05-06T06:52:52Z Word Count : 12063 Synonim Downton Abbey

Denby Pottery Company

mugs and serving dishes, as well as a variety of glassware products and cast-iron cookware. The pottery at Denby was founded on the estate of William Drury-Lowe...

Last Update: 2021-04-18T02:21:34Z Word Count : 952 Synonim Denby Pottery Company

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Tetsubin

Tetsubin (鉄瓶) are Japanese cast-iron kettles with a pouring spout, a lid, and a handle crossing over the top, used for boiling and pouring hot water for drinking purposes, such as for making tea. Tetsubin are traditionally heated over charcoal. In the Japanese art of chanoyu, the special portable brazier for this is the binkake (瓶掛). (See list of Japanese tea ceremony equipment). Tetsubin are often elaborately decorated with relief designs on the outside. They range widely in size, and many have unusual shapes, making them popular with collectors. A relatively small tetsubin may hold around 0.5 litres of water; large ones may hold around 5 litres. The historical origin of the tetsubin is not certain. At least one authoritative Japanese source states that it developed from the spouted and handled water kettle called tedorigama that was already being used in chanoyu in the era of Sen no Rikyū (1522–91). During the 19th century, infused tea became more popular and tetsubin were considered primarily status symbols rather than functional kitchen items. Outside Japan, a frequently seen variant is a cast-iron teapot that outwardly resembles a tetsubin. This type of teapot is glazed with enamel on the inside to make it more practical for tea brewing, though it can't be used to heat water because that would break the enamel coating. In the west, these teapots are commonly referred to as tetsubin, although the Japanese call them "tetsukyūsu" (鉄急須), or iron teapot, to make a distinction from the kettle. Cast-iron teapots often come with a tea strainer that fits inside. The prefectures of Iwate and Yamagata are best known for producing tetsubin as well as iron teapots.


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