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Iron Mozuya Style Chagama Tea Kettle

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Iron Mozuya Style Chagama Tea Kettle

A simple and rustic Japanese tea kettle containing simple line and circular motifs. The shape of the kama is rather a standard style often seen used in the way of tea, based on a famous tea kettle known as the Mozuya Gama. The name Mozuya, can trace its origins to possibly to the noted tea master Mozuya Soan, who was a contemporary of Rikyu and possessed noted tea utensils at the time.

The lid is made out of copper and contains the distinctive ball knob used to remove the lid from the kettle. The inside of the kettle is rusted but can be cleaned out and still be used.

Size: Height: 8" Diameter: 8.5"

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