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Yoshidaya Blue Spout Kutani Teapot

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Destination: Kanazawa, Japan

This gorgeous teapot is a perfect example of traditional Kutani porcelain, painted with bright yellows and greens in the style of the early 1800s. That style is called Yoshidaya, named after the biggest, most productive Kutani kiln of the Edo period.


Kanazawa and its neighboring towns have been making kutani ware since the 17th century. Known for its bold designs and five signature colors -- red, yellow, green, purple and dark blue -- kutani is instantly recogn... Read More

Details and Dimensions

3" tall, perfect for a single cup of tea, comes with a metal strainer.

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