Seikado was founded in the late Edo period in the 9th year of Tempo as a tin maker. Tin and silver products, which we have been good at since our founding, have a unique texture as they are used for a long time.
A teapot named after one of the Four Great Beauties of China, Seishi.
In ancient China, plump women were considered beautiful, so teapots with rounded, feminine shapes have been likened to Xishi.
Please enjoy the finely crafted craftsmanship such as round jade picking that matches the plump and lovely shape, finely applied hammer marks, and wisteria roll handles, along with delicious tea.
| Materials |
| Actual size |
About w90×d133×h83(mm) including knob
| Weight |
| Package |
| Cleaning method and handling precautions |
Please do not rub strongly with a steel scrubbing brush when cleaning. The silver plating may peel off.
Microwave and dishwasher cannot be used.
| About delivery date |
*This product shares inventory with the store and sells it.
Although we strive to manage inventory, inventory is constantly changing, so it may be out of stock at the time you place your order. Thank you very much for your understanding.
Please check before ordering
-About colors and images-
We strive to reproduce the real thing as much as possible, but there may be slight differences in color tone depending on your monitor.
-Cancellation, returns and exchanges-
If you receive a product that is different from what you ordered, or if the product is damaged, we will accept a return or exchange if you contact us within 7 days. We cannot accept returns or exchanges for any other reason.
When the product arrives, please check the product first.