Copper Stacking 60g
Size of item : Height 56mm × Diameter 78mm
The number in the item’s name is for the quantity of “Sencha” green tea.
The inner lid is conventional type and it fits snuggly inside the caddy.
The Medium size tea scoop (Height 68mm × Width 35mm) fits on the inner lid.
The tea scoop is made from copper.
[Stacking set] You can use as a seasoning container, accessory case, or as you like. Also you can enjoy the [Marvelous mélange] by combining copper, tinplate and brass.
【Abount shipping date・payment】
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- Kaikado tea caddies are made with a double structure using tinplate for the inside.
- The tinplate we use is tinplate board made by a traditional manufacturing method called "DOBOZUKE". It's different from normal tinplate. It doesn't have a complete mirror surface but is dull finished.
【Proper care and handling of your tea caddy】
- Do not wash the caddy (we thoroughly sanitize each caddy prior to shipment).
- Do not place the caddy in a refrigerator or freezer as the material is susceptible to moisture and humidity.
- If you should get water on your caddy, please wipe it off with a soft dry cloth and gently rub caddy to avoid moisture spots.
- After your purchase you will perceive a normal yet subtle change in the colour tone of your Chazutsu: copper in 2-3 months, brass in 1-2 years and tin in 3-5 years. Like fine wine Chazutsu becomes even more appreciated with age.
- It is important to lift the top of the caddy lid softly from the body in order to prevent any possibility of damage.
- When closing the caddy lid please adjust the joint line on the lid with the joint line on the body. This will allow the lid to go down slowly by itself and the air will be released from the caddy. Gently push the lid at the last moment. This will prevent air from entering the caddy.