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    Cast Iron Tea Kettle

    Hello!
    Since there were a few inquiries in the past for a cast iron tea kettle, I wanted to let everyone know that Korin will be carrying one.

    This cast iron tea kettle will be stove top friendly and available in early to mid-October. I currently do not have the price for it, but I will let you know as soon as it comes in.

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    I love these tea kettles...gorgeous Mari!
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    Looks very nice! What is the size?

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    Thanks! I'm excited for these.

    The size is 8.5"L x 7"W x 5"H and holds 60.9oz

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    Hello!
    The cast iron tea kettle is officially in stock.

    http://korin.com/Jasper-Morrison-Cast-Iron-Teapot

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    Thanks for the update Mari! Is this one not on the website yet?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gavination View Post
    Thanks for the update Mari! Is this one not on the website yet?

    Thanks!
    Hi!
    This is ready to be purchased on our website.

    Link: http://korin.com/Jasper-Morrison-Cast-Iron-Teapot

    Thank you!

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    Thanks Mari! I did a search for it and couldn't find it then got sidetracked by a pretty knife.

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    Mari,
    Is the wall thin or thick? Never see one and wonder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glestain View Post
    Mari,
    Is the wall thin or thick? Never see one and wonder.
    Hi! Sorry, I didn't notice this post until right now. Yes the wall is pretty thin for a cast iron kettle. It's very smooth and unlike most cast iron products are not coated with paint. Each product has a natural oil finish of flaxseed oil and edible Japanese bamboo charcoal. The cast iron also is baked at a very very high temperature, so the Oigen cast iron products can withstand and retain higher temperatures in use.

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