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The temperature of the water can be determined by the size of the air bubbles. It is stove top safe (medium high heat) and dishwasher safe. A wire grid is included for electric elements and not necessary for glass or solid cook tops or gas heat. The stylish handle is made of wood.

  • Dimensions: 7.75" x 4.5" x 5.5"; 1.6 pounds
  • Made in Taiwan
  • Stove top safe
  • For Chinese tea ceremony

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Popularity: #631 in Cookware, #1935 in Coffee & Tea
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Yama Glass Chinese Water Kettle, 40 oz

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Yama Northwest Glass40 oz Chinese Glass Water Kettle Tea Pot
 
5.0

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5.0

All glass - no silicone

By AwesomeCaliforniaTeaGuy

from Santa Cruz, California

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        Comments about 40 oz Chinese Glass Water Kettle Tea Pot:

        This is the only tea kettle that I could find where the boiling water touched only glass and nothing else.

        The tea kettle works the way it should. Because it does not have a silicone ring around the lid, one has to hold it down when pouring, either with the other hand or with one finger extended on top of the lid to keep it from coming off. This is not difficult but just requires one to get in the habit of doing it

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