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                                            • Hand Painted Antique Clay Glaze Pomegranate Tea SetHand Painted Antique Clay Glaze Pomegranate Tea Set
                                              $345.99

                                              This tea set is made with antique clay glaze, which gives it a smooth and lustrous surface, as well as a thick and sturdy body, evoking a sense of ancient elegance, tranquillity, and warmth. The hand-painted strokes are lively and natural, depicting the pomegranate with lifelike accuracy.

                                              Furthermore, the Gaiwan is crafted using the overglaze colour painting craft, which produces pure, vibrant, and full colours. Since Gaiwan is hand-painted by an artist, every piece is unique and machine-printed decals cannot be compared with.

                                            • Wood Ash Glazed Tea SetWood Ash Glazed Tea Set Out of Stock
                                              $159.99

                                              This tea set includes one fair cup, one tea tray, one teapot and six teacups. The special craft used is ash wood glaze. It involves evenly applying wood ash onto the surface of the teaware. At high temperatures, the wood ash melts and forms a glaze, covering the exterior of the tea ware, giving it a faint, natural glaze colour. The effect of the glaze varies based on the type and quantity of ash used, resulting in different shades ranging from greyish-white to light yellow.

                                              Wood ash tea sets are cherished by people for their naturally simple appearance. The glaze typically exhibits delicate textures and a subtle sheen, avoiding excessive extravagance and offering a sense of understated elegance. Its unpretentious and gentle appearance emphasizes the human pursuit and yearning for natural beauty, showcasing a lifestyle attitude that respects nature and seeks inner tranquillity.

                                            • Hand Painted Cyan Tail Grass Sancai GaiwanHand Painted Cyan Tail Grass Sancai Gaiwan Out of Stock
                                              $34.99

                                              This three-cup cover is hand-painted and baked at high temperature. The entire cover is presented in an elegant antique blue colour.

                                              The antique blue glaze is a treasure in the traditional porcelain-making craft of the Han ethnic group and is most distinctive in the Song Dynasty. It is mainly composed of “iron” as the colouring element, and under the high-temperature reduction flame conditions, it presents a series of blue and green colours of varying depths, showing a strong Song-style charm.

                                              The glaze is smooth and lustrous, adding a touch of brilliance to your tea ceremony.

                                            • Hand Painted Hydrangea GaiwanHand Painted Hydrangea Gaiwan Out of Stock
                                              $36.99

                                              This hand-painted hydrangea flower Gaiwan is made with an antique blue glaze as its base combined with an antique blue underglaze colour craft.

                                              The antique blue glaze is a treasure in the traditional porcelain-making craft of the Han ethnic group and is most distinctive in the Song Dynasty. It is mainly composed of “iron” as the colouring element, and under the high-temperature reduction flame conditions, it presents a series of blue and green colours of varying depths, showing a strong Song-style charm.

                                            • Handmade Wood Fired Kiln Altered Snow Fair CupHandmade Wood Fired Kiln Altered Snow Fair Cup Out of Stock
                                              $44.99

                                              This fair cup was baked with firewood and was made of both kiln-fired glaze variations and coloured & cracked glaze craft. Each one is unique and handmade – no two being exactly alike.

                                              The overall design of this fair cup is simple and unsophisticated. The unique cracked glaze technique used creates beautiful patterns on the cup’s surface. Over time as it is soaked with tea soup, then resulting variations in the pattern make each piece truly outstanding and add more enjoyment to the tea-drinking experience.

                                              Attention:

                                              • Kiln-fired glaze variations are often unpredictable and can result in a wide range of colours from a single firing.
                                              • The porosity of ceramics varies depending on the materials used, the recipe, the pressure applied, the duration of pressure, the thickness of the body, the firing temperature, and the duration of firing. Generally, the finer the porcelain, the smaller the pores, while the coarser the pottery, the larger the pores.
                                              • Since porcelain is made from clay, the amount of iron spots present in the clay varies depending on the mineral content of the soil. These iron spots are harmless and do not affect the use of the porcelain. Removing them would require the use of chemical materials, which can be damaging to high-quality porcelain.
                                              • Handmade products are not perfect, and each piece can have differences in size, shape, colour, and other aspects.
                                            • Handmade Wood-Fired Crackle Glaze Square Fair CupHandmade Wood-Fired Crackle Glaze Square Fair Cup
                                              $68.99

                                              This fair cup is baked with firewood and is made by both kiln-fired glaze variations and cracked glaze craft. Each one is unique and made by hand, with no two being exactly alike.

                                              The square and simple shape of the cup allows for smooth pouring. The unique cracked glaze technique used creates beautiful patterns on the cup’s surface. Over time as it is soaked with tea soup, resulting variations in the pattern make each piece truly outstanding and add more enjoyment to the tea-drinking experience.

                                              Attention:

                                              • Kiln-fired glaze variations are often unpredictable and can result in a wide range of colours from a single firing.
                                              • The porosity of ceramics varies depending on the materials used, the recipe, the pressure applied, the duration of pressure, the thickness of the body, the firing temperature, and the duration of firing. Generally, the finer the porcelain, the smaller the pores, while the coarser the pottery, the larger the pores.
                                              • Since porcelain is made from clay, the amount of iron spots present in the clay varies depending on the mineral content of the soil. These iron spots are harmless and do not affect the use of the porcelain. Removing them would require the use of chemical materials, which can be damaging to high-quality porcelain.
                                              • Handmade products are not perfect, and each piece can have differences in size, shape, colour, and other aspects.
                                            • Handmade Yellow Wood Fired Kiln Altered Flower Tea CupHandmade Yellow Wood Fired Kiln Altered Flower Tea Cup
                                              $33.99

                                              The teacup is handmade using the wood-fired kiln altered glaze technique, and its glaze presents a unique yellow and light purple colour. The phenomenon of crystal formation is caused by kiln altered in a cup, commonly known as “crystal flowers”.

                                              The varying shades of colour make each cup one-of-a-kind, adding a rugged and beautiful charm to your tea table. The mouth of the cup is designed with a flower shape, making the whole cup look even more entertaining.

                                              Attention:

                                              • Kiln-fired glaze variations are often unpredictable and can result in a wide range of colours from a single firing.
                                              • The porosity of ceramics varies depending on the materials used, the recipe, the pressure applied, the duration of pressure, the thickness of the body, the firing temperature, and the duration of firing. Generally, the finer the porcelain, the smaller the pores, while the coarser the pottery, the larger the pores.
                                              • Since porcelain is made from clay, the amount of iron spots present in the clay varies depending on the mineral content of the soil. These iron spots are harmless and do not affect the use of the porcelain. Removing them would require the use of chemical materials, which can be damaging to high-quality porcelain.
                                              • Handmade products are not perfect, and each piece can have differences in size, shape, colour, and other aspects.
                                            • Hand Painted Antique Clay Glaze Bamboo GaiwanHand Painted Antique Clay Glaze Bamboo Gaiwan
                                              $113.99

                                              This Gaiwan is made with antique clay glaze, which gives it a smooth and lustrous surface, as well as a thick and sturdy body, evoking a sense of ancient elegance, tranquillity, and warmth. The hand-painted strokes are lively and natural, depicting the bamboo forest and rocks with lifelike accuracy.

                                              The Chinese bamboo forest and rocks have profound symbolic meanings in culture and art. The bamboo forest symbolizes resilience and humility. Bamboo is known for its strong vitality and flexible nature, able to withstand harsh winters and remain upright. This characteristic has made bamboo a symbol of traditional virtues in China, including perseverance, resilience in adversity, and modesty. Additionally, the bamboo forest is often seen as a place of seclusion, representing the pursuit of inner freedom and tranquillity. Rocks, on the other hand, symbolize stability and steadfastness. In Chinese art, rocks are frequently depicted as rugged, majestic, and serene. They represent the eternal and unchanging aspects of the natural world, as well as the values of determination and stability that people strive for in life. Rocks are also seen as symbols of wisdom and longevity, standing tall and unwavering despite the passage of time.

                                              Furthermore, the Gaiwan is crafted using the overglaze colour painting craft, which produces pure, vibrant, and full colours. Since Gaiwan is hand-painted by an artist, every piece is unique and machine-printed decals cannot be compared with.

                                            • Hand Painted Antique Clay Glaze Bamboo Tea TrayHand Painted Antique Clay Glaze Bamboo Tea Tray
                                              $99.99

                                              This tea tray is made with antique clay glaze, which gives it a smooth and lustrous surface, as well as a thick and sturdy body, evoking a sense of ancient elegance, tranquillity, and warmth. The hand-painted strokes are lively and natural, depicting the bamboo forest and rocks with lifelike accuracy.

                                              The Chinese bamboo forest and rocks have profound symbolic meanings in culture and art. The bamboo forest symbolizes resilience and humility. Bamboo is known for its strong vitality and flexible nature, able to withstand harsh winters and remain upright. This characteristic has made bamboo a symbol of traditional virtues in China, including perseverance, resilience in adversity, and modesty. Additionally, the bamboo forest is often seen as a place of seclusion, representing the pursuit of inner freedom and tranquillity. Rocks, on the other hand, symbolize stability and steadfastness. In Chinese art, rocks are frequently depicted as rugged, majestic, and serene. They represent the eternal and unchanging aspects of the natural world, as well as the values of determination and stability that people strive for in life. Rocks are also seen as symbols of wisdom and longevity, standing tall and unwavering despite the passage of time.

                                              Furthermore, the tea tray is crafted using the overglaze colour painting craft, which produces pure, vibrant, and full colours. Since tea tray is hand-painted by an artist, every piece is unique and machine-printed decals cannot compare with.

                                            • Hand Painted Antique Clay Glaze Goji GaiwanHand Painted Antique Clay Glaze Goji Gaiwan
                                              $109.99

                                              This Gaiwan is made with antique clay glaze, which gives it a smooth and lustrous surface, as well as a thick and sturdy body, evoking a sense of ancient elegance, tranquillity, and warmth. The hand-painted pictures are lively and natural, depicting the goji berries with lifelike accuracy.

                                              Goji berries, a small orange-red fruit with a long history in China, symbolize auspiciousness and happiness. The elongated fruits of goji berries are fiery red in color, hence in China, goji berries are regarded as a symbol of celebration and joy. The fiery red goji berries represent good luck and signify a life filled with prosperity and vitality.

                                              Furthermore, the Gaiwan is crafted using the overglaze colour painting craft, which produces pure, vibrant, and full colours. Since Gaiwan is hand-painted by an artist, every piece is unique and machine-printed decals cannot compare with.

                                            • Hand Painted Antique Clay Glaze San Duo Tea TrayHand Painted Antique Clay Glaze San Duo Tea Tray
                                              $99.99

                                              This tea tray is made with imitation antique clay glaze, with a smooth and glossy glaze surface and a thick and solid body, giving it a sense of antique elegance, tranquillity, and warmth. The hand-painted picture is vivid and natural, depicting lifelike pomegranates.

                                              ‘San Duo’ is a traditional auspicious pattern in China, originating from the phrase “Hua Feng San Zhu Duo Fu, Duo Shou, Duo Zi,” which means “abundant blessings, longevity, and many children.” Traditional patterns often consist of Buddha’s hand citron, peaches, and pomegranates. This pattern features pomegranates. In ancient China, pomegranates symbolized a prosperous and auspicious life with abundance, good fortune, and prosperity. The pomegranate is red both inside and outside, symbolizing a vibrant life and passionate individuals. As the pomegranate has numerous seeds, people use it as a symbol of wishing for a large and prosperous family, and the ancients referred to it as ‘a thousand chambers with the same membrane, a thousand children as one’.

                                              This tea tray is made using the overglaze technique, with vibrant and full colours in the painted design. Each lid bowl is individually hand-painted by skilled artists, making each one unique and machine-printed decals cannot compare with.

                                            • Hand Painted Wood Ash Glazed Goji Tea TrayHand Painted Wood Ash Glazed Goji Tea Tray
                                              $99.99

                                              This tea tray is made with wood ash glaze, with a smooth and glossy glaze surface and a thick and solid body, giving it a sense of antique elegance, tranquillity, and warmth. The hand-painted picture is vivid and natural, depicting lifelike Goji.

                                              Goji berries, a small orange-red fruit with a long history in China, symbolize auspiciousness and happiness. The elongated fruits of goji berries are fiery red in colour, hence in China, goji berries are regarded as a symbol of celebration and joy. The fiery red goji berries represent good luck and signify a life filled with prosperity and vitality.

                                              Furthermore, the tea tray is crafted using the overglaze colour painting craft, which produces pure, vibrant, and full colours. Since the tea tray is hand-painted by an artist, every piece is unique, and machine-printed decals cannot be compared with.

                                            • Hand Painted Ruyao Cute Kitty Tea TrayHand Painted Ruyao Cute Kitty Tea Tray
                                              $99.99

                                              This tea tray is handcrafted using the Ru Klin technique. The painting features a cute kitty on the stone. The Ru porcelain glaze is thick and often exhibits crackling patterns resembling fish scales or cicada wings. With prolonged use, tea soup can seep into the cracks, forming irregular and intricate patterns. As a result, the surface feels smooth and polished, reminiscent of the beauty of jade yet distinct from actual jade.

                                            • Hand Painted Ruyao Mountains Tea TrayHand Painted Ruyao Mountains Tea Tray Out of Stock
                                              $135.99

                                              This tea tray is handcrafted using the Ru Klin technique. The painting features a depiction of mountain scenery in shades of blue and green. The Ru porcelain glaze is thick and often exhibits crackling patterns resembling fish scales or cicada wings. With prolonged use, tea soup can seep into the cracks, forming irregular and intricate patterns. As a result, the surface feels smooth and polished, reminiscent of the beauty of jade yet distinct from actual jade.

                                            • Hand Painted Wood Ash Glazed Pomegranate Tea TrayHand Painted Wood Ash Glazed Pomegranate Tea Tray
                                              $99.99

                                              This tea tray is made with wood ash glaze, with a smooth and glossy glaze surface and a thick and solid body, giving it a sense of antique elegance, tranquillity, and warmth. The hand-painted picture is vivid and natural, depicting lifelike pomegranates.

                                              In ancient China, pomegranates symbolized a prosperous and auspicious life with abundance, good fortune, and prosperity. The pomegranate is red both inside and outside, symbolizing a vibrant life and passionate individuals. As the pomegranate has numerous seeds, people use it as a symbol of wishing for a large and prosperous family, and the ancients referred to it as ‘a thousand chambers with the same membrane, a thousand children as one’.

                                              This tea tray is made using the overglaze technique, with vibrant and full colours in the painted design. Each lid bowl is individually hand-painted by skilled artists, making each one unique and machine-printed decals cannot compare with.

                                            • Handmade Vintage Hydrangea Fair CupHandmade Vintage Hydrangea Fair Cup
                                              $26.99

                                              This fair cup is blue glazed with hand-painted hydrangea on it. The shape of the fair cup follows traditional aesthetic design elements, with a classic unique shape.

                                            • Lao Yan Mud Clouds Handled Large TeapotLao Yan Mud Clouds Handled Large Teapot
                                              $339.99

                                              This teapot is made with special Lao Yan Mud as the raw material which possesses irreplaceable advantages over other clay materials for teapot making. Lao Yan Mud is formulated by blending rock minerals and clay. The mineral components (such as quartz, mica, etc) in the clay do not melt at temperatures around 1250 degrees Celsius, resulting in the formation of voids during the firing and drying process. These irregular pores, formed due to different shrinkage rates during the final firing, do not fully vitrify. These porous structures contribute to preserving and enhancing the aroma and character of tea, allowing the water to become fragrant and sweet when brewed. This special mud undergoes multiple high-temperature oxidations and reductions, causing its body to exhibit a primitive, natural, and rugged texture. Its colour displays a myriad of kiln-fired variations, exuding a charming and rustic kiln transformation.

                                              In addition, this teapot’s handle is adorned with auspicious cloud patterns. In ancient China, firstly, auspicious clouds symbolize good fortune and positivity. In traditional Chinese culture, auspicious clouds are often depicted surrounding figures of immortals, sages, and auspicious beings, signifying good luck, happiness, and blessings. Secondly, auspicious clouds also represent power and status. In ancient times, the emperor’s outings were often described with imagery like ‘dragon robes, golden belt, purple tassels, and auspicious clouds,’ expressing the emperor’s prestigious position and authority. Thus, auspicious clouds are also regarded as a symbol of power and status. Furthermore, auspicious clouds also embody the notions of mystery and legend. In ancient legends, auspicious clouds were believed to be the mounts of immortals and celestial beings, serving as bridges to the heavens. The emperor’s journeys were often accompanied by an air of mystery and legend. In short, auspicious clouds hold a significant place in traditional Chinese culture, representing auspiciousness, power, mystery, and legend. They are widely prevalent and important motifs and elements in various aspects of Chinese art such as painting, sculpture, architecture, and literature.

                                              The appearance of this teapot is rustic and simple, with lifelike auspicious cloud patterns on the handle, making it a perfect companion for tea brewing.

                                            • Soda Glazed Melon Edged TeapotSoda Glazed Melon Edged Teapot
                                              $439.99

                                              This teapot is made with special Lao Yan Mud as the material, both inside and outside covered with soda ash glaze, and semi-handmade. Its elegant shape and smooth water flow make it an excellent companion for tea drinking. The unique cracked glaze technique creates beautiful patterns on the surface as the cracks are formed by the long-term infusion of tea. Generally, the patterns created through the cracked glaze technique are unique, adding more enjoyment to the tea brewing process.

                                              Its special clay material, Lao Yan Mud, possesses irreplaceable advantages over other clay materials for teapot making. Lao Yan Mud is formulated by blending rock minerals and clay. The mineral components (such as quartz, mica, etc) in the clay do not melt at temperatures around 1250 degrees Celsius, resulting in the formation of voids during the firing and drying process. These irregular pores, formed due to different shrinkage rates during the final firing, do not fully vitrify. These porous structures contribute to preserving and enhancing the aroma and character of the tea, allowing the water to become fragrant and sweet when brewed.

                                              Besides the special mud, soda glaze is another main character of this tea pot. The soda glaze is crafted using imported raw minerals from Japan, where, through high-temperature firing, weak alkaline metal ions such as potassium, sodium, and calcium are released and incorporated into the glaze. The surface of the teapot bears tiny pores left behind by the firing process of the natural raw minerals. These breathable pores possess the unique ability to adsorb tea impurities, reduce bitterness, and maintain a refreshing, non-stuffy character, greatly enhancing the quality of the tea infusion. The result is a smoother, more delicate, and pleasantly aromatic tea experience. Upon heating with boiling water, the trace elements like boron, zinc, and lithium, found within the soda glaze, significantly soften the water quality. This effect causes the water molecules to exhibit a weak alkaline state, a characteristic not typically found in ordinary boiling vessels. This outstanding property has earned it the industry nickname – ‘the balance of regulating the body’s acid-alkaline equilibrium.’ Prolonged use of the soda-glazed miniature teapot proves highly beneficial for one’s health.

                                              This teapot has a simple, rustic appearance and smooth water flow. Due to the spongy pores of the Lao Yan mud which makes it can absorb the fragrance of the tea leaves, the aroma of the tea soup can easily maintain for a longer time and taste smoother and sweeter.

                                            • Xi Lan Kiln Altered TeapotXi Lan Kiln Altered Teapot
                                              $143.99

                                              This small teapot is made by both kiln-fired glaze variations and cracked glaze craft. Because kiln alteration techniques enable an exciting and dynamic way to create different red colour glazes on this teacup, each teacup is unique and made by hand, with no two being exactly alike. The phenomenon of crystal formation is caused by a kiln altered in a cup, commonly known as “crystal flowers”.

                                              Besides that, the unique cracked glaze technique used creates beautiful patterns on the cup’s surface. Over time as it is soaked with tea soup, and the resulting variations in the pattern make each piece truly outstanding and add more enjoyment to the tea-drinking experience.

                                              Attention:

                                              • Kiln-fired glaze variations are often unpredictable and can result in a wide range of colours from a single firing.
                                              • The porosity of ceramics varies depending on the materials used, the recipe, the pressure applied, the duration of pressure, the thickness of the body, the firing temperature, and the duration of firing. Generally, the finer the porcelain, the smaller the pores, while the coarser the pottery, the larger the pores.
                                              • Since porcelain is made from clay, the amount of iron spots present in the clay varies depending on the mineral content of the soil. These iron spots are harmless and do not affect the use of the porcelain. Removing them would require the use of chemical materials, which can be damaging to high-quality porcelain.
                                              • Handmade products are not perfect, and each piece can have differences in size, shape, colour, and other aspects.
                                            • $119.99

                                              This fair cup has been wood ash glazed which gives it an earthy and organic feature. This glaze is often made by collecting the ash from burnt wood and mixing it with clay, creating a natural and rustic finish.

                                              The unique shape created by the hand-pinching process gives the fair cup an individual character and charm. Each piece would be slightly different, with its own organic curves, asymmetries, and irregularities. These variations would make it even more special and add to its natural beauty.

                                              Its natural and earthy appearance would evoke a sense of calmness and harmony, making it the perfect vessel for enjoying a warm cup of tea.