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                                            • Goldfish Octagonal Teapot SetGoldfish Octagonal Teapot Set Out of Stock
                                              $169.99

                                              This goldfish set originates from Dehua. The technique used is decal decoration. Decal decoration is one of the most used modern ceramic decoration methods, where coloured patterns from floral paper adhere to the ceramic body or glaze surface. It’s employed for mass production, thus reducing costs and prices.

                                              In traditional Chinese culture, goldfish holds rich symbolism. The similarity in pronunciation between the word for “goldfish” and the phrases “gold” from “金玉满堂” (prosperity and wealth) and “fish” from “吉庆有余” (auspiciousness and abundance) associates’ goldfish with auspiciousness and good fortune. Additionally, the gold colour of the goldfish represents wealth, while the fish’s form symbolizes abundance and contentment in life. Thus, goldfish also embody prosperity and auspiciousness. Furthermore, fish are known for their strong reproductive abilities, and goldfish are no exception. In traditional culture, goldfish symbolize the flourishing and prosperity of one’s family lineage and the hope for many descendants. Beyond this, goldfish also represent academic success. Their graceful and agile swimming is likened to the idea of achieving success and smooth sailing in various endeavours. Lastly, goldfish are associated with attracting wealth and inviting prosperity, making them a common sight in business establishments and home decor, as a way to invite good fortune and financial success.

                                            • 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.

                                            • Ruyi Jade White GaiwanRuyi Jade White Gaiwan Out of Stock
                                              $21.99

                                              This Gaiwan is light and thin, the rim of it is wide which is not easy to scald. It has a lustrous, translucent quality that gives it a unique and almost ethereal appearance.

                                              In terms of design, white ceramic teaware is often kept simple and understated, allowing its natural beauty to shine through. Its clean lines and minimalist style can create a sense of calm and tranquillity, making it the perfect choice for those who wish to fully immerse themselves in the tea-drinking experience.

                                            • Apricot White Hexagon GaiwanApricot White Hexagon Gaiwan
                                              $33.99

                                              This hexagonal Gaiwan presents smooth lines at every corner, displaying an elegant shape. It is glazed with a warm and soft apricot white colour, making the entire Gaiwan warm and soft. The glazed surface is as smooth as silk, tempting people to touch its polished surface. The overall shape of the Gaiwan is simple yet elegant, making people want to taste a warm cup of tea and enjoy a peaceful moment.

                                            • Begonia Tea CupBegonia Tea Cup
                                              $34.99

                                              This beautiful teacup is made by white jade ceramic which has a smooth and delicate texture. The overall shape of it looks like a vivid begonia flower. It combines both Song dynasty’s aesthetic and modern simplicity. Its clean lines and minimalist style can create a sense of calm and tranquillity, making it the perfect choice for those who wish to fully immerse themselves in the tea-drinking experience.

                                            • Hand Painted Begonia Thin GaiwanHand Painted Begonia Thin Gaiwan
                                              $48.99

                                              This thin hand-painted Gaiwan is as transparent as jade, adorned with a traditional Chinese pattern – the peony, which represents happiness and contentment. The design of the lipped mouth extends the curvature of the lid, making it less likely to scald one’s hand during use.

                                              The glossy glazed surface of this Gaiwan and its fine and delicate texture exudes a peaceful and gentle sensation. The hand-painted colourful pattern is vivid and lifelike, making it the perfect companion for daily tea drinking.

                                            • Hand Painted Child Tea CupHand Painted Child Tea Cup
                                              $45.99

                                              The teacup is made from high-quality white mud, giving it a smooth and elegant texture. The surface is covered in a lovely white glaze, which creates a beautiful and glossy finish. The cup is adorned with overglaze colours in two different patterns.

                                              One of the patterns depicts children setting off firecrackers, a symbol of celebration and joy in Chinese culture. The other pattern shows a child with good fortune, representing prosperity and good luck. Both patterns are intricate and detailed, featuring vibrant colours that contrast beautifully against the white background.

                                              Due to being entirely hand-painted, each painting has slight differences.

                                            • Hand Painted Child Tea CupHand Painted Child Tea Cup
                                              $45.99

                                              The teacup is made from high-quality white mud, giving it a smooth and elegant texture. The surface is covered in a lovely white glaze, which creates a beautiful and glossy finish. The cup is adorned with overglaze colours in two different patterns.

                                              One of the patterns depicts children setting off firecrackers, a symbol of celebration and joy in Chinese culture. The other pattern shows a child with good fortune, representing prosperity and good luck. Both patterns are intricate and detailed, featuring vibrant colours that contrast beautifully against the white background.

                                              Due to being entirely hand-painted, each painting has slight differences.

                                            • Handmade Heart-shaped Kiln Altered Green Tea CupHandmade Heart-shaped Kiln Altered Green Tea Cup Out of Stock
                                              $29.99

                                              This handmade celadon chicken heart cup features a beautiful green glaze that is created through the kiln-altered baking process. During this process, the temperature and atmosphere inside the kiln are carefully controlled to produce variations in colour and texture on the surface of the pottery.

                                              The resulting green glaze on this cup is a stunning example of the unique and unpredictable effects that can be achieved through this ancient technique. The subtle variations in shade and texture give the cup a natural and organic feel, and the delicate chicken heart shape adds a touch of whimsy and charm.

                                              Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this cup is entirely handmade and one-of-a-kind. Its smooth, rounded shape feels comfortable in the hand, and the rich, green glaze adds depth and dimension to the surface.

                                              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.
                                            • Handwriting Jade White Sancai GaiwanHandwriting Jade White Sancai Gaiwan
                                              $49.99

                                              Porcelain with jade-white glaze, presenting a warm and smooth texture like jade and silk. As for its colour, the porcelain usually appears in a light creamy white, which, under the light, exhibits a slight transparency. The handwritten poetry adds a literary charm to this Gaiwan. Its clean lines and minimalist style can create a sense of calm and tranquillity. This beautiful Gaiwan even without tea inside, can enhance the home’s elegant atmosphere simply by being just displayed on a shelf. It is a perfect choice for those who wish to fully immerse themselves in the tea-drinking experience.

                                            • White Jade Gentleman Fair CupWhite Jade Gentleman Fair Cup
                                              $20.99

                                              This beautiful fair cup is made of Kaolin clay which has a smooth and delicate texture. It has a lustrous, translucent quality that gives it a unique and almost ethereal appearance.

                                              In terms of design, white jade ceramic teaware is often kept simple and understated, allowing its natural beauty to shine through. Its clean lines and minimalist style can create a sense of calm and tranquillity, making it the perfect choice for those who wish to fully immerse themselves in the tea-drinking experience.

                                            • Zen Style Tea Cup Gift SetZen Style Tea Cup Gift Set
                                              $79.99

                                              This Zen-inspired gift set features beautiful white jade ceramic teacups, perfect for savouring your favorited brew in a peaceful and serene setting. The cup’s delicate design and high-quality craftsmanship make it a true work of art.

                                              The bottom of the teacup is engraved with the six Buddhist practices, including generosity, ethical conduct, patience, diligence, meditation, and wisdom, allowing you to appreciate the wisdom and compassion of Buddhism while enjoying your tea.

                                            • Handmade Ink Wash Landscape Painting Fair CupHandmade Ink Wash Landscape Painting Fair Cup
                                              $49.99

                                              This handmade fair cup is adorned with a unique impressionistic Chinese ink landscape painting. Made from white jade ceramic, it has a smooth texture and a minimalist style that complements its elegant design. The fair cup maintains a sense of simplicity, making it perfect for enjoying a cup of tea in a calm and peaceful setting. Its smooth texture and minimalist style make it a pleasure to hold and admire, adding to its overall sense of tranquillity and refinement.

                                            • 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.

                                            • Soda Glazed Pumpkin Large TeapotSoda Glazed Pumpkin Large Teapot
                                              $279.99

                                              This large teapot is crafted from high-quality raw clay and fired at high temperatures. The raw clay is extracted from natural deposits in mines, possessing the inherent qualities and advantages of the natural mineral, resulting in a more stable and pure texture. The body of this large teapot is glazed, seamlessly blending with the mottled and rustic texture of the clay, creating a smooth and natural appearance. The handle is hand-wrapped with woolen thread, providing insulation from heat. The steam hole on the edge of the teapot lid prevents the build-up of steam caused by boiling water. The tiny pores on the surface of the teapot are natural features left behind after firing with the original mineral glaze, showcasing the characteristics of the raw mineral glaze. 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.

                                              Besides that, soda glaze is another main character of this teapot. 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.

                                              It’s important to note that during the initial stages of boiling water, the teapot may experience sweating, which is a normal occurrence. Simply proceed with the usual process of boiling the water. After brewing tea, the surface of the teapot will develop delicate patterns resembling cicada wings and golden threads. Prolonged use will further enhance these patterns, resulting in a charming antique appearance that becomes more intriguing over time.

                                              Maintenance Guidelines:

                                              Initial Use: For a new teapot, it’s important to boil water in it before regular use. Fill the teapot to about one-sixth of its capacity with clean water, bring it to a boil, and then pour out the water. Next, fill the teapot with clean water and add a small amount of rice. Boil the water with the rice for approximately one hour (be cautious not to burn the rice). After discarding the rice and water, there’s no need to clean the teapot. Let it sit overnight, then wash it the next day. Boil clean water in the teapot twice before using it for tea.

                                              Important Points:

                                              Avoid Dry Heating: Never heat the teapot without water, as it can cause the teapot to crack. Also, avoid rapid temperature changes.  Refilling: If you need to refill the teapot, ensure there’s residual water inside. Test the bottom of the teapot with your hand to make sure it’s not too hot before adding more water. It’s recommended to fill the water up to the level where it reaches the first water outlet hole.

                                              Suggestions:

                                              This teapot is made from natural raw clay, which has good breathability. After each tea session, make sure to pour out any remaining water from the teapot to prevent water droplets from forming at the bottom the next day.

                                            • Stoneware Clay Powder Sprinkling Small Teapot - FlatStoneware Clay Powder Sprinkling Small Teapot
                                              $149.99
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                                              This stoneware clay powder sprinkling teapot is entirely handmade. Its appearance presents a rough feeling which is its own unique beauty.

                                              Its special technique -powder sprinkling (‘Fenyin’ in Chinese) also known as “powder blowing”, is named after its appearance resembling a gust of powder blown up by the wind. The characteristic of powder sprinkling is that the traces of its past use gradually change over time. The surface of powder sprinkling has many pores, and once water enters, those traces will unfold like petals. Rustic, understated, and inclusive, these are its features of it. Placed on a tea table, it always exudes a light sense of tranquillity and warmth.

                                            • Stoneware Clay Powder Sprinkling Small Teapot - ShortStoneware Clay Powder Sprinkling Small Teapot
                                              $149.99
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                                              This stoneware clay powder sprinkling teapot is entirely handmade. Its appearance presents a rough feeling which is its own unique beauty.

                                              Its special technique -powder sprinkling (‘Fenyin’ in Chinese) also known as “powder blowing”, is named after its appearance resembling a gust of powder blown up by the wind. The characteristic of powder sprinkling is that the traces of its past use gradually change over time. The surface of powder sprinkling has many pores, and once water enters, those traces will unfold like petals. Rustic, understated, and inclusive, these are its features of it. Placed on a tea table, it always exudes a light sense of tranquillity and warmth.

                                            • Stoneware Clay Powder Sprinkling Small Teapot - TallStoneware Clay Powder Sprinkling Small Teapot
                                              $149.99
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                                              This stoneware clay powder sprinkling teapot is entirely handmade. Its appearance presents a rough feeling which is its own unique beauty.

                                              Its special technique -powder sprinkling (‘Fenyin’ in Chinese) also known as “powder blowing”, is named after its appearance resembling a gust of powder blown up by the wind. The characteristic of powder sprinkling is that the traces of its past use gradually change over time. The surface of powder sprinkling has many pores, and once water enters, those traces will unfold like petals. Rustic, understated, and inclusive, these are its features of it. Placed on a tea table, it always exudes a light sense of tranquillity and warmth.

                                            • $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.