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Celadon

Styled after the lost glazes of the Song Dynasty, these artisan-made celadon pieces from Taiwanese ceramicists Xu De Xian and Xu Chun Tian are as practical as they are beautiful.
  • Dark Clay Tea Set
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     A beautifully crafted set including a pot and two cups, handmade by Xu Chun Tian. The dark stoneware of the teapot is left mostly plain, with a distinctive glaze detail near the top of the handle. Though unglazed on the interior, the dense clay body...


  • Blue Celadon Teapot
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    A classically styled teapot handmade by Xu De Jia's son, Xu Chun Tian. The rich, blue-tinted celadon glaze covers a dark stoneware clay, creating a crisp, clean design.

     Just as with other celadon glazes from Xu De Jia's studio, a fine network of crazing covers each teapot. With...


  • Small Celadon Water Cup
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    Small drinking cup made by Xu De Jia's son, Xu Chun Tian. Perfectly practical for serious tasting or everyday drinking.


  • Celadon Gaiwan
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    Celadon Gaiwan

    $128.00

    A striking gaiwan from Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia, with a decidedly modern aesthetic. The bottom dish has an inset seat for the foot of the bowl to ensure a stable base. Hand-crafted in white stoneware, then glazed in luscious pale blue celadon.

    Combined with...


  • Giant Server
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    Giant Server

    $88.00

    We first spotted this server being used on Xu De Jia's own tea brewing area, and realized that its size makes it quite adaptable to different gaiwan or yixing teapot sizes. The beautifully shaped spout also makes for easy, drip free pouring into serving cups.

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  • Celadon Cup Pair, Egg
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    Gentle, tapering creates the graceful shape of this pair of celadon cups from Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia. Crafted from light clay, then glazed in pale blue celadon. The base of each cup is left unglazed.


  • Blue Celadon Tea Bowl
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    Blue Celadon Tea Bowl

    $82.00 - $128.00

    Handcrafted from dark clay and glazed with a sapphire blue celadon, these tea bowls were commissioned in 2016 from Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia. We like this large bowl for everyday use.

    The shape of follow the lines of a traditional tianmu bowl, updated with...


  • Celadon Tea Bowl, Chrysanthemum
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    Handcrafted from light clay and glazed with a sapphire blue celadon, these tea bowls were commissioned in 2015 from Taiwanese ceramcist Xu De Jia. The smaller size and fluted texture of this bowl makes it easy to hold. The shape of the bowl is similar...

  • Celadon Server, Dark Clay
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    A traditional celadon tea server with a modern aesthetic. Each celadon server is hand-sculpted of dark clay, overlaid with a creamy glaze of sapphire blue. Glaze flowing away from the edges creates darker highlights that accentuate the lines of the server. The foot of the...


  • Celadon Cup Pair, Lotus
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    Celadon Cup Pair, Lotus

    $38.00 - $48.00

    Smooth lines rise along the sides of this new cup style from Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia, forming a lotus flower pattern along the rim. Crafted from dark clay, then glazed in pale blue celadon.

    With use, Xu De Jia's celadon glazes will show the...


  • Celadon Tiandi Water Cup
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    TianDi (天地) refers to the rich contrast between the dark unglazed stoneware and the soft celadon glaze Xu De Jia frequently explores. This cup style is commonly used in Taiwan to drink water alongside tea.

    As is the case for most Xu De Jia pieces,...


  • Celadon Teapot, Style 12
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    A signature style hand made teapot from Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia, made of dark stoneware thickly coated with celadon glaze to create a rich, soft blue hue.

    A beautiful side effect of a lighter glaze over darker clay is the thin band of caramel brown...


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