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Jingdezhen Porcelain

Nicknamed the "Porcelain Capital", Jingdezhen has been a center of porcelain production for over 1,700 years. Clay and ceramics produced here are famed for their pure white color and translucent thin walls.

  • Jingdezhen Gaiwan, Spring
    Quick shop

    One of two paper porcelain gaiwans we commissioned from Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province. Hand-crafted of thin high-fired porcelain. Thin enough to appear translucent when held against the light.

    A sibling to the wider bodied Summer gaiwan, the Spring version is tall, with slightly more angular lines....


  • Jingdezhen Tasting Cup
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    Paper thin porcelain from Jingdezhen. These cups were especially selected not only for the quality of the porcelain used, but also the classic shape and size. Larger than the standard yixing tasting cups, but not so large that they throw off the balance when used...


  • Jingdezhen Gaiwan, Summer
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    We commissioned craftsman in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province, to hand-craft these gaiwans for us.

    Our requirements were simple but specific: we wanted the gaiwans made from thin high fired porcelain - so thin, in fact, that they would appear translucent if held up against light. Their...


  • Jingdezhen Gaiwan, Crimson
    Quick shop

    A beautiful, festive gaiwan, newly commissioned for 2016. Functional details are modeled on our popular white gaiwans, with a set-in center to the saucer and a well fitted lid to avoid slipping in the hand. A matte black finish on the base of the plate...


  • White Tea Dish
    Quick shop

    A simple and beautifully shaped vessel for holding your tea leaves. We use it at the shop as a presentation dish to show the tea before brewing. For gong fu cha, the tea dish is an elegant intermediary between a canister of tea and the...


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