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New Teaware

Explore our latest teaware releases.
  • Spring Gaiwan
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    Spring Gaiwan

    $40.00

    The successor to our wildly popular Jingdezhen Spring Gaiwan, our new Spring Gaiwan is handcrafted in Dehua, Fujian from paper-thin, high-fired porcelain. Finished with a thin, hand-painted... →


  • Summer Gaiwan
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    Summer Gaiwan

    $40.00

    The successor to our wildly popular Jingdezhen Summer Gaiwan, our new Summer Gaiwan is handcrafted in Dehua, Fujian from paper-thin, high-fired porcelain. Finished with a thin, hand-painted cerulean line... →


  • Ru Kiln Lotus Tray: Large
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    Handcrafted from dark clay and glazed with classic Ru-style celadon, this unique tea tray was commissioned from Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia. With a removable pot rest in the center, this tray elevates your brewing vessel and provides an elegant way to manage runoff water and excess tea... →


  • Ru Kiln Lotus Tray: Medium
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    Handcrafted from dark clay and glazed with classic Ru-style celadon, this unique tea tray was commissioned from Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia. With a removable pot rest in the center, this tray elevates your brewing vessel and provides an elegant way to manage runoff water and excess tea... →


  • Ru Kiln Lotus Tray: Small
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    Handcrafted from dark clay and glazed with classic Ru-style celadon, this unique tea tray was commissioned from Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia. With a removable pot rest in the center, this tray elevates your brewing vessel and provides an elegant way to manage runoff water and excess tea... →


  • Ru Kiln Bamboo Pot: One
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    Part of our Song Kiln Collection, this teapot is inspired by the celadon ware of the Song Dynasty's Imperial Ru Kiln, China's most prized ceramics.

    Handcrafted by nationally acclaimed Taiwanese master ceramicist, Xu De Jia, this elegant teapot features the artist's signature Ru... →


  • Ru Kiln Bamboo Pot: Three
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    Part of our Song Kiln Collection, this teapot is inspired by the celadon ware of the Song Dynasty's Imperial Ru Kiln, China's most prized ceramics.

    Handcrafted by nationally acclaimed Taiwanese master ceramicist, Xu De Jia, this elegant teapot features the artist's signature Ru... →


  • Ru Kiln Bamboo Pot: Four
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    Part of our Song Kiln Collection, this teapot is inspired by the celadon ware of the Song Dynasty's Imperial Ru Kiln, China's most prized ceramics.

    Handcrafted by nationally acclaimed Taiwanese master ceramicist, Xu De Jia, this elegant teapot features the artist's signature Ru... →


  • Ru Kiln Bamboo Pot: Eight
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    Part of our Song Kiln Collection, this teapot is inspired by the celadon ware of the Song Dynasty's Imperial Ru Kiln, China's most prized ceramics.

    Handcrafted by nationally acclaimed Taiwanese master ceramicist, Xu De Jia, this elegant teapot features the artist's signature Ru... →


  • Stagg EKG Kettle
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    Stagg EKG Kettle

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    Form meets function in the Stagg EKG, an advanced temperature-controlled water kettle by Fellow.

    Though minimalist in design, the Stagg EKG is one of the most capable electric... →


  • Stagg EKG Kettle
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    Stagg EKG Kettle

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    Form meets function in the Stagg EKG, an advanced temperature-controlled water kettle by Fellow.

    Though minimalist in design, the Stagg EKG is one of the most capable electric... →


  • Ru Kiln Shiboridashi
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    With an elegant glaze and refined shape, this Japanese-inspired tea brewing vessel is glazed in the classic Ru Kiln style of China's Song Dynasty. Crafted by nationally... →