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Servers

Known in Chinese as chahai ("sea of tea") or gongdaobei ("fairness cup"), servers are used to decant tea from the brewing vessel and serve into the tasting cups. Decanting into a server stops your tea from over-steeping, so you can enjoy a perfect brew.
  • Essential Gaiwan Set
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    Wherever life takes you, take tea with our Essential Gaiwan Set! This fully-integrated set...


  • Ru Kiln String Server
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    With an elegant glaze and refined shape, this lidded server is inspired by the Imperial Ru Kilns of China's Song Dynasty. Crafted by nationally acclaimed Taiwanese master ceramicist Xu De Jia, this piece features the artist's signature blue-green glaze on a white clay body. Our Ru Kiln...


  • Ru Kiln Server: Series 2
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    Inspired by the Imperial Ru Kilns of China's Song Dynasty, this Ru Kiln Server was crafted by nationally acclaimed Taiwanese master ceramicist Xu De Jia, and features the artist's signature blue-green glaze on a light clay body.

    As with all of our celadon pieces in the Song Kiln Collection,...


  • Modern Glass Server
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    A sleek, minimal glass pitcher designed with gong fu cha in mind. The large capacity makes this server ideal for combining infusions or serving groups, while the precisely pointed spout offers a pour without dribbles. Crafted of thick borosilicate glass that is twice the weight...


  • Yixing Clay Server
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    This traditional tea server, intended for use in gong fu cha, is crafted of dark brown clay and left unglazed, with simple decorative carving on the exterior surface. This server is accompanied by a matching lid to help retain heat, as well as a small mesh...


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