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Used in traditional Gong Fu Cha to hold brewed tea that has been decanted from the teapot. Fully decanting the liquid stops the brewing process, and allows everyone to be served an even brew.

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Giant Server
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    Giant Server

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    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.


  • Tiandi Server
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    Tiandi Server


    Hand-thrown dark stoneware server in a tall, minimalist shape. The soft curves of the base perfectly nestle into the hand while pouring, while tea gracefully flows off the expertly shaped lip. Half dipped in the signature celadon glaze of Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia, with dark...

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