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Song Kiln Collection

Often extolled as China's cultural apex, the Song Dynasty (CE 960-1280) was a time of grand innovation and creativity, and a font for countless new art forms; among the most revered contributions of this period were the ceramics produced by the Five Great Imperial Kilns (Ru, Ding, Guan, Ge, & Jun).

Crafted by nationally acclaimed Taiwanese master ceramicist Xu De Jia, and his son Xu Chun Tian, our Song Kiln Collection is inspired by the works of the Five Kilns and pays homage to an era that shaped the course of tea's history forever.

  • Ru Kiln Lotus Cup Pair (Large)
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    Inspired by the Imperial Ru Kilns of China's Song Dynasty, these lotus-motif cups were crafted by nationally acclaimed Taiwanese master ceramicist Xu De Jia. Sold as a pair, the cups feature Mr. Xu's signature blue-green glaze on a dark clay body.

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


  • Ru Kiln Lotus Cup Pair (Small)
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    Inspired by the Imperial Ru Kilns of China's Song Dynasty, these lotus-motif cups were crafted by nationally acclaimed Taiwanese master ceramicist Xu De Jia. Sold as a pair, the cups feature Mr. Xu's signature blue-green glaze on a dark clay body.

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


  • 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,...


  • Ru Kiln Incense Bowl: Series 2
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    Handcrafted from light clay and glazed with Xu De Jia's characteristic celadon. This large bowl is perfect for collecting excess water during the process of brewing. Available in two styles: a clean, modern shape and a more ornate, floral design.

    The glaze is slightly under-fired to create a...


  • Xu De Jia Tray
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    Xu De Jia Tray

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    This simple tea tray is the piece that first piqued our interest in celadon ware by Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia. Modern and beautiful in its simplicity. Thick glazed in lustrous celadon, and available in either creamy sapphire blue celadon or antique linen.

    This tea...


  • Ru Kiln Server: Series 1
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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 dark clay body.

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


  • 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,...


  • Jun Kiln Water Cup: Series 1
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    A small shuibei or "water cup" by Xu Chun Tian, son of nationally acclaimed Taiwanese master ceramicist Xu De Jia. Inspired by the Jun Kilns of the Song Dynasty, a vibrant blue glaze is anchored by a dark brown clay base.

    Please note that this is a handmade...


  • Ru Kiln Bamboo Cup
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    A small teacup crafted by nationally acclaimed Taiwanese master ceramicist, Xu De Jia. Inspired by the Ru Kilns of the Song Dynasty, a creamy blue-green glaze is anchored by a dark brown clay base.

    Please note that this is a handmade item, and every cup will vary slightly...


  • 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 Gaiwan: Series 1
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    Strikingly modern in its aesthetic, this gaiwan 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 Gaiwan retains heat better...


  • Ru Kiln Lotus Drainage Plate
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    Handcrafted from light clay and glazed with a sapphire blue celadon, this unique plate was commissioned from Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia. With drainage holes in the center, this plate will hold a pot neatly above spillage on a larger tray. Place atop one of Xu...