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Teapots

The ubiquitous tea brewing vessel. Most popular for Chinese Gong Fu Cha are pots made from yixing clay, dedicated to one style of tea to season with use. However, glass or glazed ceramics are flavor neutral, and perfect for brewing a wide variety of styles.

  • Blossom Glass Teapot
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    Blossom Glass Teapot

    $8.00 - $28.00

    A charming glass teapot of heat-proof borosilicate glass. A larger size provides plenty of room for blossoming teas to expand. Also comes with a glass infuser to showcase your favorite loose leaf tea. The infuser's fine slits allow the tea to steep while keeping even...


  • Celadon Teapot, Reed Handle
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    This is one of Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia's masterpieces. Hand-shaped tea pot in the style of a traditional Japanese kyusu. This is one of his few works using two different materials: the teapot is of dark clay, glazed in beautiful sky blue celadon. Attached...


  • Master Yixing, Style 543
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    This zhuni (reddish brown) pot is designed in the shape of a pumpkin, with ornate leaf carvings adorning the spout, lid, and handle. With a large round body and thick walls, this pot is suited to a wide range of teas.

    Each summer we travel...


  • Master Yixing, Style 544
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    This duanni (yellow) pot is designed in the shape of a pumpkin, with ornate leaf carvings adorning the spout, lid, and handle. With a large round body and thick walls, this pot is suited to a wide range of teas.

    Each summer we travel to...


  • Master Yixing, Style 546
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    Duanni (yellow) clay in a traditional 'stone ladle' shape, with delicate, subtle etching. The wide base of this pot allows plenty of room for rolled or twisted leaves to expand, while the opening remains wide enough to accommodate even large tea leaves.

    Each summer we...


  • Master Yixing, Style 549
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    Dark brown zisha clay crafted in a hexagonal shape that is carried through in the detail of the spout. Thick walls and an elevated base make this pot well suited for retaining heat when brewing darker teas like pu-erh.

    Each summer we travel to Jiangsu...


  • Artisan Yixing, Style 656
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    This classic spherical theme pot is one of our largest capacity pots in this year's collection. At 14 ounces it is appropriate for any occasion. Built of soft yellow walls and adorned with intricately carved script.

    Each summer we travel to Jiangsu - the province...


  • Artisan Yixing, Style 641
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    A spherical zisha pot with a precise pour.The round and balanced shape of this pot makes it perfect for any type of tea.

    Each summer we travel to Jiangsu - the province in which the city of Yixing is located - to hand select our...


  • Master Yixing, Style 512
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    A hexagonal teapot, crafted with precision to carry the faceted details through to the spout and lid, which fits perfectly in any orientation. The wide body of this pot makes it perfect for flat pieces of compressed pu-erh cakes or long, twisted oolong leaves, but...


  • Master Yixing, Style 515
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    A petite pear-shaped pot, offering plenty of room for leaf expnsion in the bulbous body, and tapering up to a narrow opening and domed lid. Suitable for brewing any type of tea.

    Each summer we travel to Jiangsu - the province in which the city...


  • Master Yixing, Style 517
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    A rounded body, burnished to perfection, makes this pot a beautiful, traditional example of quality craftsmanship. The meticulous details are evident not only in the decorative elements of this pot, but also in it's function, with a perfectly arced pour and a graceful balance in...


  • Master Yixing, Style 519
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    Made from rare zisha clay in a traditional but subtle pear shape, this pot is carefully burnished on the outside, while the interior is left with a natural gritty texture. The porosity of this pot will round and soften the sharpness of charcoal roasted oolongs,...


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