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Teaware

No matter how you brew your tea, the method can make a world of difference in the flavor. While we always use traditional brewing methods to check the quality of our teas, we realize that there are as many ways to brew as there are tea drinkers, and encourage experimentation in developing your personal tea ritual.

  • Octagonal Tea Tray & Travel Kit
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    Cultivate a moment of true tranquility anywhere, at any occasion through a perfectly brewed cup of tea with this travel tea set. Crafted with honey-finished bamboo, this octagonal tray hides a second layer for storage of your gaiwan, server, and four tasting cups.

    The Chinese character...


  • Celadon Cauldron Cup
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    Large, simple, and elegantly crafted water (or tea) cup from Xu De Jia.


  • Celadon Gaiwan, Dark Clay
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    Steep in the understated elegance of this exquisitely hand-crafted celadon gaiwan. An unglazed lid top and darker edges bring a subtle rustic quality to contrast the gaiwan's lusturous, milky blue-green glaze, while also ingeniously making it easier to grip and maneuver. Beautiful to behold and...


  • The Integral Tea Utensil Set
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    There is a quiet refinement in pure simplicity.

    This three piece utensil set features clean lines and a scoop carved from sustainable bamboo - design direct from nature itself to nurture a quiet tea mind.

    Set contains all the essential pieces for traditional gong fu...


  • Celadon Gaiwan
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    Celadon Gaiwan

    $128.00

    A striking gaiwan from Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia, with a decidedly modern aesthetic. The bottom dish has an inset seat for the foot of the bowl to ensure a stable base. Hand-crafted in white stoneware, then glazed in luscious pale blue celadon.

    Combined with...


  • Artisan Yixing, Style 621
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    An unusual square shape in dark brown zisha clay, with a faceted spout and handle. The combination of thick walls and elevated foot make this pot great for retaining heat when brewing darker teas. 

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


  • Xu De Jia Tray
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    Xu De Jia Tray

    $128.00

    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...


  • Master Yixing, Style 525
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    A unique oval pot in smooth dark clay, the long, low shape of this pot would be ideal for brewing flat pieces of pu-erh broken from a cake.

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


  • Cherrywood Tea Scoop
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    Tea scoop carved from cherry wood, in a finish that accentuates the color of tea leaves.

    Scoop your tea leaves with peace of mind that even the most delicate tea leaves will receive gentle treatment.


  • Modern Ebony Tea Tray
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    A modern update to our favorite tray, the Modern Ebony tray has a broad polished surface, with a textured edge and intricately carved stylized characters on the tea server's side. Subtly carved into the edge of the rounded rectangular basin is a slim inlet that...


  • Ripple Tea Set
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    Hand thrown ceramic tea set. Glazed in a rustic earth tone reminiscent of sand, clay, and pebbles with a rippled surface that is pleasing to the hand. The teapot interior is unglazed, while the cups' interior glaze has the distinctive grey speckle of quail egg...


  • Sandalwood Tea Pick
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    Our tea pick features a sharp stainless steel shaft sheathed in red sandalwood. The two brass-accented edges of the pick can be twist-closed to elegantly hide the pick. A simple twist opens the pick for use. With time, both brass and wood will develop a...


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