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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.

  • 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...


  • Tall Celadon Tea Bowl
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    Handcrafted from dark clay and glazed with a sapphire blue celadon, these tea bowls were commissioned in 2016 from Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia. We like this large bowl for everyday use.

    The wide opening tapers dramatically into an elegantly simple foot

    The sapphire blue...


  • Harmony Stone Tea Tray
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    This is the most symbolic of our stone tea trays. Its depiction of an incomplete circle brush-stroked inside the square form of the tray echoes both traditional Chinese and Japanese zen principles. According to Chinese tradition, the tray captures the relationship between the heavens, represented...


  • Side view: Artisan Yixing, Style 622
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    A wide pot in reddish-brown clay, with a swirl motif adorning the body. Delicate detailing throughout the handle, lid, and spout complete the intricate design and add visual interest to the surface, while the wide opening makes this pot easy to fill and clean.

    Each summer we travel to Jiangsu -...


  • Tea Strainer
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    Tea Strainer

    $2.00

    Our strainers are designed to sit on a tea server, filtering out tiny bits of tea leaves from brewed tea poured from a teapot or gaiwan.

    The basic stainless strainer is funnel shaped and ends in a fine wire mesh. The edges are scalloped (not...


  • Buddha's Belly Utensil Set
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    Honey colored bamboo utensil set includes scoop, tongs, funnel, pick, and a tool for transferring tea from dish to brewing vessel. Utensils come with a unique base for easy storage, which has been pleasingly crafted into a teardrop shape that recalls the warm, gentle curves...


  • Red Canister
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    Red Canister

    $6.00 - $7.00

    Glossy fire engine red, metal canister with an airtight inner lid to preserve the freshness of your tea leaves.

    Two lids keep the tea fresh, while the two sizes accommodate different size and quantities of tea leaves. The smaller of the two canisters holds approximately...


  • Slate Canister
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    Slate Canister

    $6.00 - $7.00

    These are our newest canisters, finished in a smooth satin in the color of slate and aged pewter. The same finish carries through to the internal lid and the interior of the canister.

    Two lids keep the tea fresh, while the two sizes accommodate different...


  • Celadon 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,...


  • Diagonal side view: Basic Long Service Tray
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    Our basic tea service tray is perfectly versatile. Try lining with a tea towel and brewing a couple of rounds of gong fu cha, or simply using the tray to organize and keep your tea ware in one place.

    Crafted of honey-hued bamboo. A raised...


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