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Water Bowls

Used in Taiwan's ganpao ("dry brewing") version of gongfu cha, water bowls (chayu in Chinese) are used in place of a tea tray to collect excess tea and rinse water.
  • Ru Kiln Incense Bowl: Series 1
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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...


  • Ru Kiln Incense Bowl: Series 2
    Quick shop

    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...


  • Ding Kiln Incense Bowl: Series 1
    Quick shop

    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...


  • Yixing Tea Tray
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    This traditional tea tray, made of unglazed Yixing clay, is designed to trap rinse water while brewing gong fu cha. Rather than holding the pot above the water level, like most modern tea trays, this large dish collects water around the teapot, helping...


  • 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...