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Yixing Teapots

Popular in China since the Ming Dynasty, these small, unglazed teapots are commonly used in the traditional gong fu cha method of brewing, and dedicated to one style of tea.

  • Master Yixing, Style 550
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    A classic shipiao ("stone ladle") teapot, rendered in elegant qinghuini (grey clay) for an understated and minimalist aesthetic. This teapot's versatile volume of just over 7.5 oz makes it perfect for solo sessions or small gatherings.

    Yixing is well known as a mineral-dense, high fired stoneware clay. Aware that...


  • Master Yixing, Style 551
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    This angular shipiao teapot is crafted from qinghuini ("grey clay") and features a larger volume just under 10 ounces, making it ideal for group tea brewing.

    Yixing is well known as a mineral-dense, high fired stoneware clay. Aware that pots of high percentages of "pure" zisha /...


  • Artisan Yixing, Style 630
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    An interpretation of the jinzhong ("golden bell") shape and rendered in reddish qingshui Yixing clay, this teapot is optimized for solo brewing.

    Yixing is well known as a mineral-dense, high fired stoneware clay. Aware that pots of high percentages of "pure" zisha / zhuni clay are either fake or...


  • Artisan Yixing, Style 631
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    Crafted from yellow duanni clay, this modern teapot features a practical volume and wide mouth, making it ideal for larger leaves and improving cleanup.

    Yixing is well known as a mineral-dense, high fired stoneware clay. Aware that pots of high percentages of "pure" zisha / zhuni clay are...


  • Artisan Yixing, Style 632
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    A modern interpretation of the classic xishi form, this teapot is rendered in yellow duanni clay and features a larger 8-ounce volume for versatile brewing.

    Yixing is well known as a mineral-dense, high fired stoneware clay. Aware that pots of high percentages of "pure" zisha / zhuni clay are...


  • Artisan Yixing, Style 633
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    A modern and more angular version of the classic shipiao form, this teapot is rendered in yellow duanni clay with a practical volume just over 7.5 ounces.

    Yixing is well known as a mineral-dense, high fired stoneware clay. Aware that pots of high percentages of "pure" zisha /...


  • Master Yixing, Style 521
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    Made of dark clay in a traditional 'stone ladle' shape. 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 travel to Jiangsu -...


  • Master Yixing, Style 522
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    Made from rare zisha clay in an exaggerated pear shape, this pot is highly burnished on the outside, while the interior is left with a natural texture. The porosity of this pot will round and soften the sharpness of charcoal roasted oolongs, while accentuating the tea's floral qualities.

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  • Master Yixing, Style 523
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    This pot, made of dark clay, is designed in the shape of a squash, with subtle leaf and branch details surrounding the lid and spout. With a wide body and burnished exterior, this pot is suited to a wide range of teas.

    Each summer we travel...


  • 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 -...


  • Master Yixing, Style 526
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    A small, wide teapot, crafted with precision. The wide body of this pot makes it perfect for flat pieces of compressed pu-erh cakes or long, twisted oolong leaves, but the domed shoulder ensures any tea would have room to expand.

    Each summer we travel to Jiangsu...


  • Side view: Master Yixing, Style 527
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    The decorative ridges adorning this teapot and carefully burnished surface are evidence of it's superior craftsmanship. The wide, round shape makes this pot perfect for oolongs with rolled leaves or flat pieces of pressed pu-erh cakes.

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


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