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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.

  • Reserve Yixing, Style 811
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    An exquisitely crafted xubian-style teapot, rendered in revered zhuni (vermillion clay).

    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 cost upwards of tens of thousands of dollars, we focus on...


  • Reserve Yixing, Style 810
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    An exquisitely crafted shipiao ("stone ladle") teapot, rendered in revered zhuni (vermillion clay).

    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 cost upwards of tens of thousands of dollars, we...


  • Master Yixing, Style 553
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    A classic fanggu ("ancient-style") teapot, rendered in revered zhuni (vermillion clay).

    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 cost upwards of tens of thousands of dollars, we...


  • Master Yixing, Style 552
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    A spacious teapot, rendered in revered zhuni (vermillion clay).

    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 cost upwards of tens of thousands of dollars, we focus on more...


  • 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 /...


  • 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...


  • Artisan Yixing, Style 635
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    A practical teapot, rendered in revered zhuni (vermillion clay).

    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 cost upwards of tens of thousands of dollars, we focus on more...


  • Artisan Yixing, Style 634
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    A uniquely designed teapot, rendered in revered zhuni (vermillion clay).

    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 cost upwards of tens of thousands of dollars, we focus on more...


  • Master Yixing, Style 533
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    A large, flat pot in dark red clay, perfect for serving a group or pouring a big mug. The broad shape of this teapot would make it ideal for pressed tea leaves like pu-erhs, or for long, twisted oolongs or black teas. Bamboo details add...


  • Master Yixing, Style 531
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    A broad-bodied pot with a wide lid that makes it easy to load and clean. The sturdy form of this pot is accented by bamboo details on the body, lid, spout and handle. Perfect for a variety of teas, but we this this pot would work...


  • Master Yixing, Style 530
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    A unique double-barreled gourd shape in burnished red clay. The tall body of this pot combined with the rounded gourd form makes it a versatile pot that will allow any tea room to expand, but the high density clay will particularly suit aromatic oolongs.

    Each summer...


  • Apprentice Yixing, Style 723
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    A classic shipiao ("stone ladle") teapot, rendered in traditional zini (purple clay) for a timeless aesthetic.

    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 cost upwards of tens of thousands of dollars,...


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