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Yixing

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 524
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    volume 8 oz/235 ml • height 3.5" • diameter 3.25"  • length 5" A taller style pot with four softly rounded 'pumpkin' segments. The sandy texture of this unique clay adds visual dimension to the surface of this pot, and the thick walls hold plenty of heat...

  • 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.

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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.

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  • Master Yixing, Style 543
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    This zhuni (reddish brown) pot is designed in the shape of a pumpkin, with ornate leaf carvings adorning the spout, lid, and handle. With a large round body and thick walls, this pot is suited to a wide range of teas.

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  • Master Yixing, Style 549
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    Dark brown zisha clay crafted in a hexagonal shape that is carried through in the detail of the spout. Thick walls and an elevated base make this pot well suited for retaining heat when brewing darker teas like pu-erh.

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