A striking gaiwan from Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia, with a decidedly modern aesthetic. The bottom dish has an inset seat for the foot of the bowl to ensure a stable base. Hand-crafted in white stoneware, then glazed in luscious pale blue celadon.
Handcrafted from light clay and glazed with a sapphire blue celadon, these tea bowls were commissioned in 2015 from Taiwanese ceramcist Xu De Jia. The smaller size and fluted texture of this bowl makes it easy to hold. The shape of the bowl is similar... →
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.
This simple tea tray is the piece that first piqued our interest in celadon ware by Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia. Modern and beautiful in its simplicity. Thick glazed in lustrous celadon, and available in either creamy sapphire blue celadon or antique linen.