Gentle, tapering creates the graceful shape of this pair of celadon cups from Taiwanese ceramicist Xu De Jia. Crafted from light clay, then glazed in pale blue celadon. The base of each cup is left unglazed.
Hand carved from rare sandalwood. The grain of the wood has a sage green to yellow tint, some marbled with blond hued streaks and darker "feathering". Each scoop is unique, not only in the grain of the wood but also the intricately hand carved handle.
Hand-crafted light stoneware server coated with Xu De Xia's signature celadon glaze. The wide lip has two string wrapped handles that nestle into the hand while pouring, while tea gracefully flows off the expertly shaped lip. This server also features a lid, making it multifunctional... →
Duanni (yellow) clay in a traditional 'stone ladle' shape, with delicate, subtle etching. 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.