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  • Embroidered Tea Cloth

    These linen tea cloths are perfect for dabbing small spills, and folded in thirds is a formal tea ceremony towel to hold your tea tools. After brewing, the small tea towels can be used to wipe down your tea board or gently buff your yixing tea pots.

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    $9.00
  • Pu’er Tray

    This tray is specially designed to hold pu’er cakes while you unwrap them and break them apart. The cut corner gives freed leaves room to pour into your teapot or gaiwan. The light wood veneer is easy to keep clean and provides a great contrast for showing off the color of your tea.

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    $7.50
  • Xiangfu White Gilded Vase

    Part of the formal tea ceremony is invoking nature. Both Chinese and Japanese tea ceremony call for flowers. The natural element is a reminder that tea comes from the outdoors. It reinforces our connection to nature and helps transport us to the mountain peaks where the tea is grown with every sip we take. This gilded Longquan porcelain vase is an elegant piece for both tea ceremony and on its own.

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    $28.00
  • Xiangfu Water Bowl

    This lustrous white bowl is perfect for holding first rinses and excess tea in modern gongfu tea ceremony. Adding a bowl to your tea set eliminates the need for a large draining tea board. This modern, purposeful and elegant way to drink tea can be reconfigured in any space for any size gathering. This bowl comes with a bamboo funnel that gives it a clean, elegant look and keeps the bowl from becoming overfull. The funnel can double as a tool to help pour fluffy tea leaves into teapots in a pinch. The Longquan porcelain finish is easy to keep bright and clean.

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    $34.00
  • Small White Water Bowl

    This elegant creamy white bowl is beautiful on its own, for holding cups, or - as we like to use it - as a water bowl to hold extra tea, first rinses etc in modern gongfu ceremony. Adding a pot like this to your tea set eliminates the need for a large draining tea board. This modern, purposeful and elegant way to drink tea can be reconfigured in any space for any size gathering. Over time, the glazing in this heavy bowl will crackle (or craze), making it more beautiful with every month of use.

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    $45.00
  • Yixing Tea Pot Cloth

    This two sided tea cloth is made for caring for your yixing pottery. The suede side can be used to buff a pot after it has been rinsed with hot water, while the cloth side can be used to catch drops and dab build-up during brewing for even seasoning.

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    $4.00
  • Verdant Green Runner

    This exceptionally long runner in natural fiber can be used on a grand dining table, or folded in halves or thirds for use at a tea or coffee table. The green is a beautiful way to set off tea wares, especially darker wood pieces and yixing pottery.

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    $42.00
  • Reversible Bamboo Runner

    This runner combines beautiful blue and white print fabric with natural bamboo. The reverse side is all blue and white print fabric, making this a versatile design choice to pair with different tea wares. The runner rolls up easily for travel or storage.

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    $28.00
  • Bamboo Runner

    Bamboo runners are one of the most traditional ways to set off a space for gongfu tea. The natural wood evokes the great outdoors, and rolls up easily for travel or storage. The bamboo runner looks great with a tea boat and coasters for modern gongfu ceremony.

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    $24.00
  • Large Woven Rattan Coaster

    Coasters are an indispensable part of modern gongfu ceremony. Larger sizes like these can be placed on tea boats to protect yixing from scratching, or paired with a tea boat to hold a pitcher, a strainer, and large tea cups and catch drips. These coasters are hand woven in Yunnan from bamboo and become darker over time as they absorb tea spills.

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    $9.00
  • Bamboo Rattan Coaster

    Coasters are an indispensable part of modern gongfu ceremony. They can be placed on tea boats to protect yixing from scratching, or they can be paired with a tea boat to hold a pitcher, a strainer, and tea cups. These coasters are hand woven in Yunnan from bamboo and become darker over time as they absorb tea spills.

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    $4.00
  • Woven Bamboo Rattan Coaster

    Woven Bamboo Rattan // Great for catching spills, setting under tea cups for guests, or placing beneath yixing tea pots to protect against scratches on tea tables.

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    $4.50
  • Landscape Strainer

    This thin, fine and lustrous porcelain strainer was hand painted by the Peng Yuan Qing Hua studio. Each piece is carefully shaped and hand finished before firing.

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    $9.75
  • Gilded White Strainer

    This thin lustrous elegant strainer from De Hua combines warm gold and a subtle blue-green hue porcelain for a beautiful contrast. The fine mesh strainer can filter very small tea leaves without getting clogged.

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    $9.75
  • Mottled Bamboo Pu’er Pick

    These lovely pu'er picks are made from beautiful mottled bamboo. Mottled or striped bamboo is often used for making calligraphy brush handles, and has long been associated with the scholarly arts. The sturdy needles are great for carefully breaking up cakes and bricks of pu'er, and then fit safely and snugly into their fitted tops for storage and transportation.

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    $19.00