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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.
These practical and affordable coasters from Xiangfu are perfect for framing off your tea cups while you brew, or for display. Xiangfu uses bamboo of varying sizes and stains for a very loose and natural aesthetic, a warm wood finish that really sets off white porcelain with stunning contrast. Due to natural variation, expect each coaster to be slightly different in finish.
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.
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.
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.
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.
These hand-made deep blue runners are the perfect way to elegantly set off a space for modern gongfu tea ceremony, or for traditional tea board gongfu. We love the deep blue pattern as it does not easily show spills or drips from tea. The reversible cloth is dark blue on one side and striped on the other with a hand stitched white border. When not being used for tea, this runner makes a beautiful dining table centerpiece.