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This lustrous high-fired porcelain pitcher from De Hua is highly vitrified and non-reactive, presenting a clean focused aroma in your teas. The meticulously hand-painted landscape depicts distant mountains, trees growing from rocky outcroppings and small boats, very evocative of the Wuyishan tea growing region.
Xiangfu Workshop’s new line of Ge Song Celadon is fired using traditional techniques in Longquan, the birthplace of Celadon pottery. The light crackling grows over a lifetime of use, slowly filling in darker with tea for a beautiful effect. This pitcher was finished without a handle for a great modern gongfu style perfect for compact set ups.
Xiangfu Workshop’s new line of Ge Song Celadon is fired using traditional techniques in Longquan, the birthplace of Celadon pottery. The light crackling grows over a lifetime of use, slowly filling in darker with tea for a beautiful effect.
This extremely fine tempered glass pitcher is made by hand and gilded with gold. This pitcher was made in Japan to bring out the flavor and aroma of fine sake, but we have fallen in love with how the shape and crackling bring out the exquisite color and aroma in tea. This pitcher is gracefully curved and elegant, making tea almost sparkle as you pour.
This thin, fine and lustrous porcelain pitcher was hand painted by the Peng Yuan Qing Hua studio. The pitcher is carefully shaped and hand finished before firing. This highly vitrified porcelain is non-reactive and perfect for any tea.
This compact brewer is perfect for travel, camping, and space-conscious brewing. The nesting porcelain cups are thin and fine enough for careful sipping and tasting. The glass brewer comes with a brew insert that can be removed with the leaves when the tea is perfectly steeped. The wood handle on the brewer is a stylish touch that protects you from the heat of steeping tea.