This Handmade Han Bian Teapot features with its light flat yet well-rounded body. The mouth of this teapot is bigger than common teapot’s, which makes it more convenient to put tea leaves in. Besides, the lid fits perfectly with the body, which brings this teapot good sealing. The straight spout allows the tea liquid to run smoothly and quickly; the simply designed handle is very handy and user-friendly. Additionally, the firm and smooth lines of the teapot shows the charm of simplicity.
The 180 ml capacity of this teapot is very suitable for 1 to 2 people. And the neutral design makes this teapot attractive for most people.
Made of Zhuni, this Handmade Han Bian Yixing Zisha Teapot appears in red color with a light orange hue and looks fine and smooth. The teapot is simple and unadorned yet elegant and quaint. The teapot presents distinctive double pore surface covered with tiny corrugations on it, which makes the teapot able to breathe and reserves fragrance of tea. Note: Warm the teapot before pouring boiling water promptly into it, for Zhuni has high constriction percentage, cannot resist instant temperature change.
The Maker - Sun Wen
The maker of this teapot is Sun Wen who is a young female potter. She was born in Dingshu Village, Yixing, Jiangsu which is famous for pottery. Influenced by her parents, who were both potters, Sun was interested in Yixing purple clay form her childhood. She likes innovation and always studies hard to constantly improve her own craftsmanship. With time goes by, Sun has developed a distinctive style, the teapots made by her always look quaint, elegant and tasteful.
Origin place – Yixing
Yixing County, the Pottery Capital of China, has a very long history of pottery making for around 6500 years. Yixing boasts abundant resources of argil, tea, bamboo and charcoal, all of which build the important material resource basis for making pottery. Yixing Zisha products have been awarded many prizes both in home and abroad, some excellent works have been presented as national gifts in international communications.