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Chinese Porcelain Gongfu Tea Set with Hand-painted Pattern

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Chinese Porcelain Gongfu Tea Set with Hand-painted Pattern
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Summary
Origin:

Dehua, Quanzhou City, Fujian Province, China

Material:

Porcelain

Craft:

Handmade & hand-painted lotus pattern

Weight:

≈2160g (includes the gift box)

Includes:

1 Gaiwan + 1 Tea pitcher + 1 Tea strainer + 6 Tea cups, Gift box.

Dimension:

Colored glaze hand-painted lotus pattern

Gaiwan: 3.5” W x 3.1” H (9cm x 8 cm), 130 ml (4.4 oz)

Tea Pitcher: 3.1” W x 3.5” H (8cm x 9 cm), 200 ml (6.8 oz)

Tea Cup: 2.4” W x 1.9” H (6cm x 4.8 cm), 50 ml (1.69 oz)

Tea Strainer: 3.5” W x 2.4” H

 

Blue and white hand-painted lotus pattern

Gaiwan: 3.9” W x 3.1” H (10cm x 8 cm), 130 ml (4.4 oz)

Tea Pitcher: 3.1” W x 3.5” H (8cm x 9 cm), 200 ml (6.8 oz)

Tea Cup: 2.4” W x 1.9” H (6cm x 4.8 cm), 50 ml (1.69 oz)

Tea Strainer: 3.5” W x 2.4” H (9cm x 6 cm)

 

Bright red hand-painted Chinese knot pattern

Gaiwan: 3.7” W x 3.9” H (9.5cm x 10 cm), 130 ml (4.4 oz)

Tea Pitcher: 3.1” W x 3.5” H (8cm x 9 cm), 210 ml (7.2 oz)

Tea Cup: 2.2” W x 2.0” H (5.7cm x 5cm), 40 ml (1.4 oz)

Tea Strainer: 3.5” W x 2.4” H (9cm x 6.2cm)

 

Gift Box

15.7” L x 11.8” W x 4.7” H (40cm x 30cm x 12cm)

Angel's Comment:

Its superior quality and elegant appearance making it perfect for Gongfu brewing, and great for everyday use or gift too!

This Chinese porcelain gongfu tea set is available in three different beautiful patterns. One is decorated with a colored glaze and a hand-painted lotus pattern; another is a blue-and-white lotus pattern; and then the third is a bright red hand-painted Chinese knot pattern. The set utilizes superior-quality pottery clay for its material, chosen for its fine texture and smooth characteristics; the craftsmanship is of an elegant design with a bright, beautiful appearance, and each piece of the set is suitably thick-walled. The pottery surface is smooth and precise, comfortable to hold as well as being able to retain the fragrance and flavor of the tea.

 

Lotus pattern: The lotus has always played a significant role in traditional Chinese culture as a symbol of purity, faithfulness, happiness, luck, friendship, and love, among others.

 

Chinese Knot pattern: This pattern can be seen in a variety of colors, though red is the most popular as it represents good luck and fortune in China. The Chinese knot itself expresses goodwill and wishes, and luck in things like friendship, love, happiness, prosperity, and others.

Material

Celadon Porcelain (青瓷)

This tea set is made of celadon porcelain, one of the types of traditional Chinese Han dynasty porcelain. The characteristic color comes from the glaze containing small amounts of iron oxide being fired at high temperatures in a reducing kilm. Celadon porcelain is known worldwide for its fine quality, smooth lines, simple yet elegant shape, and of course for its pure, gorgeous color.

This set from TeaVivre is not only dedicated to the continuation of traditional crafts, but also brings that tradition into a modern aesthetic concept, uniting the two for a beautiful, exquisite result. 

White Porcelain (白瓷)

The material of making hand-painted Chinese knot pattern is white porcelain, as a traditional porcelain in China, among celadon porcelain (青瓷), blue and white porcelain (青花瓷), painted porcelain (彩瓷), the white porcelain (白瓷) is made of porcelain which has low content of iron, and then covered with clean and transparent glaze. Unlike painted porcelain, white porcelain doesn’t have so much fabulous patterns or colorful appearance, but it is the pure and bright color makes white porcelain possess the charm of naturalness and elegance.

Origin

Located in Fujian province, Dehua County enjoys great reputation for ceramic and porcelain production. White porcelain made from Dehua has bright and pure white color with great light transmission. The ivory white and Chinese white have been well known both in home and abroad since Ming and Qing dynasty. He Zongchao, Lin Chaojing and Zhang Shoushan, etc were the most famous ceramic artists in Ming dynasty.

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