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Coarse Pottery Gaiwan
Dehua (德化), Quanzhou, Fujian
4.7" W x 3.6" H (12cm x 9.2cm)
The kiln of fambe is unpredictable, every time it will generate unexpected glaze color and texture,
so every Gaiwan is unique
It’s a relatively small Gaiwan, which is very comfortable to use and will not scald hand.
This coarse pottery Gaiwan is made of high-quality clay and fired with high temperature. The glaze is of retro style, and the furnace transmutation generates the irregular lines, which are very distinctive. Furthermore, it has a moderate capacity, holding roughly 100ml of water while in use, and is readily handled by both men and women. The curvature of the Gaiwan is large, making it easy to pour liquid out, and can prevent scalding. This one is ideal for tea enthusiasts who are new to the Gaiwan brewing. In addition, its small tray can not only hold excess liquid, but also serve as a refreshments tray, which is very practical.
It is important to note that the interior of the lid, the bottom of the bowl, and the bottom of the tray are not glazed; otherwise, high temperature firing would cause these elements to stick in the kiln.
The occurrence of 窑变, or furnace transmutation, is a phenomenon that occurs throughout the manufacturing process of some ceramics. It results in unpredictable, uncontrolled color changes along porcelain surfaces caused by variations in temperature inside the kiln. This is part of why a uniform glaze can still result in many unpredictable and beautiful colors, manifesting the secrets of ancient oriental ceramic arts.
Located in Fujian province, Dehua County is the famous porcelain and ceramic origin and an important base for exporting porcelain in China. With over thousand-year history, Dehua porcelain is characterized by its elegant design, excellent craft, hard texture and watery white appearance.