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Coarse Pottery Tea Pitcher
Yixing, Jiangsu Province, China
3.7” W x 3.0” H (9.3cm x 7.5cm)
This coarse pottery tea pitcher is both beautiful and practical.
A pitcher is a necessary ware for brewing tea, used for holding already-brewed tea to prevent a too-long steeping. This pitcher is made of coarse pottery and lacks a handle; it sits on three feet, and its coarse glaze gives it a quaint and aged look and feel. The cup wall is thicker than a normal tea pitcher, which allows it to be held without needing a handle.
Material - Coarse Pottery
Coarse pottery crafts are defined by their natural color. Compared with other, finer porcelain crafts, which are more delicate and graceful, coarse pottery retains a long and innate sense of history to its process and appearance. Coarse pottery teaware can help hold in the original taste and fragrance of tea brewed in it, and just like Zisha crafts, the wares are capable of absorbing the tea’s liquid and maintaining the fragrance of the drink due to the material’s breathability. As time goes by, the color will darken and the collectibility value will increase, also like a Zisha pot.