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Ge Yao Porcelain Travel Tea Set
Dehua County, Quanzhou City, Fujian Province, China
1 teapot + 4 tea cups + 1 bamboo tea tray + 1 tea set bag
Teapot – 180ml (6.1oz)
Tea cup – 50ml (1.7oz)
Teapot – 6.7" W x 3.1" H (17cm x 7.8cm)
Tea cup – 2.8" W x 1.2" H (7cm x 3cm)
Tea tray – 7.9" W x 1.0" H (20cm x 2.5cm)
Tea set bag – 8.9" W x 4.9" H (22.5cm x 12.5cm)
Ge Yao Porcelain Travel Tea Set has fashion appearance and complete accessories, which is convenient for carrying while going out.
Teavivre Chinese Ge Yao Porcelain Travel Tea Set includes 1 teapot, 4 tea cups, 1 bamboo tea tray and 1 leather tea set bag. There are thick foams filling in the bag, which can avoid collision and damage during transport or carry process. The tea tray has two parts; the surface is made by bamboo, while the bottom tray is made of melamine resin. This material is non-toxic, odorless, and sturdy with good corrosion, high temperature (+120℃) resistance.
While the Ge Yao teaware in this tea set are produced in Dehua, plum green in color, with shiny and smooth appearance and clear Kai Pian (tiny cracks) on the surface. Being different from other traditional teapot, the design of the handle on the teapot side gives it a sense of ancient rhyme, which enables us to experience the conception of ancient time while brewing tea. The cups are round and cute, with an inconspicuous groove on the middle of their bodies, which can fit our hand better and are not easy to slip down. With long time use, the tea liquid will gradually penetrate into the cracks, and forms different lines on the Ge Yao teaware. It's a normal phenomenon.
Ge Yao porcelain is one of Chinese Five Famous Kilns – Guan, Ge, Ru, Ding, Jun(官、哥、汝、定、钧), its original kiln factory has not yet been found till now. Porcelains produced here have dark-brown color body and powder blue or beiges color glaze. Moreover, the glaze also has small cracks (also called “Kai Pian”) and the feature of “Zi Kou Tie Zu”. (紫口铁足, the up brim of the porcelain is gray-purple in color and the bottom of the porcelain is iron-brown in color). And this kind of porcelains are called “The Legend Ge Yao”(传世哥窑). Descendants followed these characteristics to produce similar porcelain and called it “Ge Yao”.