Handmade Shuang Quan Yixing Zisha Teapot

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Handmade Shuang Quan Yixing Zisha Teapot

Jiang po Ni


Yixing (宜兴), Jiangsu Province, China


Nie Tao


100% Hand-made, so the body of the teapot may have handmade traces (Note: teapots of 100% hand-made can’t be exactly the same as shown on the picture. So it is normal that in a few cases the teapot may be very slightly different from that on the picture, however, the quality is always the same.)


130ml (For handmade teapots, it is normal for the capacity error to be within 20%)


4.1” W x 2.9” H (10.5cm x 7.5cm)


Great for brewing Oolong Tea, Pu-erh Tea, Black Tea

Angel's Comment:

Exquisite workmanship, authentic clay and smooth pouring make this a great teapot for presents and personal use.

Shuang Quan (double rings) teapot is named because it has two “rings” on the teapot’s lid. As one of the traditional shapes of Zisha teapots, the earliest Shuang Quan teapots can be traced back to the late Ming to early Qing dynasties. This teapot is made of Jiangpo Ni, the whole teapot is petite and elegant with lettering on the teapot body, which is full of Zen. The two moveable rings on the lid are the most intriguing element, as they are incredibly delicate and represent the teapot maker's production talents. It has a capacity of 130ml, which is plenty for 1-2 people to use. The color of Jiangpo Ni is relatively light, so it is more suitable for brewing green oolong or raw pu’erh tea.


Material – Jiangpo Ni

This clay was originally found in the early 90s when the Yixing government opened the so-called “pottery capital road” running from Dingshan to Yixing, passing through the junction slope of Huanglong and Qinglong Mountains. To smooth the slope, the workers began cutting and digging it away, which resulted in the discovery of the raw Zisha ore. It is also called Gangpo Ni by some local people. It was discovered by accident, and as such, its stock is scarce. It is light-brown in color which turns a lovely red speckled with yellow once fired, a fresh tone with a granular texture that becomes a bit oily and waxy afterwards, all in all an excellent variety of Zisha clay.


Yixing County is known as the Pottery Capital of China for its extensive 6500-year history of the craft. The area boasts abundant resources of argil, tea, bamboo, and charcoal, each of which contributes an important base material for the making of pottery. Yixing Zisha products have earned countless prizes both at home in China as well as abroad, with a few exceptional works presented as national gifts during international diplomacy.

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