A Brief Introduction to Four Famous Types of Potteries in China

The invention and development of Chinese potteries are an important part of the history of Chinese civilization. Famed for the exquisite and intricacy, and named after the cities they are mainly sourced from, the Chinese four famous types of potteries are Yixing Zisha pottery in Jiangsu, Jianshui Wucai pottery in Yunnan, Qinzhou Nixing pottery in Guangxi and Rongchang pottery in Chongqing.

How to raise Jian Zhan

Jian Zhan or Jian Ware, is a type of Chinese black porcelain originally made in Jianyang, Fujian province. This article will help you know more information about how to raise Jian Zhan.

Secrets of Jian Zhan Tea Cup

Jian Zhan, as a representative of black porcelain, is one of the eight famous porcelains of the Song Dynasty in China. It was also already a royal tea set during the Song Dynasty. Nowadays, more and more people start to learn and like Jian Zhan, this is not only because of its unique shape and profound cultural heritage, but also because it has some magical effects. Let’s learn about them together through this article.

How to Brew with a Gaiwan

A small Gaiwan embodies a small world, which contains the truth told by ancient philosophers “Sky covers it, earth carries it, and man nurtures it”.

Walk into Aroma Cup

When chatting with tea, the Scented Cups are often ignored. People just enjoy tea soup, without any attention to the tea fragrance.

Classification and Use of Tea Trays

Tea tray plays a role of yes man in all tea sets with cultivation and generous-heart, who is willing to be a supporting player, but it’s indispensable. Tea tray works as a stage for teapot, cups and pitcher coming on board to present a dramatic play with tea perfume overflowing. As long as the tea tray placed, you may feel you are in a vast world, away from all busy and noisy trifles. Here are a few common tea trays with different materials.

Beware of teapot crack in winter

We recommend you using some warm water to rinse the Zisha teapot before using it. Thus it can not only warm up, but also clean the teapot.

The implied meaning of tea pet

A tea pet, also known as a tea lover’s pet, is a small clay figure which is kept by some tea drinkers for good luck. There are many types of tea pets in the market. Most of them are made with different implied meanings. This article is going to show you some of them.