Ru Yao Porcelain Teapot

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Ru Yao Porcelain Teapot
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Dehua (德化), Quanzhou, Fujian Province, China




180ml (6.1oz)

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5.7” W x 2.7” H (14.7cm x 7cm)

Angel's Comment:

Getting used to the ordinary Gaiwan, it will be interesting to use this kind of teapot substituted.

Ru Yao porcelain, named after it is originated in Ruzhou, is a very precious ceramic, which ranks the first place among Chinese Five Famous Kiln -- Ru, Guan, Ge, Jun, Ding (汝、官、哥、钧、定). The two special characteristics of Ru Yao porcelain are the glaze color and Kai Pian. The glaze color of this teapot is azure, which just like the color of the sky after raining. In addition, the tiny grains (cracks or “Kai Pian” in Chinese) are not conspicuous for the new teapot. But with long time use, the tea liquid will gradually penetrate into the cracks, so that we can see these grains clearly. The deeper the grains, the more charming the teapot will be.

The body of Teavivre’s Ru Yao Porcelain Teapot follows the shape of Shi Piao Yixing Teapot. Tranquility is the first feeling the pot gave to us, like the calm after the storm. The pot shape is trapezoidal with soft and smooth curves; the bottom has three tripod-like nail feet, which gives us a sense of stability; the handle and the lid of the teapot are tightly tied together to prevent the lid from falling down. After the teapot is used for a period of time, the tea liquor will penetrate into the cracks and forms the unique tiny grains.

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