A blooming teapot perfectly designed for Chinese blooming teas. Its tailor made height and width allows your blooming teas to beautifully unfurl. Made from exceptionally high quality borosilicate glass for perfect appreciation of your blooms.
The lid falling off the teapot is a problem that's nearly as old as tea itself, making tea-pouring a two-handed operation. Our glass teapot with lid protection is specially designed with a smart handle that keeps the lid securely on the teapot when you pour
A clear glass tea infuser named after one China's famous poet from the Tang dynasty 'Li Bai'.
A premium Yixing teapot made from authentic Da Hong Pao clay. Fully handcrafted by a certified Yixing artist: Li Xiao Ying.
An Yixing teapot shaped by female artist Li Xiao Ying. Made from highly breathable and porous Di Cao Qing clay.
A superb teapot entirely handmade by Yixing artist Wu Rong Hua. A rare type of dark green clay (mo lu ni), which has been stored for over 30 years, is used for this teapot.
Merging tradition and nature. That’s what inspired Certified Yixing artist Li to combined the traditional style of a high handle teapot (ti liang hu) with an oriental bamboo theme. 100% handmade from pure Duanni clay.
A fully handmade Yixing teapot with an artistic shape known as ‘Gong Chun’. This unusual and nature inspired teapot is made from Duanni clay.
A Jian tea cup, which due to its relatively large size is also often referred to as a Jian Zhan tea bowl.
Isn’t this just simply beautiful? Feel the tranquilness expressed by this glass tea maker (or 'easy gaiwan'). It fully owns its Instagram-proof looks to its beautiful obscured glass and the artistic shape further accentuated by gold style finishing.
An Yixing teapot in the shape of a pumpkin made by Yixing artist: Li Xiao Lu. An incredible high difficulty Yixing teapot consisting of two types of clay (zi ni & zhu ni). A certificate of the artist is included.
A semi-handmade Yixing purple clay teapot by the famous artist Fan Xijun. Excellent zisha teapot to get the best flavor out of your tea leaves. With 2 free tea cups and packed inside a gift box.