Yixing Teapots, also known as Purple Sand, are made from Yixing Clay, which is found near Yixing in the eastern Chinese province of Jiangsu. They are mainly meant for use with black and oolong teas, as well as aged Pu'er teas. They can also be used for green or white tea, but it is recommended to allow the water to cool down to 85°C first before pouring it into the teapot.
Bamboo is one of the most widely-used motifs in Chinese and East Asian Art. This beautifully designed Bamboo Chinese Teapot is ideal for bringing that Oriental feel to your home and tea-drinking experience.
This teapot has a gourd-like or pear-like shape that is labelled as Siting (思亭 in Chinese). It is often classified as "semi-handmade" as the sculptor uses a molding tool to shape the body of the teapot, and uses his hands for the remaining parts of the teapot, including the handle, spout, holes and surface.
Collect one of the world's most famous masterpieces on fine bone china. Enjoy steeping and sipping from this artful tea-for-one and be entranced by the movement and dark beauty of Van Gogh's The Starry Night.
This Kyusu Teapot comes with a wooden side handle that is commonly used to prepare loose leaf green tea in Japanese tea ceremonies. They typically have a long side handle instead of the common teapot handle, supporting the secure and safe grip of the teapot, without having to touch the hot surface of the teapot itself.
Want to brew the perfect cup of tea, without all the tea leaf particles floating around in your drink? This Heat-Resistant Glass Teapot comes with an in-built infuser, allowing you to brew tea according to your tastes and preferences by being able to monitor the color of the tea from the outside.
This classic Shih Tzu teapot is a must-have for every Tea Lover! It is lovely and compact, with a capacity of 100 ml, enough to serve 2-4 persons. This tea pot is made via traditional craftsmanship, with materials originating from Purple Clay Mines.
The Chinese characters on the pot read "浴德". 浴 refers to bathing, while 德 refers to morality. Together, they refer to the act of self-cultivation.
This pot has a unique style that is larger than life, integrating both animals and plants into its unique design. The pot brings forth a feeling of relaxation and leisure, while the carving decoration brings about peace and harmony, which can be seen by the squirrel happily enjoy its snack on the grape vine. The entire pot has a round shape and the pot lid is designed to resemble a twisted vine.