Min Ya Ping: Black Steel

Min Ya Ping: Black Steel

USD 108.00USD 108.00


Artist: Min Ya Ping
Pot style: Fang Gu ( In the Form of Ancient Drum )
Material: Hei Jin Gang ( Black Steel ) Yixing Clay
Capacity: 310 ml
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底款:閔雅萍製 /原礦黑金剛


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Min Ya Ping: Black Steel

A fine example of how Yixing sand is used in clay to modify porosity in the finished product. Increased porosity helps to lessen heat loss and smooth out taste in the infusion.

When we select a teapot, its utilitarian value is top priority. Ergonomics, material integrity, form functions and pouring manners are critical for the making of a useable infusion vessel. Lesser name artists such as Min Ya Ping can satisfy that requirement and deliver excellently crafted elegant traditional forms that befit any respectable infusion table.

This Black Steel renders an ideal surface area to volume ratio and well-manner for speed for medium-short to full duration infusion. The two specimens are slightly different: one with a shorter leg but a marginally more dome shape lid; the other with a taller leg and not so protuberant dome lid.

Packing: Tea towel pull bag in collector’s case

Collector box for Yea Hong's Yixing Teapots

All Yixing teapots at Tea Hong are delivered with a pull-string towel sack in a collector box with cushions inside.


Unless otherwise stated, all Yixing teapots are new from the kiln. Please properly clean and prepare them before making tea in them. There is a proper procedure to do that. It is described at:
Yixing Teapots, An Introduction | Tea Guardian

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Weight 800 g
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