Our all-in-one tea ware has been so popular that we are commissioning a few workshops for new designs. The first three designs come from a small studio in Chaozhou.
This Half-Celadon glazed stoneware continues the established form with a simpler, naive-style design of the side studs, in tune with the overall look of the vessel. Despite its raw look, the clay is fine and smooth to the touch. Cup loosely fits on pot as lid. A great casual gear for the lone-drinker.
A very small experimental batch that we are giving out for free. For details please see this link: February Blessing
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The cup is slightly smaller than the inside rim of the pot. To rest it stably on top, tilt it very slightly towards the end side of the pot. According to the designer, the idea is to let the cup drain tidily towards the end of the circumference trough, itself also slant at a tiny degree towards the same end.
This is a semi-handmade item. Slight variations in color, pattern, shape and details from the particular one used in these pictures should be expected. Slight irregularities in shape, size, finishing smoothness and detail styling is not uncommon.
Artist: Pan Zhi Ying of Studio Qicai Tang (Seven Color Hall) Pot name/style: Shuiping (Water Level) 2010, in the style of the era of Cultural Revolution Material: Matured Qingshui-ni Capacity: 140 ml 潘志英（七彩堂）2010 原礦老坑清水泥
Artist: Li Qiang, National Associate Master Industrial Artist Pot name: Zhizhu (Wisdom — Prajñā) 2012 Pot style: Sangbian Material: Zisha (with duan-ni granules) Capacity: 255 ml 李強（國家助理工藝美術師）2012 紫砂（渾段泥粒）