Chinese Yixing Ware Teapots

Each teapot comes with an attractive gift box and an informative sheet giving teapot history, care and use, and tea brewing instructions, both for Western and Chinese tastes.

For hundreds of years, aficionados of the many varieties of tea found in China have extolled Yixing teapots as superior to all other types for brewing it. With use, Yixing teapots develop a rich patina enhancing the taste, color, and aroma of fine tea.  The flavors will continue to develop with use and the resulting steep will continue to be finer and more complex over time.  With a well-aged Yixing teapot so much flavor is released from the walls that it is said you can periodically steep a pot of tea without adding any tea.




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Auntie's Teapot

Auntie's Teapot

This classic teapot is composed of lovely green zisha ( Chai Jao clay) and is a favorite with many admirers. 5-1/2" width x 3-3/4" length...
$85.00

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Black Bamboo Pot

Black Bamboo Pot

Bamboo, symbol of utility and commonly known as "the friend of China," is the inspiration for this teapot of black zisha with beige...
$94.00

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Blue Lotus Teapot

Blue Lotus Teapot

The leaf of a lotus blossom, the flower of spiritual purity, is the inspiration for this unique teapot. Designed by Jian-Ron, whose work is...
$107.00

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Flared Pot

Flared Pot

This contemporary styled teapot features a yellow zisha base that expands into a dusty grey/black zisha top, spout, lid and handle.  5-1/4"...
$86.00

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Han Pot

Han Pot

The Han Dynasty lasted 400 years and was contemporary with the Golden Age of Rome. During this dynasty China officially became a Confucian state and...
$46.00

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Ladybug Teapot

Ladybug Teapot

This unusual purple sand and buff zisha teapot has a ladybug perched on its lid. Buff clay is applied to the surface of the pot, forming the spots....
$48.00

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Palm Leaf Teapot

Palm Leaf Teapot

Livistonia cheninsis is the commonest form of Chinese palm, the leaves of which are made into fans. The Chinese think very highly of a retired life,...
$66.00

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Peach Pit Teapot

Peach Pit Teapot

In China the peach is a symbol of immortality. It is an emblem of Chung-li Ch'uan , the Chief Immortal, who uses it to revive dead souls. The peach...
$80.00

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Red Double Happiness Teapot

Red Double Happiness Teapot

This geometrically-styled teapot is styled to look like the Shuangxi character, known as "Double Happiness," a common symbol for weddings....
$126.00

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Red Moon Pot

Red Moon Pot

The old man of the moon, also known as Chieh Lin , the God of Marriage, is said to decide the nuptial unions of mortals and record them in a book; he...
$58.00

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