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Yixing Teapot Dark Red Enameled Pottery

Yixing Teapot Dark Red Enameled Pottery

Yixing Teapot Dark Red Enameled Pottery

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    Material: Original purple mud Purple Clay from Huang Long Shan , Yixing
    Application: Good for brewing Puer Tea, Black Tea.
    Net weight: 400g
    Craft: Handmade
    Handicraft:  Handmand  by Senior Technicians
    Dimensions: 4.7” W x 2.8” H (13cm x 8cm)
    Capacity: 200ml  200cc
    Origin: Yixing , Jiangsu, China
    Purple clay: The purple clay (Zi Sha) has the characteristics of fast heat transmission and good heat preservation. Teapots made by this material are specifically designed to retain the aroma and flavors of the tea. It is better to use a certain Zi Sha Teapot only for one kind of tea.
    This clay is porous when fired and is ideal for the making of teapots. Over time, the clay absorbs the flavors from the tea and releases them later. The teapots have become popular in China since the North Song Dynasty and were traded to many countries.
    Xi Shi Yixing Zi Sha Teapot with element shape, natural beauty as Xi Shi the name of one of the four great beauties of ancient China) is a classic style which is the first choice for Zi Sha Teapot lovers.
    Elegant and fluent line, the proportion coordination, all show the beauty of the full state. 
    The body of teapot like the pure full round face of a beautiful girl.
    Yixing ware teapots have an interesting history that dates back to the Sung Dynasty (960 - 1279) when purple clay was first mined around Lake Taihu in China. Their unpretentious earthy tones and subtle beauty flourished and matured in the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1573 - 1911). Along with the earliest tea shipments to Europe came distinctive red earthenware teapots, initiating a tea drinking tradition that continues today.
    A traditional favorite of local scholars and artists, the pots are made from the signature clay of Yixing, an area situated 120 miles northwest of Shanghai in Jiangsu province. In the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries, scholars variously praised, made, inscribed and collected this renowned classic Chinese art form.
    Now as then, each piece is shaped by hand on a potter's wheel and left unglazed, both because it makes better tea and because doing so allows the color of the clay to shine through. 

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    Worldwide shiping cost at 6 USD per order. Free shipping on orders over 39 USD.
    Weight Conversion:
                 50g=1.76oz=0.11 lb
               100g=3.53oz=0.22 lb
               150g=5.29oz=0.33 lb
               200g=7.05oz=0.44 lb
              500g=17.64oz=1.10 lb
    1kg=1000g=1000g=2.20 lb
    Fahrenheit and Celsius Conversion Formulas:
    °F = °C x 9/5 + 32
    °C = (°F - 32)  x  5/9
    100°C = 212°F

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