Zi Ni Purple Clay "Hometown" Shi Piao Yixing Teapot * 140ml

$89.00 USD

Brand: Wang Ting

Original Old Purple Clay of Yixing is clay used for this lovely artisan crafted teapot.  Shi Piao (aka water ladle) style teapots are fast pouring and low profile making them an elegant addition to your teapot collection.

Mining area: western Fudong township of Yixing city
Kiln temperature: approx. 1060 C.
Contraction: approx. 50%.

Appropriate for brewing: fresh Oolong teas (light roasted types) are extremely well-suited, Tie Guan Yin, as well as medium roasted or highly roasted types like Rock Oolongs and Dan Cong. This clay is also suitable various kinds of Pu-erh (ripe and raw).

[Product Name]  Shi Piao teapot

[Capacity]  140ml

[Description]  

Handmade and kiln roasted at the perfect temperature. It has a fine gloss and a delightful delicate red color. Breathes well and is easy to cultivate through brewing tea. It will only increase in beauty as it ages. This teapot has a dignified and traditional shape.  Its handle and spout are well-proportioned. This is a product of exquisite craft – simple and refined. It has a tight-fitting lid and a smooth flow of liquid. Practical and useful, this is a product of the highest value.

 

[Artist's Name and Background]  

Wang Ting is a graduate of the Yixing Academy of Clay Arts.  She was born and raised in Beijing but moved to Yixing to study there at the age of 18.  She has studied under Wang Jian Ying and Zhang Xue Lan for more 15 years and has gained the experience needed to make high quality pots in the classic styles.  Her style could be summarized by the statement "Elegance in Simplicity".

Every pot is hand-made and the artisan will sometimes change the stamps they use. There may also be some slight differences in the color, handle shape, and volume. It's not possible for us to re-take the pictures for each new batch of teapots that we receive from this artisan. Some differences in the color and shininess of the actual teapot you receive as compared to the one in the photographs may also be due to light conditions when the photographs are taken. Thanks for your understanding!

Color and texture of gift box may vary from that pictured.