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Bai Ma Zi Duan Ni Bao Zun Yixing Clay Teapot by Wang De Ming

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Original price $145.00 USD - Original price $145.00 USD
Original price
$145.00 USD
$145.00 USD - $145.00 USD
Current price $145.00 USD

Bai Ma Zi Duan Ni of the highest grade!   Bai Ma Zi Duan Ni has a clamshell texture and look.  It is richly textured and after proper care and use will take on a glossy luster!  This teapot was baked at a relatively low temperature to preserve the startling natural tones of the clay.  After using for a long time to brew oolongs, or raw pu-erhs this teapot will take on bronze-like patina.

Product Name:Bai Ma Zi Duan Ni "Bao Zun" Teapot
Clay Type:Yellow Dragon Mountain, Bai Ma Zi Duan Ni
Maker:Wang De Ming

This teapot by Wang De Ming was created by a combination of hand-work and molding.  The shape is elegant and seamless, lid fit is tight and spout intake is flat on the inside (not ball-filter). The water pours fast and even and by plugging the top the flow will stop quickly.
Biography of Wang De Ming:  Wang De Ming is an Arts and Crafts teacher and a member of the China Arts and Crafts Society.  Born in the late 60's into a family of Yixing potters where in his early years he studied the classical teapot styles and their craft. By his early 20's he invented his own styles and crafted teapots entirely unique and new.  Since that time he has been awarded several times for his creative works.

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!

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