Buncheong teapot 170ml
This Buncheong style teapot is made from well-vitrified stoneware clay and porcelain slip. This ceramic technique was developed in 14th century Korea. It was later adopted by Japanese artists. Its natural, unassuming and practical esthetic, makes it still beautiful today. The inside is unglazed. Because the clay is well vitrified, it can be used with any kind of tea. It would be great for roasted oolong or puerh.
wild clay teapot w/ wood handle 115ml
This teapot is made from 100% wild harvested clay. The iron-rich, coarse-textured dark brown clay is manually harvested in small batches from the pristine mountains around The Jade Leaf studio. Fired at 1250°C, the...
textured teapot w/ wood handle 110ml
This teapot is made from a wild-harvested clay blend. The iron-rich, coarse-textured dark brown clay is manually harvested in small batches from the pristine mountains around The Jade Leaf studio. Each...
wood fired teapot 550ml
This wood fired teapot was fired for 5 days in an anagama kiln. It's a very intense style of firing. The kiln has to be constantly stoked both day and...