1001 Teapots -Teapot #210
- About Jingdezhen Rough Clay
- Additional information
Made by a small studio in Jingdezhen, this teapot is fired at a high temperature. The inside is unglazed, while the outside features a unique glaze.
This teapot features a 21 hole ball filter, holds approximately 165ml of liquid and pours empty in approximately 10 seconds.
Please note that as this teapot is made from rough clay, the lid may or may not seal perfectly, especially compared to tighter fitting purple clay pots. If you find the seal to leak, we advise using a smooth, steady pour to avoid drips without sacrificing pouring speed.
We are frequently asked about what type of tea to use these types of pots for, and our answer is always the same: it’s up to you. These pots are made from a high-fired rough clay, so they’re likely not quite as porous as purple clays. While it’s not a bad idea to dedicate them to one type of tea, it’s not the end of the world if you use it for a few different things. The best approach is to try it with various teas and see what suits it best.
|Dimensions||10 × 7 × 9 cm|