These teapots are made by a young potter, FAFA from Jingdezhen, an influential pottery centre in the world. Being formed by clay-pinching instead of throwing, his crafts are distinguished by the obvious handmade marks, giving an organic and imperfect appearance. The two teapots are irregularly shaped through pinching by handwhich takes much more time than usually throwing from wet clay until dried. They both feature extremely thin texture and light weight, being aesthetically beautiful in form and practical in covering or uncovering. As not being formed by thrown, both teapots are asymmetry, rustic but apparently conveying a spirit of craftsmanship. Teapot A (beige) is coloured by silver-like glaze, bright but soft. Teapot B (black)is covered by matte black glaze, unassuming but elegant. Both teapots can hold roughly 200ml of liquid. Both teapots are applied with a matte black glaze on the inside. Metal Multi-holes filter strains the tea in the spout which ensures a smooth pour without any drips. As the body and lid of the pot are made in the means of pinching, the lid is not as fitting as the zisha teapot, but it won't affect on use of normal tea brew.