Those gaiwans are made of blended clay and woodfired in Dehua, China. They feature the patterns running down diagonally from left to right across the body,which is formed by blending brown with white clay skillfully. Those gaiwans stand out for a vitrified surface with dark pockmarks throughout as a result of firing for 3 days and nights in the kiln.
Each gaiwans hold approximately 150 ml of liquid featuring a thick body which helps to retain the heat well . Pinched out slightly, the rim is extremely easy to pour out the tea, and thin enough to prevent the fingers from the heat as well. As the inside is not glazed, we recommend dedicating it to a kind of tea to help improve the taste of the same tea with long-term use, as most zisha teapots are treated.