Those gaiwans are thrown and fired by the soda-firing expert ,Mupu studio (check here to learn about Mupu) in Jingdezhen.
Each rugged gaiwan is made of rough dark clay, feeling grainy in the hand. The surface of the clay moves between metallic dark brown and vitrified gray as a result of an interaction with flame, soda and ash during a few days straight of woodfiring. It is also stunning with faint cracks spread on the grey, providing an significant esthetic enhancement. If you favor something unassuming to make you feel relaxed just looking at the teaset, then it is an ideal option. For one-of-a-kind result of the wood firing , the appearance of those gaiwans vary slightly different. You will receive anyone selected optionally.
Each gaiwan hold approximately 130ml of liquid featuring 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 of zisha teapots are treated.