Gaiwan is a tea brewing vessel traditionally found in China, which is made up of three parts: a lid, bowl, and saucer. In Chinese, the Gaiwan means "lid and bowl" and is most often made from porcelain. It flourished during the Ming dynasty when loose leaf tea became popular. Gaiwan is widely used among tea enthusiasts for appreciating the aromas of fragrant teas.
Featuring the pattern of a Chrysanthemum, this piece is made with fine Mihe clay and rare glazes to give a sense of exquisite beauty.
- Natural Clay
Pairs well with
- Green Tea
- White tea
- Oolong tea
- Pu-erh tea
- Black tea
- Gaiwan: Volume 100ml, Diam 8.5cm, Height 7.5cm
- Dishwasher Safe. Scrub gently by hand with mild unscented dish soap or baking soda to clean. Do not microwave.
- 1 x Gaiwan