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This teapot is covered with a thin layer of multicolored glaze. The pattern of the glaze resembles kilned oxidized metal. The interior part is covered with transparent glaze. This teapot is best suited for brewing green oolongs, white and green sorts of tea. Features round shape, oblong curved sprout and a big convenient roundish handle. The opening in the sprout is wide which allows to pour tea out quickly without over brewing.

Use, cleaning and storage tips

  • Unless you start to see mold, it is best not to wash the tea pot regularly but to simply rinse it after use.
  • Clay is porous and fragrant elements of a tea stay inside the pores and come out for the next brewings. That's why you should reserve your teapot for one family of tea only. The exceptions to this rule are the pots that are glazed inside.
  • Clay teapots are traditionally used only for oolong and pu-erh teas, and some Chinese black ones.
  • Clayware is famous for its heat retention properties and we recommend using a timer for the first pot or two, then adjusting brewing times according to your taste.

"Pacific tea" is based in Hong Kong and strictly follows old traditions of tea culture. Our company has been wholesaling tea and teaware for about 130 years all over the world. Among our customers there are Chinese communities and restaurants, tea clubs and embassies. We are proud of the tea tradition in China, and eager to show people the difference between ordinary tea drinking and savoring each drop of the lovely tea in the best Asian style.


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Ceramic artist Sarah Jaeger glazes a teapot

Ceramic artist Sarah Jaeger glazes a teapot. Sarah was featured in the Community episode of Craft in America, which premiered in May 2007 on PBS.

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The breathtaking 500 Teapots launched a bestselling series?and it remains hugely popular. Now comes a gorgeous follow-up that documents the continued vitality of the form and of a new group of top international artists. Ranging from classically beautiful to wonderfully witty to wildly imaginative and ultramodern, these teapots will inspire ceramicists, collectors, crafters, and enthusiasts.

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Cardew Design Alice in Wonderland Tea for One 16-Ounce Teapot and 10-Ounce Cup by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

Fully wrap around sance with artwork and copy: This is the most curious tea party I've ever be to, said Alice. Teapot and cup made of the highest quality ceramic ware, The high fired and extremely durable porcelain is dishwasher and microwave safe. Classic Story of Alice in Wonderland written 150 years ago by Lewis Carrol, has been brought to life by Paul Cardew in this fascinating artwork. Designed by Paul Cardew, world famous UK artist, specializing in teapots and accessories for over 35 years. Great collector set for pretend or real tea parties of all ages as well as to display. Paul Cardew was encouraged to explore his talents as a child by Michael Cardew, his great uncle and renowned ceramic designer, or when he later attended the art school at the prestigious Loughborough University in the heart of England. Paul first began teaching art part-time at Exeter University where he had time to develop his skills. Paul Cardew's was asked to design ceramic brooches for Harrods Department store in London and tradi

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Madison art examines war, climate change and teapots - Wisconsin Gazette

Art often reflects the most deeply held feelings and beliefs in the minds and hearts of artists — and, by extension, the audiences who view the work. Several new exhibits at Madison-area galleries speak to a variety of emotions, with many works even cathartic for their creators. The horrors of war need to be experienced to be understood, but a number of military survivors have consigned their experiences to various art forms in an effort to promote their personal healing process. WAR : RAW – Healing Military Trauma Through Expressive Art is taking center stage at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum (30 W. Mifflin St. , 608-267-1799) on the Capitol Square. The display, part of the Artists for the Humanities Return and Recovery Program for Military Veterans (a4th. org), offers 59 pieces of art created by artists coping with post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury. Utilizing paper, canvas, paintings, mosaics, quilts and sculpture, the Wisconsin veterans and artists have created a window into their recovery process, offering a glimpse into the grief and trauma that for them is a daily experience. Part of the Return and Recovery Program’s approach is to combine art therapy with mental health counseling to help returning veterans cope with the anguish and despair of their wartime experiences. WAR : RAW – Healing Military Trauma Through Expressive Art will be on display at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum through April 24, 2016. Admission to the museum and the exhibit is free. Art court There is still time to see Time for Tea: Contemporary Ceramic Teapots, on display through Aug. 31 in the Art Court of the Dane County Regional Airport (400 International Lane, 608-246-3380. ). The display, on loan from the Racine Art Museum, boasts 40 different ceramic teapots of both classic and contemporary design. Think of the works as practical counterpoints to the largely abstract and expressive ceramics works of the past half-century. Artists such as Susan Beiner, Ah Leon, Louis Marak and Richard Shaw manipulate clay so that it begins to resemble other types of material. Their trompe l’oeil style (French for “fool the eye”) offers teapots sculpted from clay but which look as if they are made of a twisted tree branch or objects such as a suitcase, a pile of screws or even a shoe. Other artists offer an even more abstract take on the traditional teapot. The teapots included in this exhibition reflect a general interest in analyzing the past and a particular interest in exploring the idea of form and function. Best of all, the exhibit is located in the airport’s public area and visitors do not have to be ticketed passengers to view it. Chazen Museum of Art The French philosopher François de la Rochefoucauld noted that, except for their enormous vanity,... Squad: The Calling of the Common Hero , which opened July 24 in the Chazen’s Pleasant T. Rowland Gallery, consists of 11 larger-than-life portraits that explore and critique the concept and visage of the superhero in modern society. The exhibit, which develops themes explored in British-born Abdu’Allah’s 2007 show in London and 2010 exhibit at Stanford University, concerns itself with materiality, iconography and alchemy. Two additional works, “The Last Supper I” and “The Last Supper II,” created in 2011 as photo-realistic tapestries, accompany the oversized photographic portraits. Squad: The Calling of the Common Hero is on exhibit through Sept. Overture Center Art as activism is a familiar tradition, but the current exhibit by artists/activists Mary Kay Neumann and Helen Klebesadel offers an interpretation of climate change that’s more vivid than usual. The Flowers are Burning: Incandescent Watercolors opened July 3 at the Playhouse Gallery in Overture Center for the Arts (201 State St. , 608-258-4144). The 15 large-format images use the color saturation and flow to which watercolors naturally... Source: www.wisconsingazette.com

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  • Madison art examines war, climate change and teapots

    08/13/15 ,via Wisconsin Gazette

    The display, on loan from the Racine Art Museum, boasts 40 different ceramic teapots of both classic and contemporary design. Think of the works as practical counterpoints to the largely abstract and expressive ceramics works of the past half-century

  • Craftsmanship award honors Kemp's legacy

    09/01/15 ,via Daily Journal

    “It's all practice,” he would say whenever someone commented on the artistic quality of his work — the colorful, imaginative platters, teapots, vases, bowls and “flight-of-fantasy” creations he spun on the wheel in his Greenwood studio. At the time of

  • Teapots steeped in tradition

    08/12/15 ,via Contra Costa Times

    Once participants learn teapot construction basics, they can then design their own teapot. Janice Morgan, a student in his ceramics class at the Civic Arts studio, said Newton's passion for creating visually beautiful and functional pottery is truly

Recipes

  • Teapot Cake

    pound cake, food coloring, frosting, food coloring

  • Big Sur Carrot Tangerine Bread

    flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon, eggs, carrot, salt, sugar, tangerine, tangerine zest, vanilla extract, vegetable oil

Books

  • Tempest in a teapot

    Rizzoli International Publications. 1991. 144 pages.

    Shows and describes the ceramic sculpture of the Los Angeles artist, and discusses influences on his work

  • Ceramic Art

    The American Ceramic Society. 2012. ISBN: 1574985299,9781574985290. 136 pages.

    Presents over 20 ceramic artists and the techniques they used to create innovative forming, unusual surfaces, spectacular glazing and more.

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  • Master potters and their ways with clay

    08/31/15 ,via Stuff

    Fullmer has been the winner of numerous ceramic awards (national and international ... after graduating from the Wolverhampton College of Art. Trained in European design, the biomorphic Miro-like teapots he makes raise more than one important question.

  • LINCROFT: HOME FROM THE MOUNTAINS

    08/31/15 ,via redbankgreen

    A ceramic teapot by North Carolina artist Nick Joerling is among the items featured in the new “Clay Directions” exhibit beginning Tuesday at Brookdale Community College. With the coming of September, activity around the sprawling Lincroft layout of ...

  • Weekend planner: August 29-30

    08/28/15 ,via Newcastle Herald

    Back To Back Galleries Alfresco shows ceramic art plates, platters ... Morpeth Gallery The Australian Novelty Teapot ends Sunday. Newcastle Art Gallery Different Realities: Peter Boggs, ends Sunday; Distillation: The Art of Brett McMahon, ends Sunday ...

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Blue Earth Teapot, Teapieces by Leroy Von Glan, Nordstrand Visual Arts Gallery, WSC
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Artist Statement The teapot – in the historical procession of all ceramic vessels – has had a very short time of existence. Tea head been brewed for several thousand years in large cauldrons or individually by the cup, but it wasn’t until the 1500s in the vicinity of Yixing, China that the first evidence of teapots were made (by Buddhiist monks, no less). Even at the onset, teapot design wasn’t taken seriously. The earliest examples had a trompe l’oeil feel to them; looking like a melon, a wood stump, a bundle of bamboo or tied-up sack. The legacy of the teapot was not to be just a beverage brewer, but also have a sculptural and presentational presence while doing it. The present-day teapot has evolved into a ceramic artist’s subject, very similar to what a landscape or a portrait is to a painter. The function must be recognized for the form’s aesthetic to be revealed. I treat the creation of a teapot as a design project; a form-follows-function invention with self-imposed...
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