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XDOBO Chinese Purple Clay Teapot, Full Handmade Teapot, Undressed Ore Archaize Tea Pot- 200ml by xdobo

  • Excellent Tightness and Handmade Filtering Pole Design Ensures an...
  • Material: Made of Quality Purple Clay
  • With A Special Handmade Accessory - Show Piece of Traditional...

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It's Tea Time!
Tea is served to enhance a good meal or conclude a festive gathering in a spirit of sharing. Offer your guests the opportunity to share in this tradition with this authentic Japanese tea set.

The Benefit of Drinking Chinese Kungfu Tea:
*Often drinking tea can help fresh you from daily fatigue, and enhance your memory than ever.
* Tea is calorie-free. Drinking tea can also help decompose the fat; people who love drinking tea all look slimmer than the others.
*Drinking tea can calm yourself down and slow you down from aging. *Tea helps keep you hydrated.
*Tea gives healthier teeth and gums.

The Characteristic of Purple Clay Teapot
*Purple pottery is refined from natural sand, it can reserve most of the tea flavor and doesn't have the flavor of the soup.
*Sand made teapot can absorb the juice of the tea, you can smell the aroma of the tea even if you don't put any tea in the teapot after a few days using.
*Purple clay teapot can suffer from super cooled condition, it will not deform or broken after pouring boiling water.

The Features of The XDOBO Chinese Purple Clay Teapot:
- It suitable for brewing black tea, green tea, scented tea, pu-er tea and other daily consumption and entertain at home.
- Easy to use, convenient, great choice for home use, travelling and gifting.
- A great teapot as well as an impressive crafted home decoration.
- Approx capacity: 200ml.
- Package Included: Teapot X 1; Tea Accessory X 1

Tips:
Before you drinking the first time, clean up the stains in the teapot using pure water, and wipe the teapot with a clean cloth, and waiting to dry naturally. Then put it into clean water and let it boil for 5-10 minutes.

Peach Purple Clay Tea Pot Tea Set Chinese Kungfu Teapot by YIXING

  • Origin: China
  • Capacity: 300ml
  • Size: diameter: 9.5 cm the largest length: 15cm the largest...

$26.88

Product Description

The purple clay tea pot has dense and hard quality which is made from the natural raw ore red mud. Its fire degrees into pottery are between 1100-1200 degrees Celsius, non-absorbent, sound thick and rhyme long. It is cold-resistant and hot-resistant, without tea cooked flavored, can keep the real aroma. With heat transferring slowly, it does not easily scald hands. Use it stewed tea, also won't burst.


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Throwing / making a clay pottery tea pot on the wheel how to make demo

Ingleton Pottery http://www. ingletonpottery. uk After numerous requests I decided to have a go at making / throwing a Tea pot.

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The Potter's Studio Handbook

Pottery making and wheel throwing is a timeless craft, perfect for beginner crafters and artisans who don't mind getting their hands dirty. Even if you haven't touched clay since your childhood art class, letThe Potter's Studio Handbook guide you through the process of designing and equipping your own ceramic studio, teaching you techniques that will have you generating clay projects in no time. Once the techniques are mastered, this guide will remain an invaluable resource to all clay artists, one that will stay in the studio for years to come. A veteran instructor teaches hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques using full-color photographs, and diagrams with a reassuring voice. Each step is illustrated for creating beautiful, functional projects at home; such as teapots, vases, dinner plates, and more. Shares pottery tips that help you select and prepare clay, construct slab projects, throw and center clay on the wheel, experiment with glazes, fire your project to perfection, and much more. This is the perfect guide for all levels to enjoy and master the art of pottery.

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The Potter's Studio Handbook

Pottery making and wheel throwing is a timeless craft, perfect for beginner crafters and artisans who don't mind getting their hands dirty. Even if you haven't touched clay since your childhood art class, letThe Potter's Studio Handbook guide you through the process of designing and equipping your own ceramic studio, teaching you techniques that will have you generating clay projects in no time. Once the techniques are mastered, this guide will remain an invaluable resource to all clay artists, one that will stay in the studio for years to come. A veteran instructor teaches hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques using full-color photographs, and diagrams with a reassuring voice. Each step is illustrated for creating beautiful, functional projects at home; such as teapots, vases, dinner plates, and more. Shares pottery tips that help you select and prepare clay, construct slab projects, throw and center clay on the wheel, experiment with glazes, fire your project to perfection, and much more. This is the perfect guide for all levels to enjoy and master the art of pottery.

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Marrakech, Morocco

Since Spain is so close to Morocco, we couldnt resist heading down to visit due to a cheap flight deal. We arrived in Marrakech and didn’t really know what to expect. It was totally different from anything we had seen before. As soon as we got off the bus, we were already accosted with people trying to sell us things, help us find our way, asking for money. In Morocco, everything costs something. Someone will very kindly try to lead you through the maze of streets and stands in the…. The main area where we were was called the Medina, a large area with small alleyways, a very busy Souk (market) and a large square called Jemaa El-Fna. We stayed in the Medina area at a beautiful hostel called Riad Jenna Rouge. They also organized a 3 day excursion for us. The Souk is a confusing place. It is a maze of tiny streets, and hundreds of little stores selling everything from scarves, jewellery, shoes, teapots, clothes, lanterns, anything you can think of. There were several beautiful things I wanted to bring home, including the... The sellers were semi agressive, they would call out to you to come in up their shops, lead you to other shops, and get angry when you didn’t want to buy anything. You had to barter the prices down, which I’m horrible at, so Seamus and I would usually do it together, him telling the seller we would find it somewhere else and make me walk away. Usually the seller would run after us and give us the price. We usually got our food from Jemaa El-Fna, especially at night time when all of the food tents were up. Most of the food we ate were skewers of meat and veggies, meat cooked in a Tagine, which is a clay dish with a little chimney on the top. The food was also very cheap, we typically got a large dinner for both of us for about 60 Dirham (about $8 CAN). Later at night in Jemaa El-Fna there would be women doing henna, snake charmers, men with monkeys, storey tellers, and drum circles. Other things we saw in marrakesh were some old Palaces, and the Spice Market. It was really interesting to be there when we were, because when we booked our trip, we didn’t realize it was during Ramadan. During Ramadan which happens at different times every year, the Muslims cannot eat or drink water, or smoke from dawn until sunset. Most people are wearing long white robes. Normally during the day, Jemaa El-Fna is bustling during the day, and street food is cooking all day long. During Ramadan, the square is pretty quiet during the day. When the sunsets, everything closes, so they can break the fast. It us actually a really cool thing to see. At sunset a call goes out over speakers, and everyone rushes to gulp down some water and have a bite to eat. Those speakers also announce different prayer times, and Seamus and I actually sat and watched the men praying outside a mosque one night, and it was beautiful. Source: Seamus & Victoria

Latest News

  • Perennial Pleasures: A garden of delight in East Hardwick

    07/26/15 ,via vtdigger.org

    Keith chose a robust Russian tea, served in a brown clay teapot. When the teahouse is in the full swing of the season, the a la carte menu expands to include more desserts and also savory dishes such as mushroom-walnut paté and tomato and smoked 

  • Bodies and Beings: What Place Can Ceramics Have In Contemporary Art Now?

    07/27/15 ,via ArtSlant

    The works are, to me, less compelling in their size and subject—more miniature decorative models rendered in clay than sculptural works of art engaging with broader questions. A number of them Richard Notkin, Heart Teapot Petrol Hostage. Courtesy 

  • Wolfsonian exhibit explores the artistry and social implications of the ...

    07/25/15 ,via Miami Herald

    It was the male potters who “dug the clay, prepared the clay and would mostly throw the pots on a potter's wheel,” Miami artist and FIU instructor Tori Arpad-Cotta said during a curatorial tour. Those pots when they were The range of ceramic forms

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Recipes

  • Vietnamese clay pot pork

    vegetable oil, chili, fish sauce, garlic, ginger, eggs, black pepper, pork chops, salt, shallot, sugar, water

  • Clay Pot Chicken with Dates,

    black pepper, bulgur, chicken broth, olive oil, thyme, garlic, sherry, cumin, cinnamon, green chilies, green pepper, red pepper, medjool dates, olive oil, chicken, red onions, sea salt, anise seed, cinnamon, butter, tomato

Books

  • Yixing Clay Teapot

    Betascript Publishing. 2010. ISBN: 6132047271,9786132047274. 140 pages.

    High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yixing clay teapots are made from Yixing clay. This traditional style commonly used to brew tea originated in China, dating back to the 15th century, and are made from clay produced in the region of the town of Yixing in the eastern Chinese province of Jiangsu. Archaeological excavations reveal that as early as the Song Dynasty (10th century) potters near Yixing were using local "zhisha" clay to make utensils that could have functioned as teapots. The late Ming Dynasty author Zhou Gaoqi stated that during the reign of the Zhengde Emperor (1502-1521) a monk from Jinsha Temple (Golden Sand Temple) in Yixing handcrafted a fine quality teapot from local clay. Such fine quality teapots soon became popular with the scholarly class, and the fame of...

  • Polymer Clay

    Krause Publications Craft. 2001. ISBN: 9780873419529,0873419529. 144 pages.

    October vessels, purses, clocks, pots, furniture... Polymer clay can be used for much more than beads and dolls! Now, artists and crafters can learn how to unleash polymer clay's functional side with this comprehensive guide. Besides covering the basics, like tools and supplies, author and artist Jacqueline Gikow teaches readers in-depth techniques for making pinch pots, bowls, coiled containers, and crocheted objects. Chapters on covering existing containers, mould-making for vessels, free-form vessels, and constructed containers each include projects that reinforce the principles explored. Features: More than 20 inspiring projects, including a book cover, puppet, and lamp; Covers a wide array of techniques and creative approaches; Includes pieces by some of the world's best-known...

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  • Energy saving project pays off in East China

    07/28/15 ,via ECNS

    Yixing, a county-level city under the jurisdiction of Wuxi, is dubbed the pottery capital of China. It is famous for unglazed clay teapots, tea trees and large areas of bamboo.

  • Bodies and Beings: What Place Can Ceramics Have In Contemporary Art Now?

    07/20/15 ,via artslant.com

    The works are, to me, less compelling in their size and subject—more miniature decorative models rendered in clay than sculptural works of art ... that also serve as the spout and handle of the teapot. Ceramic chains are sculpted around the form to ...

  • Perennial Pleasures: A garden of delight in East Hardwick

    07/26/15 ,via VTDigger

    It indeed had a distinct rose aroma and flavor and made me an instant convert. Keith chose a robust Russian tea, served in a brown clay teapot. When the teahouse is in the full swing of the season, the a la carte menu expands to include more desserts and ...

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Yixing Teapot - "Lotus"
Yixing Teapot - "Lotus"
A gift from my ex's mother, a beautiful little yixing teapot! The whole thing fits right in the palm of your hand.
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69/365 - 3/10/2011
69/365 - 3/10/2011
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New Teapot
New Teapot
I bought a new teapot today, and I love it. It's a really pretty/cool/neat looking YiXing pot called "Imperial Splendor." At 9 ounces, it's perfect for a single cup of tea. Taken with my 50mm prime, BTW...
Photo by maury.mccown on Flickr
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