Antique Coarse Blue and White Porcelain, 120-150cc Gaiwan, Tea Cup, 2 Variations.
Antique Coarse Blue and White Porcelain, 120-150cc Gaiwan, Tea Cup, 2 Variations.
Antique Coarse Blue and White Porcelain, 120-150cc Gaiwan, Tea Cup, 2 Variations.
Antique Coarse Blue and White Porcelain, 120-150cc Gaiwan, Tea Cup, 2 Variations.
Antique Coarse Blue and White Porcelain, 120-150cc Gaiwan, Tea Cup, 2 Variations.
Antique Coarse Blue and White Porcelain, 120-150cc Gaiwan, Tea Cup, 2 Variations.
Antique Coarse Blue and White Porcelain, 120-150cc Gaiwan, Tea Cup, 2 Variations.
Antique Coarse Blue and White Porcelain, 120-150cc Gaiwan, Tea Cup, 2 Variations.
Antique Coarse Blue and White Porcelain, 120-150cc Gaiwan, Tea Cup, 2 Variations.
Antique Coarse Blue and White Porcelain, 120-150cc Gaiwan, Tea Cup, 2 Variations.

Antique Coarse Blue and White Porcelain, 120-150cc Gaiwan, Tea Cup, 2 Variations.

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Product Name: Antiqued Coarse Blue and White Porcelain Gaiwan

Material: Each piece is crafted from Antique Coarse Blue and White Porcelain, featuring a rustic aesthetic that honors traditional Chinese porcelain artistry.

Variations and Sizes:

  • No.1 Small Gaiwan:
    • Capacity: 120cc
    • Size: Diameter 7.9cm * Height 7.7cm
  • No.2 Big Gaiwan:
    • Capacity: 150cc
    • Size: Diameter 9.5cm * Height 7.5cm
  • No.3 Tea Cup:
    • Capacity: 60cc
    • Size: Diameter 7.3cm * Height 4.2cm

Calligraphy: The body of each piece is adorned with calligraphy from the "Lan Ting Ji Xu," an esteemed and classic piece of Chinese literature, enhancing the cultural value and aesthetic of the Gaiwan and cups.

The "Gai Wan," or "San Gai Wan," consists of three parts: Lid, Body, and Saucer, and is a traditional vessel used for steeping and enjoying tea, particularly in the Gongfu tea ceremony.

Usage Steps:

  1. Add 4-8 grams of tea leaves to the Gaiwan body.
  2. Pour water heated to the ideal temperature over the leaves. For green or black tea, use water between 85-92 degrees Celsius.
  3. Place the lid on the Gaiwan and then pour out the water. This initial step is to rinse and open the leaves.
  4. Continue the process to enjoy the tea, adjusting the steeping time with each infusion to extract the full flavor of the tea leaves, tailored to personal taste.

These Gaiwan sets, with their hand-painted designs and historical calligraphy, offer not only a means to enjoy tea but also serve as a connection to Chinese heritage, making them exquisite gifts or additions to any tea ware collection.

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