Hand wash with warm water and a soft cloth or sponge, using a mild detergent as necessary. Pat the outside dry with a towel, and then leave the teapot to air dry with lid off. Do not put in microwave.
|Origin||Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China|
|Dimensions||H8 x W8 cm|
|Finish||Iron and copper glaze|
Each item is handmade and unique, therefore colour, weight and dimensions may vary slightly
The birthplace of porcelain, Jingdezhen has been producing the finest Chinese ceramics for over a thousand years and was home to some of China’s most important imperial kilns. Surrounded by breathtaking nature in the northeastern corner of Jiangxi province, the remoteness of the small city has helped preserve age-old traditions that are still in practice to this day. When Europeans first encountered Chinese porcelain back in the 14th century, they concluded that this ethereal yet solid “white gold” could only have been made by magic. The secret? Kaolin: the soft white clay essential to manufacturing porcelain, named after the Gaoling mountain in Jingdezhen where this resource was available in abundance.