Purple sand teapot, Purple clay teapot, YiXing teapot
Su Rong Rong is one of the renowned Zisha artists in the Yixing area of the Jiang-Su Province. Her fine art works represent elegance, authenticity and simplicity.
This is a hand made YiXing teapot crafted with premium Yixing Zisha: Zhu Ni (scarlet clay). The teapot is in a extremely smooth ancient teapot design, beautiful decorated/elevated by a vivid bamboo brand next to the sprout to elaborate an oriental theme.
The teapot is made of premium Zisha clay Zhu Ni. It is a truly a gem to collect and enjoy for those who are into fine hand art, ancient Chinese style and premium quality Zisha.
ZiSha teapot is traditionally used as the premium tea vessel to brew premium Chinese teas. For more information, please visit: YiXing ZiSha teapot
85mm (dimension) X 90mm (height)
Approximate 220 ml
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