Purple sand teapot, Purple clay teapot, YiXing teapot
This is a Yixing Zisha teapot made of Hei-Zhu Zisha clay, classically in deep dark brown or black colour with orange/yellow colour coarse granules. The teapot is in a classic Chinese Yixing teapot design of 'Xi-Shi-Hu', engraved with a 3D peony blossom, symbolizing prosperity in Chinese mythology
'Xi-Shi-Hu' is a classic Chinese teapot design, named after the ancient Chinese beauty 'Xi-Shi'. This teapot design has classically a round shape with a very smooth outline and short sprout. It is an art work of simplicity, authenticity and oriental legacy.
ZiSha teapot is traditionally used as the premium tea vessel to brew premium Chinese teas. For more information, please visit: YiXing ZiSha teapot
Hei-Zhu Sha (black-Red sand)
8mm (dimension) X 7mm (height)
Approximate 150 ml
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