For a unique tea brewing and drinking experience, you will love this Black Crockery Pottery Gaiwan. It is a beautiful teaware that’s been used since the Ming Dynasty. It is a 3-piece tea brewing vessel that consists of a lid, bowl, and saucer. All parts are small so you can pour your tea of choice by using just one hand.
While traditional gaiwans have a glazed outer surface and exquisite Chinese design, our Black Crockery Pottery Gaiwan is set in a classic black color. It has a rough-like surface, adding a simple yet distinct look. Giving it contrast is its beige or ivory smooth and glazed lining, which is slightly exposed with the lid on. It has a wide opening and a thin lip, allowing the liquid to smoothly roll off the end of the bowl. It can hold up to 150ml of liquid. The lid, on the other hand, has a small knob, which gives your thumb an ample surface to rest onto. It also includes a saucer and matches the color and style of the gaiwan.