This wide-based small-size teapot is 100% handmade with clay. It is unglazed and neatly accented with a mythical sea animal's head on the spout and its tail on the handle. Look at it carefuly, and you'll see the "sea dragon" is gliding through an underwater stone, ready to pour its content out.
This teapot can be perceived as Yixing-inspired clay teapot that was first handcrafted by a monk during Zhengde Emperor (1502-1521) in Yixing, China. This precious item is a must-have collectible for antique and pottery enthusiasts because of its whimsical shape, although one can brew a small cup of Black or Oolong tea to relive the historic era.
Size: Small Colour: Brown (Seal brown) Dimensions: 16.8cm (width) x 10.5cm (base) x 7cm (height) Weight: 244g Additional
Tips: Handwash only
Free of lead and toxins
Perfect as an antique collectible / gift