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A nicely made pot from National Craft Master Lu Wei Fang, it was made around the year 2000. She used very nice clay and her workmanship is very refined. A great option for someone seeking a very nice handmade pot with great clay that's really a pleasure to use. read more...

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These pots were part of a series of private orders made by a Malaysian collector with some potters of Yixing Factory 1 potters in the 90's and fired in a dragon kiln. It's made of Qing Shui Ni clay and very well made in a classic shape. These private order pots were made from different batches of clay, so there's some variation between them. Inside is a single hole filter. read more...

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These pots were part of a series of private orders made by a Malaysian collector with some potters of Yixing Factory 1 potters in the 90's and fired in a dragon kiln. It's made of Qing Shui Ni clay and very well made in a classic shape. These private order pots were made from different batches of clay, so there's some variation between them. Inside is a single hole filter. read more...

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Made from hongni from Factory 1, these pots bear the QC stamp on the bottom instead of the 'Fang Yuan Pai' stickers. I haven't researched why exactly this was done, but it's a documented practice for some of the pots in that period. The clay is good, as one would expect from factory 1 pots of this era. Inside is a flat multi hole filter. These pots came with the larger batch of shui ping teapots that we sold last week. read more...

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A nicely made pot from National Craft Master Lu Wei Fang, it was made around the year 2000. She used very nice clay and her workmanship is very refined. A great option for someone seeking a very nice handmade pot with great clay that's really a pleasure to use. read more...

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I don't normally drink much shu puerh, but when something stands out for me it's difficult to ignore. I came across this recently while chatting with an old grandad in a chinese medicine store. He brewed this up for me casually and I was struck by the clean storage, aged ripe fruit flavours, and thick mouthfeel that reminded me of old tree puerh tea. I bought the last of his stock, so just have a bit of this. He bought it around 13 years ago and said it's from around 1995. From tasting, I can accept this estimate. Nicely aged shu puerh develops very special flavours that's difficult to read more...

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I am a tea addict! There, I have said it and I have no plans to quit! I enjoy all kinds of tea and read more...

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