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IPT, Chinese-tea-culture

Postby IPT » Aug 19th, '11, 02:44

http://www.chinese-tea-culture.com

I sell a large variety of Chinese tea and tea ware.

I specialize in high end teas and tea ware. I purchase all of my items directly from the producers and artisans to ensure the highest quality and to avoid any sort of middle-man. My teas are literally shipped to me the day they are produced, to ensure freshness.

My zisha teapots and porcelain tea ware are purchased from the artisans who produce them. I have working with them for many years and can offer items that few others can find. I hand select all my products to ensure they meet the highest quality standards.

If I would not use a piece, I will not sell it.

I have two physical tea shops in Guilin, as well as my online shop, so if you do not see something you are looking for, chances are I have it, and if I do not, I can source it.

Payment:
I only accept Paypal. I will not accept credit cards because I worry about the information being stolen.

Guarantee:
I personally guarantee that all my items are as advertised. If you are unhappy with any item, for any reason, send it back to me and I will give you a full refund. Purchasers are responsible for shipping charges and the item must be returned in original condition.

If anyone has any questions about my products, please feel free to contact me.

I offer discounts to all TeaChat members, so send me a message before purchasing anything.
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Re: IPT, Chinese-tea-culture

Postby GreenwoodStudio » Aug 19th, '11, 08:17

Yay! So glad your an official topic now :wink:
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Re: IPT, Chinese-tea-culture

Postby IPT » Aug 28th, '11, 14:26

Thank you Shawn. It is good to be here.
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Re: IPT, Chinese-tea-culture

Postby Chip » Aug 28th, '11, 16:25

IPT has been a generous benefactor of OTTI, and the first forum TreasureHunt. He has some beautiful teawares and teas and is an avid collector as well.

Not to mention he is always very eager to help and discuss all things TEA.

Look for a future OTTI from IPT. And an SO ... :mrgreen:
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Re: IPT, Chinese-tea-culture

Postby night.owl » Aug 29th, '11, 00:03

You have some lovely Ru Kiln teacups!

...and the "paper" cups, too funny!

:mrgreen:
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Re: IPT, Chinese-tea-culture

Postby IPT » Aug 29th, '11, 01:38

night.owl wrote:You have some lovely Ru Kiln teacups!

...and the "paper" cups, too funny!

:mrgreen:


Thank you so much!

You caught the "paper" cups link huh? I wondered if anybody had. I did not want to leave that spot empty, so I did that. I thought it was funny.
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Postby karmaplace » Aug 29th, '11, 10:48

I'm glad you have your own thread now, IPT. I've been a long-time lurker of your shop.

Do you know when you'll be getting in or listing some new tea pets? I only know of your store to have a decent collection to choose from.

I've admired this pixiu for quite a while, sad to see that someone else snatched it up!

If you happen to get another super cute pixiu in, or lions similar to this piece, or an interesting dragon, please let me know! I was born in the year of the dragon, so that's the one I'd probably most like to get, but I've noticed that the dragons aren't usually as cute as the other beasts. :(
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Re: IPT, Chinese-tea-culture

Postby IPT » Sep 3rd, '11, 00:43

Hello Karmaplace,

I am sorry it took me so long to get back to you. I believe I have one more of the Red Pixiu w. Coin tea pets in my shop. I am heading there in a few minutes. If so, I will grab it for you and let you know.

Have a fabulous tea-filled day.
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Re: IPT, Chinese-tea-culture

Postby karmaplace » Sep 3rd, '11, 07:32

IPT wrote:Hello Karmaplace,

I am sorry it took me so long to get back to you. I believe I have one more of the Red Pixiu w. Coin tea pets in my shop. I am heading there in a few minutes. If so, I will grab it for you and let you know.

Have a fabulous tea-filled day.


Thanks, IPT. I have a feeling that my house may soon be tea pet-less no more! :mrgreen:
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Re: IPT, Chinese-tea-culture

Postby IPT » Sep 4th, '11, 00:08

Hello Karmaplace,

I am sorry, I do not have another one of those red pixiu's. I thought I did. If you are interested in another pixiu, I do offer a discount for TeaChat members.
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Re: IPT, Chinese-tea-culture

Postby IPT » Sep 4th, '11, 00:30

Hello Nrstooge,

Here is the rat I told you about. I think it is a real cutie.
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Re: IPT, Chinese-tea-culture

Postby nrstooge » Sep 4th, '11, 13:45

He is adorable. Also, I have bookmarked your site for future reference. I'm glad you have your own topic here now though.
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Re: IPT, Chinese-tea-culture

Postby IPT » Sep 4th, '11, 22:04

Thank you so very much.
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Re: IPT, Chinese-tea-culture

Postby Chip » Aug 30th, '12, 11:58

As many of you know, Shangguan's wife has had cancer for a while now which is why he has been absent from the forum, etc.

I just received word that she has lost her battle. I do not have much information at this time, but please feel free to share any information you may have as well as condolences here.
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Postby AdamMY » Aug 30th, '12, 12:04

My Condolences, I'll raise my Chawan of Matcha to remember her. It is always a tragedy to lose a loved one.
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