Nov 7th 18 3:46 am
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Re: Higher-end gaiwans

by Groucho » Nov 7th 18 3:46 am

Any recommendations for a 180ml porcelain gaiwan on a small budget?

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Nov 9th 18 7:48 pm
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Re: Higher-end gaiwans

by 12Tea » Nov 9th 18 7:48 pm

Groucho wrote: Any recommendations for a 180ml porcelain gaiwan on a small budget?

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I can recommend the porcelian gaiwans from Teasenz:
https://www.teasenz.com/teaware/gaiwan
They've got the fish one and I'm really happy with it. The lid fits perfectly (which is not always the case with low quality gaiwans) and it's generally well made. The size may be a problem though as you look for 180ml. Why so big?

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Re: Higher-end gaiwans

by Groucho » Nov 10th 18 4:37 am

180ml has been what I've been using for many years. Between not fill it to the rim and the volume of leaves, it's only 4-5 fl. oz. per cup.

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Re: Higher-end gaiwans

by himitsu~ » Nov 17th 18 5:49 am

sorry if mudandleaves has already been recommended, but they have pretty nice stuff. i've ordered from them a few times.

https://www.mudandleaves.com/store/c16/Gaiwan_.html