Dec 15th 17 2:30 am
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New Teapot

by Shaner » Dec 15th 17 2:30 am

It was apparently made by Ge Taozhong who was a student of master Gu JingZhou. I’m not sure what type of tea I will use in it yet. Most likely a ripe pu-er or a roasted oolong. Any advice is appreciated.

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Dec 15th 17 6:50 am
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Re: New Teapot

by Vicky » Dec 15th 17 6:50 am

Look delicate!

Dec 19th 17 4:12 pm
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Re: New Teapot

by Shaner » Dec 19th 17 4:12 pm

Thank you! It seems well made. Really cool to see the yellow specks in the clay.


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Dec 19th 17 4:53 pm
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Re: New Teapot

by Shaner » Dec 19th 17 4:53 pm

Not sure if the pictures are broken but here’s a link to my album https://imgur.com/gallery/tbIgP


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Oct 12th 18 5:48 am
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Re: New Teapot

by carmeloneo » Oct 12th 18 5:48 am

From this stamp, It's made by Ge Taozhong(葛陶中), famous national senior artist. The material should be mix clay. nice teapot.