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Re: Info on Older Yixing? Qing or repro?

by tingjunkie » Feb 7th 17 9:18 am

orchidteahouse wrote:This is a 19th C Chao zhou teapot. I had come across quite a few of them. They were best made during the 18th C., but they were much more expensive.
Thanks for chiming in, friend! I feel less foolish knowing I correctly identified the era, even if I blew it on the clay type/region. :lol:

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Re: Info on Older Yixing? Qing or repro?

by tingjunkie » Feb 17th 17 2:55 am

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I like this pot! Nice 75ml size. Given the color and texture of the inner clay from the photos, I was surprised it actually has a smooth and heavy feel to it. So far it has done quite well with some 30 year old yancha, and (not surprisingly) with some traditional roast Chaozhou oolong too! Think I'll keep it!

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Re: Info on Older Yixing? Qing or repro?

by the_economist » Mar 24th 17 9:44 pm

tingjunkie wrote: Image

I like this pot! Nice 75ml size. Given the color and texture of the inner clay from the photos, I was surprised it actually has a smooth and heavy feel to it. So far it has done quite well with some 30 year old yancha, and (not surprisingly) with some traditional roast Chaozhou oolong too! Think I'll keep it!
Pretty pot, my own CZ says hi! I found it somewhat challenging to pair with tea but I found that it works quite nicely with traditional roast DC as well as cheaper yancha for gongfucha.

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Re: Info on Older Yixing? Qing or repro?

by TTTT » Jun 11th 21 2:39 am

I have several teapots of this kind. Here is the some teapots with the mark Jiaqing
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