May 25th, '13, 16:08
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Bryan_drinks_tea OFFER: Yixing Teapot

by bryan_drinks_tea » May 25th, '13, 16:08

Hello Tea Friends,

I have a 150ml Xi Shi pot made of hong ni. I have used it for Shu pu-erh for the past four years. It pours well and has some, albeit very little dripping. The inside has a flat 7-hole spout. The body of the pot is made from a mold, but the spout, lid, and handle were made and applied manually. It also has a small chip that has been repaired on the edge of the lid. This is a comfortable, functional pot. $50 plus shipping (continental US only, please)

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Jul 18th, '13, 18:19
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Re: Bryan_drinks_tea OFFER: Yixing Teapot

by bryan_drinks_tea » Jul 18th, '13, 18:19

Mr. Speaker of the TeaChat (Chip) - please lock this thread. Thank you!

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