60-100 ml porcelain teapots
For the past six months, I’ve been searching for a small teapot (from about 60 ml to 100 ml) in porcelain (or celadon, or other thin-walled glazed materials). I know that gaiwans serve the same purpose, but I just feel more comfortable with a vessel that won’t spill or burn on the slightest provocation. (This also applies to glass gongfu teapots, which are usually too big anyway.)
I’ve checked Ali Express with little luck, but was wondering if any more experienced shoppers could lead me in the direction of a decent pot that meets these specifications.
Alternatively, any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
If I can’t find a tiny porcelain teapot, I might have to pick up several pricy Yixing pots in this range.
There are a few here in the different categories
Teaware.house has these in 70ml. They are very nice and very small. I bought two in different colors. At first I thought they were sold out because they didn’t come up on the teapot page but I found them.
Thanks for the ideas!I’ve looked at the ones from TeaMasters before. What I’m actually looking for are 100 ml teapots, preferably with longer spouts. Shui Ping, Min Yu, and other long-spouted alternatives would be great.
Taiwan Tea Crafts has a couple of porcelain teapots in that size:
They have a 100ml Shui Ping teapot but it’s glass:
Chawangshop had a couple of smaller Shui Ping teapots the last time I looked. Order stuff that was made in the 90s I think but never used. I bought two off of them, very nice and not too expensive. Forgot to say the Shui Ping on Chawangshop are Yixing.