Tea Set with Gaiwan, Jianzhan (oil drip)
The porcelain glaze on this stunning tea set is called "oil drip," which was first developed in Fujian Province during the Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE). The set includes a teapot, gaiwan, fair cup, six tea cups, a leaf bowl, a pitcher, and a tea strainer with a stand.
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Product Details: Gaiwan: Width (including saucer and lid) = 4.63" | Height = 4.25" | Gaiwan Capacity = 5 oz | Cup: Height = 1.5" | Diameter = 3 | Cup Capacity = 3 oz" | Height = 2.38" | Width = 3.38" | Fair Cup: Height = 3" | Width: 4.5" | Capacity: 6 oz | Tea Pot: Height = 3.5" | Width =3.75" | Capacity = 5 oz | Tea Set Weight: 63.3 oz | Product Care: Hand-washing recommended.
Fun Fact: One of China's eight famous porcelains, Jianzhang is named after Jian'an, the Fujian Province county where this china was first produced. Gaiwan means "lidded bowl."