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Stoneware・Porcelain SlipWood-fired

Taiwanese artist Liao Guo Hua’s mastery of his craft yields pots rich with personality. Smooth, clean throw lines draw his pots up or out, signifying stateliness or gravity, respectively, and each meticulous tilt of handle or spout adds to the individual narrative of the piece.

Like a cracked agate, one side of this pot burns with color, while the other seems hewn directly from the earth. Here the artist has given a calligraphic flourish to the spout, sweeping it level to the top of the handle. The lid is slightly brimmed, topped with a pompom-like finial that lends an air of fun to an otherwise earnest form.

Usage and care: Unglazed wood-fired pieces will season very slowly over time, though limited porosity allows for use of different tea types. The exterior of the teapot will deepen in color and develop a rich luster with use. Hand-wash only, without soap or detergent.

Approximate dimensions: 75mm tall, 75mm diameter, 170ml・Artist: 廖國華


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