This Qing Hui Duanni Teapot is forged using clay from the best ore possible, at Huang Long Mountain, in Yixing, China. The clay is then taken to our partner studio, where it is crafted by master craftsmen, using a fully handmade process, which is becoming ever more rare with good Yixing pots now a days, especially under the $200 price range. The clay is further down in the ore, increasing the levels of certain minerals— however somewhere in between a Zhuni Clay, and Zini Clay in terms of porosity and granules. The teapot is 120ml, and has been seasoned with roasted oolong only— which generally shines best in both the clay, and single hole nature of the pot. We love this teapot because of its flat button design on the lid, which has a very unique side air hole as opposed to the tradition hole on top for most Ju Lun teapots. The style is based off an old simplistic style from the Ming Dynasty, over 500 years ago.
We can order this teapot back in stock if requested