Gaiwan

The Gaiwan (gài-wǎn, literally lid bowl) is perhaps the most versatile piece of teaware. It can be used as a teapot, a taster’s mug, or in place of a tea cup. The optimum material for it is porcelain. They come in various designs and a huge range in prices, from very affordable mass-produced ones to one-of-a-kind artist pieces. It might have been invented as a tea tool in the 9th century but the present-day form got popular only after the 18th century. There are quite a range of sizes and shapes. Our recommendation is based on functionality and versatility.

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