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  • Chinese Tea Gaiwans

    The use of Gaiwans in tea preparation started during the Ming Dynasty. It was through these years that the preparation and rituals of tea were enhanced. This happened at the peak of pottery making wherein China was known for creating delicate and fine tablewares and teacups.
  • Guide to Use Gaiwan

    The Gaiwan is a simple tea device that consists of a cover on the top, a bowl in the middle and a tray on the bottom. The cover, the bowl, and the plate in the Gaiwan are symbols representing Heaven, Earth, and God as believed the Chinese.
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