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Yixing Zisha Celestial Clay Last Roaring Tiger Teapot (390 ml)


This Last Roaring Tiger Teapot is fully hand made of very rare Celestial (Tian Qing) Clay. Celestine clay is a kind of purple mud, its raw ore radiates a light bluish color and that's why it is called celestial clay. The grey color give it an extra antique appearance. These pots dispicts the last tiger roaring on the rock. It is angry and fierce. The artist hope to raise the attention to the conservation of Tiger this beautiful animal. They are rare, just like the celestial clay.


On the other side of the pot, it says " 登崖一嘯千峰鳴 , 豪氣滿山百獸惊". It means "Climb up to the cliff, the roar echo acorss the valley , all the animals fears and worship". This admire the power and energy of Tiger which is the King of the Rush. At the same time, remind us , how magnificant this animal is.


Only 3 pots were made by Master Dai Er Qi who is the Senior Yixing Pottery Artist. All the engraving , quality details , clay qaulity and the rarity of this pot make it a luxury for private collection.


The celestial clay is a thin layer in purple clay layer of Huanglong Mountain ore with very limited existence.  It is high fired at about 1180 degrees.  After firing, it is light to dark grey color , the color is antique, dignified and solemn. After the raising,  there is a hint of imperial glaze in the simplicity which makes it one of the most popular clay type. It goes well with most teas including :Light Roasted Oolongs , Raw & Ripe Puerh, Black , White 


This teapot holds approximately 390ml (+/- 5ml) and features a flat filter and tight-fitting lid. The walls of this teapot are relatively thick, but it allows for a very stable and comfortable hand feel that has to be experienced to fully appreciate. It also includes a certificate from the artist indicating the artist’s name, teapot shape and clay composition.


Zisha (‘purple sand’) describes the reddish-brown color of the sedimentary soil which settled in ancient lakes and is now buried deep underground. The clay is compressed under heavy sedimentary rock formations throughout the Yixing region, southwest of Shanghai, in China’s Jiangsu province. Huanglong Mountain near Dingshu township has been the source of high quality purple clay ore for centuries. The mountain itself is rather ordinary – neither grand or pretty – but it is 350 million years old.


These teapots are prized because their unglazed surfaces absorb traces of the beverage and develop a patina, which enhances the taste, color and aroma of fine tea.

Yixing Zisha Celestial Clay Last Roaring Tiger Teapot (390 ml)

$1,006.00 Regular Price
$905.40Sale Price
  • Material : Zisha Clay ( Celestial Clay : 天青泥 )

    Volumn : 390 ml


    Length: 15 cm
    Width: 10 cm 
    Height: 11 cm 


    Teas to Match : Light Roasted Oolongs , Raw & Ripe Puerh, Black , White 


    Artist : Dài'ěr qí (戴爾其 )


    Certificate : Available


    Gift Box : Available


    Date of Creation : 2019

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