A porcelain Gaiwan, of a brilliant and almost transparent ice blue, through which we perceive cracks which have formed during cooking. They are thin deep in the glaze, this limpidity blends beautifully with almost matte taupe-colored bands, on which immaculate white plum blossoms stand out. The bands encircle the body of the bowl, the cup and around the lid. Chinese plum blossoms evoke renewal after a hard winter represented here by the cracks in the glaze.
The gaiwan is a small teapot, which serves as a service on its own, the technique being to hold the lid which serves as a filter with your finger. It is an individual bowl that has gone through the ages of China and still remains to the taste of the present. The elders say: "the lid for the sky, the cup for the earth and the bowl for the person". A small matching teapot is present in the site: Cracked glacier blue teapot.
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