A beautiful two-part Gaiwan with jade colored 'Kiln tear' on the cover and inside of the bowl. The formation of kiln tears occurs when the ash from grass and wood in the fire adheres to the kiln shelves. During the high-temperature firing, this ash then drips onto the ware.
This gaiwan has thick walls, the exterior doesn't gets hot. Two-part design with no base.
Each piece is one of its kind and handmade and wood fired by a gallery studio in Jingdezhen.