Bamboo Handle Clay Teapot

$65.00

This clay teapot is a studio piece featuring a bamboo-wrapped handle.

The interior showcases an off-white speckled glaze, complemented by an earthy clay exterior that adds a touch of sophistication to any home display.

The name ‘Jane Burns’ is etched on the bottom—a delightful detail that really shows the care put into this piece.

Bring some boho charm to your living space and add this piece to your collection today!

Only 1 left in stock

Description

Bamboo Handle Clay Teapot

This clay teapot is a studio piece featuring a bamboo-wrapped handle. The interior showcases an off-white speckled glaze, complemented by an earthy clay exterior that adds a touch of sophistication to any home display. The name ‘Jane Burns’ is etched on the bottom—a delightful detail that really shows the care put into this piece. Bring some boho charm to your living space and add this piece to your collection today!

This Bamboo Handle Clay Teapot is currently available at Avonlea Antiques & Interiors, either online or in-store.

CONDITION:

It is our opinion that this piece is in very good condition. However, there are some things to note. There is a minor chip on the spout. There is what appears to be sharpie on the bottom of the pot near the signature. The bamboo shows weathering, which is natural over time due to its organic composition. Lastly, we would recommend this pot to be used as a display piece only. Please use discernment.

We encourage you to thoroughly examine all the photographs provided, as they play a crucial role in understanding the item’s description and condition. Please note that all sales are final.

MEASUREMENTS:
  • Length: 7.1″
  • Diameter: 4.5″
  • Height: 9.05″
  • Weight: 1lb 13.6oz

*All measurements are approximate

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Clay teapots have a rich and storied history that dates back centuries. Originating in China during the Song Dynasty (960-1279 AD), they were initially crafted for brewing and serving tea, reflecting the era’s emphasis on tea culture and ceremony. The art of making clay teapots evolved over time, spreading to Japan during the 16th century and becoming integral to the Japanese tea ceremony. Each region developed its unique styles and techniques, with clay teapots often embodying cultural and aesthetic values. In Europe, the allure of Chinese and later Japanese teapots led to their replication and adaptation, influencing ceramic traditions across the continent. Today, clay teapots continue to be celebrated for their craftsmanship, functionality, and the sense of tradition they evoke, making them cherished items among tea aficionados and collectors worldwide.