OVER 72 HOURS OF PRECISION HANDCRAFTING
Each piece of Pootoosky Teaware undergoes dutiful handcrafting taking more than 72 hours to finish. Craftsmanship is very important to us: it is the high quality of our craftsman work that makes each piece of Pootoosky pottery so special. Our artisan craftsman train for years to create stunning pieces that you can both use in your everyday life and display as works of art. Each Pootoosky piece is lovingly created by hand, ensuring that each piece is truly unique.
OWN A MASTERPIECE IN TEAWARE INDUSTRY
What makes these teaware so special is both their unique shape and their specialist glaze. Jianzhan Pootoosky tea cups are bowl shaped, but with a wide brim that allows the tea to stew and cool perfectly. They are glazed at a very high heat using a glaze with a high iron content, which creates a blackened and distinctively beautiful pattern that is unique only to Jianzhan Pootoosky pottery.
ELEGENT GIFT ITEM & GORGEOUS PRESENTATION BOX
Pootoosky Tea ware masterpieces are perfectly suited to be used as elegant gift items for all occasions. You can either shop one for yourself or a loved one when there’s need for a gift. These beautifully-crafted designs will serve as the ideal gift for weddings, birthday parties, Christmas get-togethers, office parties, housewarming, reunions or any family hangouts. All our tea ware comes with an elegant presentation box.
HEAT PRESERVATION & IMPROVE THE TASTE
Many people say that no matter the liquor, water or coffee, will all become more mellow and delicious when they are in a Jian Zhan Pootoosky tea cup. That is because the special functional design of Jian Zhan Pootoosky for its iron content, sand content, as well as the thickness of the cup embryo and glaze. Therefore, using Jian Zhan to drink tea, it can help to preserve the heat for a long time and to improve the alkalinity in the tea liquid, so that to ensure the taste of tea, and also stimulate and enhance the aroma of the tea.
100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE
China's tradition of producing handmade ceramics dates back thousands of years. Raw materials, including clay and minerals like kaolin, ball clay, and red clay, are mixed in specific proportions to create a suitable clay body. The crafting process includes shaping, drying, firing, glazing, decorating, and final firing. Traditional methods are still prevalent in many parts of China, resulting in beautiful, durable, and intricate designs that celebrate the country's rich ceramic heritage globally.