Handmade Jun Porcelain Malachite Green Teapot with Rusty Spots


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Jun porcelain (钧瓷) was exclusively used for serving the Royal emperor over a thousand years ago. During this time it was forbidden for the population to even own Unless it was gifted from the imperial family or the emperor himself. In the Song Dynasty, it was conferred as the governmental porcelain by the famous emperor Song Huizong, because of the outstanding colours. It was a privilege and an honour to own one in ancient times.

Product Details

Crafted in such a simple and modern form, this Malachite coloured teapot features a high-standard of Jun porcelain craftsmanship. The body of the teapot is covered with malachite green glaze with many rusty spots on it. The rusty dots decorate the smoothness of the Jun glaze, which creates a balanced combination of elegance and roughness.  Reaching all the way to the bottom, the handle is made into a unique and bold shape.  The bottom is not glazed but carved with 大贤阁. As a handmade Jun porcelain product, there is nothing identical in the whole world. It is unique. The long spout makes the pouring easy.

It is ideal for all the teas.

How to Look After it

Jun porcelain does not need special treatment. Simply rinse the teapot inside out with clean water after each time you use it. Use a piece of soft fabric to dry the teapot and rub the surface gently.


140mm (w) * 90mm (h), 200ml


Additional information

Weight 200 g


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