The Ding Ware, ranked one among the top five famous wares in the Sung dynasty, is located in Jenzhe Village,
Chuyang County and East/West Yenshan Village in Hebei province, where the name of Ding Ware has been derived
from how it falls under the jurisdiction of Dingzhou.
The Ding Ware is characterized by a slight tinge of yellow in the white china, projecting a supple tranquility, and a
touch of elegance. In ornamentation style, the Ding Ware primarily heeds to pattern etching, drawing and imprinting.
What stands out as unique is that most inscribed Ding Wares tend to be related to the imperial court, such as imperial
wares inscribed with “Fonghwa” “Jinyuan”, “Guan”, which suffices to indicate the supreme quality of the Ding Ware.
The combination of porcelain and sandalwood gives the image of creation and uniqueness,
this little tea caddy pronounced “guan-a” can be used as a container for tea or coffee beans even nuts.
It is tight to avoid air and moisture damage; furthermore, the porcelain can be separately used as a cup.
Size：±Ø 7.3 x 9.6 cm
Dimension：9.5 x 9.5 x 8.2 cm
[ Instructions ]
Our products were fired at 1260 Celsius and passed SGS inspection which means it is free from lead and chromium.
Porcelain products could be heated with oven, cooker and microwave.
Dishwashers and dish dryers could also be applied.
Clay products carry higher porosity and could absorb color and scents easily.
Please clean regularly and do not fill with mixed content.
Products may crack caused by instant heating or defrosting after freezing under low temperature.
Please handle with caution.
[ Methods of maintenance ]
Wash immediately after use with sponge, soft cloth or soft detergent to avoid scratching the glaze.
Please apply hot water and baking soda to remove tough stain.
Products with gold trace might grow into deeper color due to vulcanization.
Gently scrub it with dry cloth to remove it.