This is my first zisha teapot and I couldn’t be happier. Oolong has been transformed! As soon as I saw it I knew it was the stepping stone to zisha teaware. Everything about it was just right.
Craftsmen Wang Xing 王兴 and Ding Tie Ping 丁铁平 (德) both did a wonderful job. Not only is it functional but I will proudly display it as a work of art. I wish them and everyone at RealZiSha great and continued success.
I love the austere, modern look of this teapot. It makes great tea and is a pleasure to use. A most excellent teapot by Assoc Master Du!
The Di Xiang has a lovely grey/brown salt-and-pepper kind of color and a slight stony texture, as if it were carved instead of sculpted. The teapot is wonderful to hold and to look at. It makes great tea as well, of course, although it's almost too elegant to use (out of fear of breakage because I am accident prone, which makes my love of zisha teapots hilarious) - so my Di Xiang teapot is mostly a “statement” piece for display. Beautiful work by Assoc Master Yang.
Crafted and created by assoc master Xu Yan for the Dragon Lunar New Year! The curves and bends of this Sheng He Tao are really up to the museum standard. Thank you the realzisha team and assoc master Xu Yan for this beautiful New Year gift. Happy New Year of the Dragon!
It is another collectible piece of Zisha Art. This beautiful Yun Ying is eye-catching and mesmerizing. The design is elegant, and my words can't give all details. The pouring is strong. The pot feels sturdy, and the aura is radiating. Thank you the realzisha team and assoc master Zhang for this speical artwork of the Dragon Lunar New Year!