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    China Chen's Ding Ware Blooming Lotus Tea Set | National Ceremony and Intangible Cultural Heritage Gift Set

    China Chen's Ding Ware Blooming Lotus Tea Set | National Ceremony and Intangible Cultural Heritage Gift Set

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      The Blooming Lotus Tea Set adopts the lotus petal pattern that was popular in the Song Dynasty as the design theme. The lotus flower represents the highest goodness, rectitude, beauty, exquisiteness and purity. The ancients also compared the nature of the lotus, which is unsullied from the mud, to the nature of a saint, and even praised it as a gentleman among flowers. The lotus became an important decorative pattern in the Song Dynasty because of its diverse shapes and beautiful meanings.

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      Item Form: Ding Ware Tea Set
      Quantity: Set includes 1 Lidded Cup, 1 Fair Mug, 1 Tea Strainer and 6 Tea Cups
      Capacity: Lidded Cup 150ml, Fair Mug 225ml, Tea Cup 70ml
      Material: Ding Ware White Glaze
      Origin: Quyang (Belonged to Dingzhou in the Song Dynasty), Hebei, China

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      • Appreciate the Elegance and Charm of Ding Ware

      • Understand the True Meaning of Life

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      Ding Ware and the Immaculate Lotus

      This tea set uses a lotus-petal lidded cup as the main brewing vessel. The lidded cup is large at the top and small at the bottom. It is open and convenient for pouring tea. It can also be used to enjoy the aroma of tea and indulge in the dancing of tea leaves which keep tumbling during brewing, making it easy to brew the taste of tea.

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      The Great Expectations and Beat Wishes

      It is more convenient to use a lid to smell the aroma of the bowl, and you can also intuitively see the quality of the leaf bottom inside the lidded cup. The Lotus Blooming Tea Set is composed of a lotus petal lidded cup , 6 tea cups, a tea strainer and a fair mug. The lotus represents the great expectation that the Ding Ware can recreate the glorious and prosperous epoch, and also has the best wishes for the prosperity of the motherland.

      The Revival of the Elegance and Glamor of Ding Ware of the Song Dynasty

      The elegant and gorgeous lotus patterns on the lidded cups and tea cups complement each other with the jade-like body of the cup, which is not only full of expectations for Ding Ware to recreate the glory of the Song Dynasty, but also expresses good wishes for the prosperity of the motherland.

      Extraordinary Idiosyncrasy and Unworldly Beauty

      This tea set uses the lotus petal pattern popular in the Song Dynasty as the design theme. The decoration is simple, the lines are strong and smooth, and it is full of relief. It is graceful and beautiful to look at, and warm and delicate to touch.

      Lotus, the Gentleman of Flowers

      Lotus, known as the "pure friend among flowers", has been favored by literati since the Sui and Tang Dynasties, and even more so in the Song Dynasty. Zhou Dunyi of the Northern Song Dynasty endowed the lotus with the beauty of personality in his "Shuo on Love of the Lotus". Su Dongpo once expressed his feelings by saying, "The rosy buds are green and natural, especially romantic." In the Song Dynasty, the lotus pattern had its own literati embrace.

      The Same Tea Cup which Su Shi Adored

      The hand-carved patterns are decorated in the shape of lotus petals, with simple patterns and exquisite details. This work has a long lasting charm."Lotus" comes out of the mud without being stained, and cleans the ripples without being evil. The size of this tea cup is moderate, and the rim of the buckle is turned outward, making it easy to hold. The lotus is "incorruptible" and is usually used to describe the character of integrity and honesty. The National Palace Museum in Taipei has a Ding kiln lamp from the Northern Song Dynasty carved with lotus petals, with the word "Yan Zhan" engraved inside the circle foot. Yanzhan is the honorific title given to Su Shi.

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        Yield as low as 10%

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        Authoritative testing, safe to use, safety level 20 times higher than the national standard

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        Collection of the Forbidden City

        Recommended by CCTV, with the highest commendation

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        Intangible Cultural Heritage

        Designated by the National Museum, the first batch of selected Chinese National Art Treasures

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        Established in 1976

        Ding Ware firing techniques protection unit, with Premier Zhou's care of
        Chen Wenzeng's team

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        Inheriting the Ancient Craftsmanship

        Fired at a high temperature of more than 1,300 degrees, the lost technique of the Song Dynasty has been restored

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      Ding Ware, the Pinnacle of Aesthetics in the Song Dynasty

      Ding Ware is presented as tribute at the Song imperial court. It is among the Five Great Wares (the others being Ru, Jun, Guan and Ge) identified by a 14th-century writer, and is subsequently sought-after by connoisseurs and collectors. Ding Ware originated in Quyang, Hebei Province. Because Quyang belonged to Dingzhou in ancient times, it was named "Ding Ware". Ding Ware zest began in the Sui Dynasty, reached its peak in the Song Dynasty, and was lost to the Yuan Dynasty. Yuan Gongyu lasted for 500 years, and was unique in the world for its decorative techniques such as carving, scratching, and printing. It is known as "white as jade, as ethereal as paper, and as melodious as a chime".

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      The Billion-Year-Old Jianci Soil Created the Most Glamorous Ding Ware in the Song Dynasty

      The unique raw material of Ding Ware is Jianci soil of Quyang formed in the Cretaceous period hundreds of millions of years ago. It is resistant to high temperatures, has good plasticity, and is of fine quality. Even if you put it in your mouth and chew it, it will not feel gritty. The secret formula of Ding Ware white glaze is composed of abundant quartz and calcite resources and unique Taoli soil near the Ding Ware site, and has obvious regional characteristics. China Chen's Ding Ceramic products insist on using original ore tires and glazes. There are ninety-nine processes of making Ding Ware. China Chen's Ding Ceramic took official ceramic from of Ding Ware in the Song Dynasty as a specimen and followed the ancient sophisticated techniques, from the selection of raw materials to the drawing, molding, engraving, glazing, and firing of each process. The warmth injected by the craftsmen is also the charm of handmade utensils. In response to the national environmental protection policy, Quyang issued a "Restricted Mining Order" to restrict the procurement and purchase of local minerals. The source of culture is abundant, but natural resources are not inexhaustible.

      Customer FAQ

      What was Ding Ware used for?

      The Song Dynasty Ding Ware produced vessels such as bowls, dishes, jars, cups, cases, vases and pots – all for daily use. One of the most important contributions of the Ding Ware was the invention of the inverted firing method.

      What is the history of China Chen's Ding Ceramic?

      In the 1970s, under the care of Premier Zhou Enlai, Chen Wenzeng led his partners Lin Zhanxian and He Huan over forty years to comprehensively decipher the process of Ding ceramic and restore and develop the lost Ding Ware skills. It is named China Chen's Ding Ceramic after the surname of Master Chen Wenzeng, and is called the founding brand of contemporary Ding Ware by the industry.

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      We pack your products carefully to ensure a trouble-free delivery of your goods. We regularly ship more than hundreds of packages per month, but only a few cause problems. We guarantee our products to arrive in perfect condition. If the items from your order are damaged during shipping, we are deeply sorry but please get in touch with our customer support with a detailed photo of the damage within 30 days of your delivery. We will exchange or refund as soon as we can confirm.

      Where will my order be shipped from?

      All orders will be shipped from China. Our international shipping is offered through China post, DHL, and FedEx.