This gong fu cha teapot inspires us with the success of a craftsman combining the expertise of several generations of ceramists. However, it is a very local work of a newcomer, the ceramist Robin Boogaerts, the very first of his lineage.
Gaiwan from Robin Boogaerts | RécifQuebec Ceramist Collection
The variations of textures and the variegated finish bring dynamism to this gaiwan which offers itself to us under different facets, a beautiful idea of the Quebec ceramist Robin Boogaerts.
This small batch of well-balanced gaiwans, in which each piece is made with care, is very appealing.
The handmade aspect of these gaiwans makes them all unique. This is why the shape and capacity can vary from one to another. Think of it as a guarantee of handmade work!
Diameter: 9.5 cm
Height: 9 cm
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