Purion Easy Steep Tea Set - Esquire
Brewing tea with fine crafts,
is like telling the story
of an nobleman’s poetic
wanderings by rivers and seas.
The breadth and generosity,
like pen and ink,
are filled with fine tea.
Like an ink well from a distance, or a scholar close up
The Purion Easy Steep Tea Set “Esquire” is inspired by traditional Chinese stationery. With steady materials of an ink well, the artisanship of this fine craft is comparable to nobilities’ fine writing materials.
The Esquire Tea Set is designed with the image of the emperor’s dragon robe, with the embroidery of the images of rivers and seas. Narrow at the top and broad at the bottom, it symbolizes noble generosity. Its lid resembles a crown, standing upright. Decorated with patterns, it represents noble charm.
The knob, base, and plate are made with different materials. The elegant teak base makes a modest contrast with the old Purion teapot. Insulating, the base also demonstrate the loftiness.
The Purion Easy Steep Tea Set “Esquire” is designed with modern elements and Chinese charm. Brewing tea with fine crafts, is like telling the story of an nobleman’s poetic wanderings by rivers and seas.
This Easy Steep Tea Set is designed especially for modern people. It is a teapot as well as a jar. It makes tea brewing easy and simple. Matched with the thermo base, users can keep the tea warm with just a candle during the cold winter.
The Purion is fired from natural minerals and clay. Brewing re-fermented or fermented tea with this Purion tea set, the smooth and aromatic tea makes tea tasting a superb experience.
The Purion will absorb the aroma continuously. It is a natural phenomenon. We suggest you to hold the same kind of drink in this pot to avoid blending different aromas that affect tea tasting.
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Through acute observations into daily life and the will of promoting “Every Day is a Beautiful Day” ideal, the main focus of “Through the Tracery” is to foster a conversation between Asia and Europe, bridging its gaps, by bringing together design teams from all over the world, inducing eastern cultural aesthetics into western forms through the innovative the “River-Stone Tea Set” and “Divan Tea Set” and expand into the European and American territories. The “Swimming Fish Gaiwan” is specially designed for this exhibition to be the visual focus. Utilizing the classic brown-white dual colors, it employs a minimalistic design, and acts as a historical testimony to how Lin’s Ceramics Studio, under the guidance of the company founder Lin, Jung-Kuo, stood up to any challenge since its establishment in 1983.
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