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When shopping for a ceramic tea set, consider the material, size and design that best suit your needs. Look for sets made of high-quality materials such as porcelain or stoneware. Choose a larger set if you plan to serve more people, or pick up individual pieces for smaller gatherings. Also think about the design and pattern of the set; delicate floral patterns and elaborate designs can add an eye-catching touch to any gathering. Lastly, make sure to read product reviews before making a purchase, so you can be sure of your satisfaction with the item you buy.
For many tea lovers, tea is the most beautiful thing in the world. Many tea lovers will choose a set of ceramic teaware for themselves to entertain friends and family for tea. Next, please follow the editor’s footsteps to learn about the selection skills of ceramic teaware.

Tips for Buying Ceramic Tea Ware
1. Consider the size: Make sure to pick a ceramic tea ware that is the desired size. Depending on the type of tea you are making, the portions and quantity of tea will vary. Taking this into account will allow you to pick the perfect size for your needs.
2. Check the quality: When selecting ceramic tea ware, make sure to carefully examine it for any cracks or thin spots that could weaken its durability. Quality is key when it comes to buying ceramic products as they can be fragile and easily broken if not handled carefully.
3. Choose an appropriate colour: Depending on your personal preference, select a colour that best matches your home style or ambiance. Bright colours such as red and yellow can add a splash of cheerfulness to your space while earthy tones like white or grey give off a more subtle atmosphere.

When purchasing ceramic teaware, one should pay attention to its environmental protection and quality. Good ceramic teaware is beneficial to human health, while inferior ceramic teaware is harmful. When selecting, pay attention to the following points:

First, when purchasing ceramic tea sets, it is essential to select a regular market, and it is not allowed to buy inferior products with no formal production factories in pursuit of cheapness. According to the state regulations, the ceramic tea sets should be soaked in 4% acetic acid, with lead leaching not exceeding 7mg/L and cadmium leaching not exceeding 0.5mg/L. Products from regular production factories can basically meet this requirement.

Two, when purchasing, be sure to pay attention to the color of the teaware. Feel the surface with your hand and see if the inner walls are smooth.

Three, sniff with your nose to see if there is any strange smell.

Four, before using, boil the tea set in boiling water for 5 minutes, or soak it in food vinegar for 2-3 minutes to dissolve the toxic substances contained in the tea set.

Ceramic tea ware is suitable for brewing any kind of tea.

There are many varieties of ceramic tea sets, which can be divided into two categories according to the material: porcelain tea sets and pottery tea sets. Among them, porcelain tea sets mainly include: Qingci teapot, white porcelain teapot, black porcelain teapot and colored porcelain teapot. These tea sets have all had a brilliant page in the history of Chinese tea culture development.

Generally speaking, most teas can be brewed with ceramic tea ware, such as oolong tea, yellow tea, white tea, red tea and flower tea. Among them, ceramic teapot brewing oolong tea is the best. The texture of ceramic teapot is fine and dense, not easy to undergo chemical changes and easy to keep warm, which can make the best use of and maintain the color, aroma and taste of herbal tea. There are many kinds of tea suitable for ceramic teaware on the market, and there are also many types of ceramic teaware on the market. When choosing, you can match the appropriate teaware according to the color of the tea leaves and soup.

The selection of the color and luster of tea utensils mainly depends on the selection and matching of the appearance color. The principle is to match with the tea leaves. The inner wall of the drinking utensil is best in white, which can truly reflect the color and brightness of the tea soup. At the same time, attention should be paid to the color matching of teapots, cups and other utensils in a set of teapots, supplemented by boats, trays and covers, so as to achieve a seamless whole. If auxiliary supplies are matched with basic colors of main teapot sets, it will be even more seamless.

When purchasing porcelain tea sets, one should mainly check the porcelain itself: whether the shape is even, if there is any deformation; whether the glaze is smooth, the color consistent, if there are sand nails, bubble eyes and off-glazes. If blue-and-white or colored paintings are present, then one should see if the color is not too bright or dull, neither too shallow nor deep, with a luster (if too shallow then it’s overfired; if too deep then it’s not fired enough; if too bright then the color is too thick; if too dull then the color is too thin). Lastly, pick it up lightly and gently tap it. Even good porcelains can have cracks and thus be heavily discounted.