Some articles on tea wares, tea, wares:
... Some of the tea wares can be derived from the tea wares of Tang Dynasty (The Classic of Tea by Lu Yu) and Song Dynasty (Old Man Shen-an) ...
... Jian blackwares, mainly comprising tea wares, were made at kilns located in Jianyang of Fujian province ... The wares were made using locally won, iron-rich clays and fired in an oxidising atmosphere at temperatures in the region of 1300 °C ... When Jian wares were set tilted for firing, drips run down the side, creating evidence of liquid glaze pooling ...
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