Tea connoisseurs often use a gaiwan as a brewing vessel, although it may also be used conventionally as a tea cup, with the lid serving a dual function of keeping the tea warm and to block the tea leaves from consumption. This gaiwan is produced at the famous porcelain-producing town of Jingdezhen and it depicts two fish swimming happily next to each other. The design in the "Qinghua" style (otherwise known as the "Blue and White" style). The gaiwan is 3.5" wide x 3.5" tall and holds up to 4 ounces of tea to lid level. .
Dimensions: 3.5" wide x 3.5" tall as shown
Capacity: 4 oz. (170 ml) of tea