Yama Glass Teapot



Yama Glass Teapot with Infuser, 32 oz., Clear

by Yama Glass
Price: $38.78 Buy Now

Features:
  • Made of heat resistant borosilicate glass
  • All glass infuser
  • Dishwasher safe

Product description

The Yama 4 cup teapot with infuser is perfect for a casual or classy setting. It comes with an infuser so it's ready to use right out of the box. Each unit is hand blown from borosilicate glass and is dishwasher & microwave safe as well as heat resistant.



Yama Glass Side Pour Tea Pot (10 oz)

by Yama Glass
List price: $19.99 Price: $19.98 Buy Now

Features:
  • Durable
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Stainless steel basket

Product description

Side Pour says it all! This product comes with an all glass spout and handle, the basket is made of high quality stainless steel. This new product holds one cup of any one of your favorite teas and when your done, you don't have to worry about any of the clean-up because it's dishwasher safe and really easy to clean!








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Known as Manjshuri, the God of Wisdom, the frightful mythological figure is known for taking-on Yama, the god of death, thus preserving the triumph of knowledge and wisdom over death, also known as ignorance in Buddhism. Concurrently, in his form as

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The Book of Green Tea

The Book of Green Tea

Published by Universe Pub 2015

ISBN 0789308533,9780789308535
160 pages

A guide to choosing, preparing, and serving green tea the Asian way introduces readers to everything they need to know about this ancient beverage. Original.

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The Gianguan Aucitons New York sale of antiques and decorative art slated for June 8th reflects the recent interest in exhibitons at the Metropolitan and Rubin Museums of Art in New York City, the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City and the Asian... The works of art range from Chinese ceramics and Tibetan deities to luxury brand wristwatches and diamond jewelry. The marquee item of the day is Lot 213, is a large gilt bronze figure of Vajrabhairava Yamantaka with Consort, one of eight Tibetan Buddhist protectors. Known as Manjshuri, the God of Wisdom, the frightful mythological figure is known for taking-on Yama, the god of death, thus preserving the triumph of knowledge and wisdom over death, also known as ignorance in Buddhism. Concurrently, in his form as Vajrabhairava, the deity is also associated with Bhairava, a form of Shiva who destroys the universe at the end of each Hindu epoch. In this duality, he is one of the most powerful gods of Tibetan lore. This sculpture presents Vajrabhairava with thirty-four arms, each holding a different implement, standing warrior-like atop a lotus base that supports a variety of prostrate figures. The deity’s primary arms, which are moveable, grasp his consort while holding a curved knife and skull cup. A remarkable example of bronze casting, the sculpture is comprised of separately formed and moveable parts. Vajrabhairava Yamantaka with Consort is expected to fetch $40,000 - $60,000. Other deities in the sale include Lot 212, a silver figure of Vajrasattva. She stands on a double lotus blossom, hands holding varja and wearing a robe with delineated pattern adorned with gems. Weighing 1,278 grams (about 42 ounces) the silver deity is expected to reach as much as $10,000. Another deity is lot 211, a Qing Dynasty gilt bronze figure of Bodhisattva atop a plinth decorated with mythical beasts. The estimate is $3,000 - $5,000. . Carved jades get off to a strong start with Lot 289, an unusual pair of Song Dynasty white jade dragons with fairies atop their backs. The powerfully carved beasts with bulging eyes, flared nostrils and barred teeth are captured mid-flight with their manes and tails flying. The stunningly handsome pair is of translucent jade with opaque buff inclusions. Three and one-half inches high by 7 inches long, the pair carries a pre-auction value of $80,000 - $100,000. Moderately valued jade carvings include Lot 270, a set of seven carved jade bi plaques. Lot 264, a fine white jade carving of Hehe Exrian - two laughing boys seated on a lotus pond. Lot 266, a Neolithic Oijia-culture recumbent sphinx with hair in a bun, and Lot 267, an Archaistic carving of Bixie. All are all valued at well under $10,000. As the market for fine Chinese ceramics continues to swell, buyers will consider the merits of Lot 203, a masterfully potted five-spout Famille Rose Lime-Turquoise bottle vase. Of the Qing Dynasty and featuring stylized lotus blossoms amid dense scrolling foliage and intertwined vines, the vase is 6 1/2 inches high. Is of the period and has the six-character Qianlong mark. The catalog estimate is $30,000 - $50,000. The counterpoint is Lot 202, a Qing Dynasty lavender glazed quatrefoil vase delicately incised with a roundel of dragons and phoenix among a Shou character. At 6 3/4 inches tall, of the period and bearing the Qianlong six character mark, the vase will command between $3,000 - $6,000. Lovers of scholars objects will find Lot 188, a Famille Rose double peach brush washer, to their liking. Growing out of a gnarled branch base, the finely enameled vessel is adorned with dense scrolling bats and vines, double symbols of longevity. Of the Qing Dynasty and market with the Yongzheng four-character mark, it carries an evaluation of $6,000 - $8,000. Of the same genre, Lot 192, A Ming Doucai brush washer with phoenix and peonies, is affordable at $1,000 - $2,000. . Mid-level... a wuchen date (1928) and two seals reading Tao and Zhai, the nearly 14-inch tall plaque (16 inches, with frame) is expected to bring $6,000 - $10,000. As expected in all Gianguan auctions, the highlights are merely the tips of deep collections... Specialty collections such as teapots and scholar items and gilt vessels are too numerous to mention here.

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