Cloisonne refers to a glaze on the cloisonne. The gem-like crystal blue is the most pleasing color firing in Ming Dynasty Jing-Tai year (1450-1456), as a result, we call the colored enamel cloisonne (Jing-Tai blue). The ancients used to call all the blue colors "green" In the Chinese traditional "five elements" , green (blue) is one of them, represents to "wood" , on behalf of theEast, and is a symbol of all things initiation in spring.
The three colors of teapot of wealth and fantasy, silver-vermilion, cloisonne, and dawn black, are the basis of pot body. Decorating with three-dimensional painting of peonies on gold color, shows essence in sophistication, as if being accompanied by tea and enjoying the quiet and fantastic times.