Coated with white glaze, white porcelain grows out of celadon and is one of traditional Chinese porcelains. In the Tang Dynasty (618-907), white porcelain was called Fake White Jade. Since the Tang Dynasty (618-907), many kilns have been engaged in producing white porcelain tea set. Among them are Xing Kiln in Renqiu of Hebei Province, Yue Kiln in Yuyao of Zhejiang Province Changsha Kiln in Hunan Province, and Dayi Kiln in Sichuan Province. The most famous is the white porcelain tea set produced in Jingdezhen of Jiangxi Province, which has been well-known worldwide. Jingdezhen white porcelain is as white as snow, as thin as paper, and as clear as mirror. In addition, its sound is as pleasing to the ear as the chime stone. The earliest white porcelain tea set had a light yellowish brown body. Its glaze was milk white tinted with greenish yellow. The glaze accumulation is green and the glaze coating is thin and looks moist. With a sparkling white color and delicate and graceful design, white porcelain tea set has a high value in artistic appreciation. Meanwhile, its pure white texture can better set off the color of various tea soups. Finally, it performs well in heat transmission and preservation. It is indeed a rare utensil for tea drinking.