For thousands of years, the Chinese have always believed that tea is the attitude of human beings to face nature and to face their own hearts. Tea is a kind of life, with all the hardships and joys coming. Today, Tongxinshe Teahouse recommends a "Hugua Zisha Teapot" to all tea lovers.
Material: purple clay
Size: 70mm (abdominal diameter) * 107mm (including: handle, flow) * 76mm
The gourd pot was first seen in the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty. According to legend, during the Qian and Jia Dynasties of the Qing Dynasty, Chen Mansheng, a literati from Hangzhou who was known as one of the "Eight Great Masters of Xiling", participated in the creation of the Zisha teapot during the period of his official residence in Liyang County. Mansheng pots have become synonymous with literati pots, and are sought after by collectors and purple clay lovers.
This pot has the same effect as the Mansheng gourd pot, and the new design is rare. The original intention of the pot is to ease the pain of missing, but the inscription on the body of the pot is the most suitable for drinking tea, which means auspiciousness and happiness. Since then, it has become a A classic style of Zisha teapot.
This purple sand gourd pot is made of "black star sand" from the original ore of Huanglong Mountain.
The three Gulf Streams are elegant and subtle, and the lid and the body are connected by a "cut lid", maintaining a perfect and smooth atmosphere. The color of this pot is steady, beautiful and delicate, and "very easy to maintain", and it is even more moist as jade after being pulped.