Hand-made Chai Shao utensils are 70% man-made and 30% nature made. It is a collaboration between man and nature. Today’s "Chai Shao silver-wrapped tea cup" has a capacity of 30ml. After the opening of the kiln, Tongxinshe Teahouse was the first to go to Jingdezhen Jiamu Shao Studio. Only carefully selected, every touch and dust has its own fun, hereby brought to tea lovers.
This tea cup was made using the ancient Chai Yao method. After being fired naked from the kiln, the traces on the object will change with the natural falling ash, giving it a sense of random uncertainty and mystery. In order to pursue the light and transparent texture of the cup, Jia Mu Shao Studio specially selected high-quality porcelain clay as raw material. Using the ancient wood burning process, using fresh pine wood combined with other miscellaneous wood as fuel, it can produce rich kiln changes.
During the long process of firing, ashes naturally fell on the utensils, causing kiln changes. After firing, there were traces of flames on the surface of the utensils, forming a wonderful glaze. Even experienced craftsmen have difficulty controlling the final effect of wood-fired utensils in a balanced manner. It is precisely because of this unknown that Chai Shao's finished products are particularly valuable.
The color of the teacup noodle kiln is charming, with the outer wall gradually changing from gray to white, and warm yellow falling into it, forming a contrast between warm and cold tones. There are 2 types of this tea cup, one of which has a 999.99 silver-covered rim, and the cup body is inlaid with sterling silver "Jia Mu Shao Logo" decoration. The metal texture is cool and clear, and the details are more thoughtful and add a sense of coolness. The charm of the other one is without any decoration.
The charm of Chai Yao lies in the dance of glaze and fire. This eclectic charm is worth sharing with tea lovers.