limited edition Chrysanthemum petal Zhu Ni teapot
limited edition Chrysanthemum petal Zhu Ni teapot
limited edition Chrysanthemum petal Zhu Ni teapot
limited edition Chrysanthemum petal Zhu Ni teapot
limited edition Chrysanthemum petal Zhu Ni teapot
limited edition Chrysanthemum petal Zhu Ni teapot
limited edition Chrysanthemum petal Zhu Ni teapot
limited edition Chrysanthemum petal Zhu Ni teapot

limited edition Chrysanthemum petal Zhu Ni teapot

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"Tea itself is a language, and tea utensils have their own language. Whether it is valuable or not is actually not the point. It is the meaning of not being able to meet the needs of the tea table, the needs of the tea, or the needs of the tea people." Tea today and everyone  Friends share a limited edition purple sand teapot: "Chrysanthemum-petal Zhu Ni Teapot" with a capacity of 110ml and 150ml, a typical ribbed pot style. The shape is dignified, and the mouth, lid, knobs and the texture of the pot body are precisely matched. A curved mouth is in the chrysanthemum.  The petals are born in the center, close to the rhyme, the long end handles the flow like water, the lower is flying, the appearance is elegant, the body, the lid, and the button are properly balanced. The ribs and veins are the same. The mouth and lid are anastomosed and belong to the mother-child line.  It is composed of sixteen equal-ratio ribs, which can be changed in any position, and the configuration is precise.  The chrysanthemum-petal teapot is complicated in production. In the early days, the body was usually rounded out and then the ribs were divided equally. The squares showed the tension of the ribs. In the late Qing Dynasty, it was replaced by pottery molds, not as good as handmade. The Zhu Ni chrysanthemum teapot in the Qing Dynasty  The production is limited to a few pottery people, most of them have no money, even if they have the money, they are rare transmitters, such as Pei Lin, Bing Rong, Yuan Yulong, Chen Yinlong, and Ge Zihou. "Pei Lin" is very valuable, and many tea friends  I am also enamoured of it, so I customized this pot to look like the actual Peelin pot. It took several months. It was made by hand using good raw Zhu Ni clay material. This Zhu Ni chrysanthemum petal pot has a rich beauty in terms of mud color performance.  Under the light and shadow mapping, the rhythm of light and dark can best reflect the multi-faceted appearance of the mud. The old pot naturally has its charm. The new pot will absorb the taste of tea, the color of tea, and the temperature of your hands for a long time, so as to show a certain degree of moisturization and color.

 

 

 

Because of people's objections, it is very interesting to follow the master's breath to grow, and the more you raise the better, this is a very interesting thing.


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