De Zhong teapot 120ml
Zisha teapot is a vessel for making tea. If you want to give full play to its performance, you must understand this teapot. Today, I will share with you a hand-made Zhu Ni De Zhong teapot and the story of this teapot.
The De Zhong teapot was created by Shao Daheng, a master of purple sand in the Qing Dynasty. It is one of the finest utensils in the Guangsu modeling sand teapot. It is simple and simple. It washes away the customs of the Qing Dynasty palace. The folks say that Shao Daheng used a De Zhong teapot to save The story of human life.
The story goes like this. At that time, a prefect of Suzhou in the Qing Dynasty liked to collect purple clay pots, and regarded the tycoon pots he owned as a treasure. Unexpectedly, one day he was accidentally broken by a maid, and the maid asked the maid to pay for it in anger. . Upon hearing the news, Daheng Shao hurriedly picked a dozen pots he made and sent them to the house. He said to the prefect, you can pick one, and I will compensate the maid instead. The prefect was very happy, and he caught Dezhong's pot at a glance and released the maid.
Afterwards, the prefect and Shao Daheng discussed whether he could sell all the remaining pots to him. Shao Daheng didn't say a word, and swept it with the pole that carried the pot, and a dozen pots suddenly fell into pieces. The prefect felt very distressed and asked Shao Daheng why he would rather break it than sell it to him. Shao Daheng said, if so many pots are broken in your hands, I don't know how many lives will be killed.
Mr. Gu Jingzhou wrote in his book "Yixing Zisha Treasures": "Deqing, frugality, elegance, neutrality, and love for those who are destined to the pot, if you meet this treasure, you will be able to live upright and respect it. Heart. The name of the sand pot in this shape is roughly as follows: Dezhong, Zhongde, German-Chinese, and Chinese-German.” It can be seen that there are many names for this pot, among which Dezhong is the most familiar to the public. No matter which name it is, it praises the virtue of a gentleman.
Zhong is an ancient musical instrument used for ritual and music. Dezhong takes the clock as its prototype, with a dignified and stable shape, coordinated proportions and rigorous structure.Direct current, ear-shaped, with the demeanor of a gentleman. The line of the pot shoulder is round and extremely natural. The roots of the flow and the shoulder line are naturally combined, each extending and turning, showing a sparse and atmospheric charm.
The top and bottom of the teapot spout are round lines, like lips lightly pursed, calm and dignified, with a calm expression. The thin line on the lid is a real magical brush for decoration. Its thickness, width, and position are all just right. Virtue means being a person and doing things roundly and ethically.
Zhu Ni de Zhong 120ml, all handmade. Zhu Ni is a kind of mud in red mud of purple sand. It is named for its main component red mud (high iron content).