Friends who like purple sand must have heard the saying [no pear in hand, nothing to say]. This sentence firstly reflects the popularity of the pear-style pot, and secondly reflects its practicality.
The pear style takes the shape of fruit, which is beautiful and interesting. It is especially loved by tea lovers when used to make tea. Today, Tongxinshe Teahouse recommends a pear-shaped teapot to tea lovers. This teapot follows the old taste of Ming and Qing Dynasties. 100cc is handmade, with 20,000 bundles of Dahongpao material, and a small pear full of style. Master Jie's work.
The Zhuni pot style in Ming and Qing Dynasties has always been the favorite of countless teapots. One is for its shape, and the other is for its taste. This work is made of selected top-grade Zhu Ni. The body is shallow and the mouth is wide, the lines are full and the belly is full. The spout and the handle of the pot are slender and beautiful, just like the slender hands of a beautiful woman. The flat lid is pressed, and the lid is slightly thicker. The overall proportion is coordinated, the lines are soft and elegant, and the simple and honest color brings people a harmonious beauty that returns to the original.
The author, Hui Yunjie, born in the 1990s with powerful pottery hands, descendant of Hui Mengchen, a master of vermilion clay in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties, is a cutting-edge contemporary vermilion clay master. He grew up in an atmosphere of purple sand art since he was a child. Over the years, it has been intensively researched and handcrafted with vermilion clay. It is fond of ancient times and has a lot of experience. The products produced seek style and refinement.
2022 Yunzangzhai Autumn Auction Purple Rhyme and Tiancheng Purple Clay Art — Hui Yunjie
Zhuni dwarf pear
Estimated price: RMB 15,000-20,000
Transaction price: RMB 20,700