According to legend, Gong Chuan was a book boy in Wu Yishan’s family. When he was studying at the Jinshan Temple, he secretly learned from the old monk in the temple to make teapots. He used the old monk to wash his hands and settled the pottery clay on the bottom of the tank, imitating the gall of the big ginkgo tree next to Jinsha Temple. A teapot was made in the shape of a tumor, and the pattern on the gall was carved on it. To commemorate him, the world called this type of pot as the Gong Chaun teapot. Many tea lovers like to offer spring pots, so today my website www .txs-tea.com will sell a Qing Hui Duan Ni small Gong Chun, with a capacity of 110ml, semi-handmade. The first step in the production process is to slap the mud pieces and place the cooked mud on the mud stool with a wooden scaffold. The beating, beating into mud, the second cloth, the body tube, the slapping body tube, the third cloth, and the body tube slapping forming is not a simple step, but multiple steps repeated. Each step is close to the final forming stage, but the requirements of each step are different. In the fourth step, the texture of the pot body is made with special tools to make the mottled texture of the spring pot body. The fifth cloth is used to make the spout with the help of tools. The handle and the lid are the process of making a semi-handmade teapot. The beauty of this spring pot is back to the original and natural.
First, the rounded body of the pot gives people a sense of pleasure, and the handle of the pot is like a branch, with rounded lines and strong strength.
Second, the weathering on the surface of the pot is like tree lines and cracks, as if it were old and spicy branches that only appeared after a century of vicissitudes.
Third, the work seems to be natural, and the laws of nature run through the entire pot. The fourth is that the shape of the pot button is just like a ganoderma. The posture is very cute. It is unique and free.