The Shui Ping Zisha teapot is a common teapot shape in Yixing Zisha teapots, but many people don’t know why it is called the Shui Ping teapot? The Shui Ping teapot is named after its spout, spout, and handle are level with three points and one line. It was first used to meet the demand for more tea in Gongfu tea, and in order to increase the amount of tea in the tea. To achieve the maximum water volume, Shui Ping became the best choice. The lines of the Shui Ping teapot are concise but not simple. The strength starts from the bottom of the teapot, the lid opens, the transition to the eruption of the body, and finally at the bottom of the pot. The perfect ending, the whole pot has no extra lines, but the transition is natural and smooth, showing the charm of power and line interpretation. The tension of the body and the subtle changes of the flow all reflect the beauty of it. The Shui Ping teapot is beautiful. The pursuit is to use the simplest and least lines to pursue a sense of rhythm. This minimalist beauty is the highest state of oriental aesthetics. The Shui Ping teapot is a virtuous tool, which reflects the personality of centrality and peace. It will not suddenly make you like a flower. Sit, you don’t need to spend a lot of money to own it. It’s indisputable. When you put it on a tea tray, you will feel it is unpretentious, sitting dignified, and silently prepare a pot of good tea with fragrance and fragrance for you. It does not apply. The powder was slowly nourished by the tea, and turned into a crimson, oily, glamorous beauty. It will always be a versatile product on the tea table. It harmonizes the atmosphere of all the tea tables and gets along with the utensils in harmony. The classic level pot is easy to use. It is basically a one-to-one ratio of width and height, which makes it convenient for brewing. Its spherical belly is conducive to the extension of the leaves, so that the tea leaves can be fully soaked in water, the sword flows out, and the thickness changes greatly, increasing the pressure, refreshing and refreshing. The shape is simple. My website www.txs-tea.con now sells Lao Zhu Ni Shui Ping teapots made by my good friend Huang Dan, with two capacities of 100cc/120cc. If you like Shuiping teapots, please order.