Li Shi Teapot
Clays: Lao Zi NI & Ben Lu Ni
Description: At first sight, the unique shape of this teapot is reminiscent of Korla Pear in Xinjiang, China. Today, it is recommended to use two different clays. The same style of Li Shi teapot made by Lao Zi Ni and Ben Lu Ni, Li Shi teapot is a classic teapot. It's nourishing and beautiful. It's easy to see it. It's not surprising that the old saying goes, there's no pear in your hand, it's hard to say anything about tea. The flowing buttons are all bionic. The handle of pear is used as the button. It's vigorous and upward. It's full of breath. The trunk and branches are used as the flow. The branches are slightly warped and vivid. It's not only plain and elegant but also beautiful. It's steady and refreshing It's popular. The pear shaped small pot has a capacity of 120ml, enough for 2-3 people to chat with each other. In their spare time, they can take a dip in Wuyishan Yan For Cha or Pu'er tea, you can enjoy the unique charm of pear style when you put and close the tea soup and taste the tea soup. Special attention: due to the reasons of shape, volume and archaism, each pot with a single hole is designed with high-end stainless steel filter screen. You can load and unload it by yourself according to your preference. This batch of Lao Zi Ni and Ben LV Ni The pear shaped small pot is made by firing at high temperature, in which the sand grains of various colors are looming, and the light is dark spontaneously. The hand touch is delicate, which makes people want to touch the teapot more, and the teapot will become very beautiful after brewing.