Ming Shi Gong Deng 110ml
The Ming-style purple sand fashion is mostly simple in form, but the quality hidden behind it is very sophisticated. Today we bring you such a simple but not simple Ming-style purple sand teapot with palace lanterns.
The "Palace Lantern" is a shape evolved from the Ming Dynasty pot maker Shi Dabin, who boldly innovated and evolved into the creation of the purple clay pot. It became a popular element at the time and quickly spread to the palace. Since then, the purple sand pot has become famous all over the world, and the status of the purple sand has also reached its peak. Today, this small and classic pot is based on the classic Ming palace lantern pot. The shape is slightly improved, from teacher Xu Yue Feng, capacity: 110ml, the whole body of the pot is small and full, the round body is stable and not frivolous; the three-bay spout is raised, the water is strong, and the water is cut off neatly; the handle Small, but full of tension, in the hand, light and comfortable, with a round body and wide mouth structure, which not only gives the tea more space to stretch when making tea, but also makes it a simple task to clean the tea dregs. Zhu Ni The shrinkage is relatively high, so most of them are sketch pots. This work is made by teacher Xu Yuefeng using Dahongpao Zhu Ni. The whole vessel is dignified and handsome, with outstanding charm, ruddy color, elegant shape, large mouth and small belly, and is deeply loved by pot lovers.
Xu Yuefeng: Under the tutelage of Jiang Youming, he insisted on making handmade vermilion clay for more than ten years.
With a solid foundation and traditional and elegant works, he has a good reputation in the Yixing Zisha Zhuni circle.