"One Bead" Zhu Ni, a small coal kiln/140ml/2019 works, this is the only one.
One tool a day, today I will share my 2019 collection of Zisha teapot "One Bead" small coal kiln Zhu Ni with a capacity of 140ml. This is the only one. The Zisha teapot "One Bead" is a traditional pot style.
According to legend, it was created by Hui Mengchen, a famous purple clay pot maker between Mingqi and Chongzhen. The shape of a bead is simple, ancient charm, dignity and no lack of novelty, elegant atmosphere without losing masculinity, and its shape is lovable. A jug shaped like a watermelon can make a person's heart pure and quiet, and wash away the irritable mood in the dust. The reason is that there is a saying: When you are a melon, you can lie down and calm your mind. But the shape of a grain is like a pearl, round and jade, full and transparent, with a large bead on the body and a small bead on the button, which are inseparable like "mother and child beads". However, no matter what the shape is, the generous and generous shape of a bead and its exquisiteness are the same. The so-called "tea and Zen blindly", tasting tea requires calmness, and the elegant mood brought by a bead can give people. A peaceful mood. A beaded purple clay pot has a long history, and its shape has strict requirements on the integrity of the pot, requiring full strength and integrated visual perception. The pot body is rounded, without neck, slightly curved, the mouth cover is embedded, and the small round bead button is round and pleasing. A bead is more classic as a traditional pot type, and it is difficult to work because the entire shape has all the lines. It is a round line, a round mouth, a round body, and a round handle. The key is that the center of gravity of all circles must be coordinated. Together but different, it shouldn't be bloated while being round. The stiffness of the lines must still be preserved. It is difficult to deal with the tension in the tangential direction of the circle. A good purple clay pot will inevitably make the maker and the audience fully associate, and then appreciate its artistic value.