Private customized top wrinkled leather Zhu Ni small Si Ting teapot 90cc
Stone yellow mud, out of Zhaozhuang Mountain, that is, the stone bones that have not touched the wind and the sun. Tao Zhi is changed to cinnabar color. ——Ming. Zhou Gaoqi "Yangxian Minghu Fu" This is the record of Zhaozhuang Zhuni in the literature.
The Zhu Clay of Zhaozhuang has been excavated and used since the Ming Dynasty. Because of its long history and high quality, it is quite famous at home and abroad. Among the many Zhu Clays, the wrinkled Clay Clay is the most precious. Today’s private custom Si Ting purple clay pot is made of Zhaozhuang wrinkled skin vermilion clay. Zhaozhuang wrinkled skin vermilion clay is difficult to excavate and difficult to find, plus the special old taste after firing. Together with the small coal kiln Zhu mud, it is called the treasure player-level mud. If the small coal kiln Zhu mud plays with its delicate and beautiful, what Zhao Zhuang Zhu mud plays is his simple and old taste, from Huang Shi From the hard ore under the mine to the real cinnabar mud, it takes 5-6 times of repeated kiln firing to shape its texture in order to achieve the optimal state. The long time of mineralization also gives this pot extremely heavy sandiness. Compared with oiliness, even the new pot will give people the illusion that the pulp will come out before soaking. The precious mud is often difficult to tame, and the high rate of defective products also becomes the wrinkled vermilion mud that makes people love and hate. Characteristic, the finished product can see many vertical strips of wrinkles, such as the gully carved on it. This kind of wrinkle only appeared occasionally on a few old Zhu clay pots in Ming and Qing Dynasties. It is full of ancient meaning and is unique to Zhaozhuang's wrinkled skin Zhu clay. Look closely at the pot body, there are a lot of small black spots. This is the iron rich in the vermilion ore deposits on the surface of the pot at high temperature. When the pot is made, it is not deliberately blended to hide it, but it retains its original flavor. Fully handmade pot, 90ml sketches, exquisite and round, plump and elegant, Si Ting, originally named. The surname is Lu, the purple clay pot artist and ceramic artist in the early Qing Dynasty, as well as Meng Chen, Yi Gong, Jun De and other masters in making pots. Because of the reputation, the shape of the pots made is favored by many tea customers, and it has been developed over time. The classic "Si Ting pot" named after himself. The author of this pot is Mr. Xu Linfeng, a national craftsman, born in 1970. For more than 30 years, he has been learning and innovating continuously and has been loved by collectors and has become Zisha A well-known young talented potter in the Zhuni industry, a handful of purple sand works, from the selection, production, to shaping, are personally and meticulous. Because Zhuni is prone to deformation and cracking during production, it is very important to the pot maker. The process requirements are also particularly high.