Qiu Shui teapot Li Pi Zhu Ni 110cc
A zisha teapot held in your hands can bring you warmth and relieve the indifference of the world, can adjust the bitterness and sweetness of life. Just like a conversation with someone who understands you and cares about you, it can help you achieve the peace of mind. Zisha teapot seems to have no life, but in fact, after numerous times it is soaked in tea and carefully handled, it seems to gain its own soul and returns the warmth to its master, which gives true joy.
Today I am sharing a Li Pi Zhu Ni "Qiu Shui" purple sand pot made by my friend Huang Dan's studio, semi-hand-made, 110cc capacity. This teapot is one of the classic models of small teapots. With traditional shape and exquisite lines, the flow of water leads upward from the body with less force and more softness, with a delicate form. Everyone's sense of beauty is different and not everyone will like it, but for me this teapot is just like a tall and nimble beautiful lady.
This teapot style originated in the Jia Dao period of the Qing Dynasty, and was loved by the tea drinkers in southern Fujian at that time. Its small and delicate shape represents the kind of aesthetics that span time and space. Each teapot is a feeling and a story. A teapot is a confidant of tea and tea people's soulmate. When you try to interpret it with a heart, a teapot also turns out to have a life. Purple sand carries the feelings of many tea people. The history of a purple sand teapot is a history of tea people and their emotions.
You can find this teapot at my website www.txs-tea.com. Only two teapots available.