Shuangshi Song Huang Tiliang Pot Carved with Shuangshi Tea Cultivation Slices About 650ml Carbon Stove Electric Pottery Stove Open flames are available
The ancients drank tea by putting the teapot on the tea stove to cook, and the lifting pot was the most convenient choice. The tall lifting beam is horizontally framed on the body of the pot, allowing people to avoid the scorching heat when cooking, and can be extracted freely. The so-called beam pot, in the Song Dynasty, the beam pot became more and more perfect, and the noble and poor people used it as a vegetarian. The home thing is a flashing cloud that is always bright in the faded ancient paintings. They boiled thick and thick tea, just like boiled their careless lives. The ancients used beam pots to make tea. Later, although the tea drinking habits changed, the distribution of boiling water and tea was implemented. However, the form of the handle was retained until it was applied to the purple sand pot during the Jiajing period of the Ming Dynasty. It became an important part of today's teapot type: the handle pot. Since ancient times, the traditional beam pot has a characteristic description: small mouth, trickle, bulging belly, flat bottom, and cover.
Today I will share with you tea friends a double lion Song Huang Tiliang pot, engraved with double lion tea, with a capacity of about 650ml. Carbon stove and electric pottery stove can be used with open flames. This beamed kettle is carved with double lions as auspicious themes. It presents a "joyful and auspicious" vibe, which implies auspiciousness and peacefulness. The pottery needs to be fired a second time, the first time is unfired, the water in the soil is drained, and then the grass ash glaze is applied. Enter the kiln for the second firing. If there are defects, you will have to do the third and the fourth firing. The resulting utensils are smooth and delicate, and there is no trace. If you look closer, you can see the faint ice cracks. The key factors for firing pottery are: mud, glaze, and fire. 72 processes witness the traces of handwork. While craftsmanship is inherited by ancient methods, it also seeks to be close to modern life, taking care of every detail and the temperature of handwork. Transmitting the romantic aesthetics of history and dialogue with time and space, such vessels can naturally reach the depths of the soul.