In the late Qing Dynasty, the art of purple clay pots became more and more mature, and the royal families of Thailand, Malaysia and other Southeast Asian countries often custom-made purple sand wrapping. , Affected by this, the edging technique of Zisha pot continues to this day. Among them, the gold-clad purple sand teapot is one of the most widely circulated. It is luxurious and exquisite, and gold is more low-key and luxurious, reproducing the ancient style and new charm of traditional Chinese culture, making it a good tool for both appreciation and use.
"Small coal kiln Zhu Ni pear shape"
Author: Peng Chao
Mud: raw ore small coal kiln Zhu Ni
The simple and quaint Ming style collides with the small and sharp pear-shaped teapot, and the bright and oily small coal kiln vermilion mud is decorated with dazzling gold.
This pear-shaped pot is a tribute to the ancestors. It is the only one. It is slightly improved from the prototype of the Mengchen pear-shaped pot. It is well-proportioned, with a large mouth cover, a full abdomen, and the fetal mud is cinnabar-colored.
The author Peng Chao, born in 1987, is a skilled craftsman. He is good at copying ancient red clay utensils, with fine craftsmanship and excellence.
The whole pot is in the shape of the early Qing Dynasty. The lines are ancient and rhyme, the rotation is smooth, the roundness is soft, the neck is slid, the center of the pot body moves down, and the belly of the pot is round and full, with a sense of stability and simplicity; with a flat type The Go button is vertical in the middle, and the base is placed on it, which is very beautiful and flexible; the ring is thick and thin, and the style is simple and light. The lines of the whole device are simple and elegant, and it is elegant and out of the dust.
This pear style is completely imitated by the ancients, that is, it is formed in one time without the whole mouth. The original hand-molding technique is inherently "thankful", and the control of dimensional shrinkage changes before and after the clay is fired is also very easy for craftsmen to do, so it is even more precious. The craftsmen have passed on for thousands of years, and the white clouds and dogs are changing rapidly, but some things have never changed. We pay tribute to the original intention with ingenuity, adhere to the spirit of craftsmanship, and cultivate ourselves deeply.