Tao Ming Tang Hexagonal Begonia tea cup(六方海棠杯)
Jingdezhen · taomingtang pottery tea cup, plant gray glaze: plant ash is the ash explosion material left after the combustion of firewood. The plant ash is ground into small particles of carbide. As a colorant for glaze, it is the grass and wood gray glaze, which is the earliest invention of glaze in ancient China. It is made from natural plant gray glaze. Because of the difference of its material content, the glaze color is unique and gives the pot ware a sense of primitive simplicity. Practicability: white pottery mud is small, with many pores, high density, strong air permeability of water molecules and air exchange. When boiling water for tea making, it can absorb impurities in water, so as to purify water quality and taste soft and smooth. With the increase of service time, the carcass will gradually show yellow lines, and develop the interaction between the virtual and the real, mottled and interlaced traces of time, adding ancient charm to the pot. Today, I want to share with you the Tao Ming Tang tea cup, which originated in the Tang Dynasty, was named after its shape similar to the blooming Begonia flower, and became a very popular style from the Tang Dynasty to the Song Dynasty. The shape of this cup is simple and elegant. The cup body is round and high, simple and elegant.
Material: white pottery mud, grass and wood ash
Size: 9cm in diameter and 5cm in height
The cup is made by hand, with plants and plants in glaze. It is natural and natural. In three days, it can produce natural "white kappa pieces". It is dignified and elegant. Order: www.txs-tea.com 。