Handmade utensils incorporate the full attention and warmth of the craftsman, which cannot be replaced by a regular assembly line. Every inch of handling and every bit of strength are the special marks of the utensils, and are the reasons why those who love utensils cherish them.
Today I recommend an innovative practical tool to everyone. The ancient method of Chai Shao, natural falling dust, silver-wrapped and curium pot craftsmanship, is a natural blend of nature and artificiality. It is simple and elegant, which enhances the overall artistry and makes it appear smart and interesting.
Chai Shao refers to ceramic products fired using firewood as fuel. It is an ancient and very difficult skill. Making wares with firewood not only tests the craftsman's manual skills, but also pays attention to the combination of earth, fire, firewood and kiln. Relationship, every link in it is critical, they are interlocked and indispensable. Because of the difficulty of Chai Shao craftsmanship, there are fewer and fewer people making Chai Shao nowadays, let alone following the ancient tradition. France, and today he brings us this Jia Mu Shao Chai Shao teapot. He has not only been committed to the production of handmade Chai Shao porcelain, but also has a special liking for the ancient wood-fired craftsmanship.
In his opinion, only porcelain fired according to the ancient wood-fired process can perfectly show the true mystery and warmth of wood-fired. The firewood used in the firewood-fired dragon egg brought today is extraordinary. All are fresh pine wood, and they can only be burned in the kiln when the oil is at its richest and the dry and wet parts are equal. In the molten state of burning, pine wood undergoes complex chemical changes. At this point, the soil, kiln fire, and fallen ash blend with each other to form a wonderful and unreplicable glaze effect. It can be said that every wood-fired utensil, All are unique and cannot be copied.
The silver-wrapped teapot + curium nail craftsmanship is smart and elegant, the overall workmanship is exquisite, and the details show ingenuity. At the same time, the two traditional decorative techniques of silver cladding and curium nails are used, which tests the skill and aesthetics of the maker. Silver cladding is one of the traditional decorative techniques. Its craftsmanship is refined and highly ornamental, but the production is time-consuming and labor-intensive. The spout and the edge of the lid are covered with silver, which not only enhances the beauty and artistry of the whole pot, but also effectively protects the pot itself and makes it less likely to be damaged. Nails are a unique method of repairing utensils and have been used for thousands of years. History. This pot uses curium nails as decorative elements, which is coherent and interesting.
The whole pot is small but powerful. It is weighed by the hand and has a golden capacity of 120cc, which meets the daily drinking needs. It is worth mentioning that this pot has a porous design, which is convenient for filtering tea residues and can keep the water flowing out smoothly, making drinking tea convenient. .