This new handmade work by Tan Yun is made of Red Clay. The clay is gentle, water flows out of the teapot smoothly, and the worksmanship is exquisite.
The design of this tea set is simple and elegant, such that you can make tea with you, wherever you go, as you want, and enjoy a good cup of tea in a fast-paced life.
Traditionally Hand-made Craftsmanship from Chaozhou, coupled with delicate zhuni clay, creates teaware with a better texture and higher quality. Chaozhou teapots have appreciated rapidly in price within the past two years and are part of many teaware collectors' collections.
This pot is fully handmade, with natural, fluid lines and a round, plump body, the straight spout connecting solidly with the body while maintaining symmetry with the ear-like handle, working together to enhance the harmony of the piece.
The graininess of black vermicelli is obvious. This unique mud texture is incomparable and replaceable by any kind of clay. The texture of the grain is full of sand and it is easy to be well-stocked.
The Zhuni Zisha Teapot is made using a potter's wheel. It can be completed in a short-period of time in the hands of a skilled craftsman. Its manufacturing process is complex, with more than 60 different production processes, lasting up to a period of 10-15 days.
This delicate Hanzhong Teapot, carefully crafted by the hard-working hands of Master Wang Ting, represents a fine manifestation of the ancient spirit of Han civility.
This teapot has a gourd-like or pear-like shape that is labelled as Siting (思亭 in Chinese). It is often classified as “semi-handmade” as the sculptor uses a molding tool to shape the body of the teapot, and uses his hands for the remaining parts of the teapot, including the handle, spout, holes and surface.
This pot is made of vermilion clay via traditional processes. The workmanship is top-tiered and the cover of the pot is flat, creating a tight seal over the pot which enhances the brewing of the tea.