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- Material: Pottery
- Origin: Dehua, Quanzhou.
- Teapot: 11.2cm x 8.5cm, capacity 200ml.
- The ashes and flames produced by the burning of firewood should be transferred into the kiln, causing natural ash falling on the body. After a long period of high temperature, they will be fused into a natural gray glaze, which is different from ordinary gorgeous and bright glazes; it emits a kind of simplicity, richness and ancient beauty, this is why wood-fired pottery artists are fascinated by it and devote a lot of effort to pursue it.
- The porcelain glaze shows the traces of burning and the ash glaze from burning wood. The glaze color changes due to the changes in the kiln fire. Each piece has its own glaze and texture.
- Firewood pursues nature and simplicity, and is as natural as nature. The combination of its "fire marks" and the glaze makes the oil and gold shine brightly.
- The basic materials of ceramic form are soil and water. Only when people master the plasticity and rheology of water and soil. As well as molding methods and firing rules, can promote the emergence and evolution of pottery forms and make the utensils produce beautiful forms.
- Adhering to traditional handcrafting, every touch gives the teaware vitality. Let the tea ware take shape, decorate the kiln and change the glaze color, and grow into its own shape, with a lively and agile posture.
- High-temperature calcination is an ancient kiln-firing process, and the kiln temperature reaches about one thousand degrees Celsius. The beating of tongues of fire creates ever-changing textures. The interaction between fire and earth is the blooming of pottery.
Fendai Pear-shaped Teapot