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- Material: Pottery
- Origin: Dehua, Quanzhou.
- Teapot: 11.5cm x 8.2cm, capacity 120ml.
- First of all, it is very important to select materials for firewood burning, and pine wood is selected as the raw material for burning. Due to the unique material properties of pine wood, the fired ashes form a glaze that is more natural, rich and returns to its original nature. And it does not contain any chemical raw materials, so it is healthy.
- Chai Kiln is an ancient firing method. Wood is the main fuel for the kiln. When firing pottery, the porcelain body is covered to isolate the wood ash from the fire and avoid direct contact with it, so that the glaze color of the product remains consistent. There is ash on the glaze or traces of fire on the carcass. What the wood burning technique pursues is the natural combination of wood ashes and earth.
- High-quality wood-burning tea sets are directly fired at 1,300 degrees over high fire for more than four days and four nights. The tea sets themselves have been petrified and porcelain, and will absorb the infrared rays in the fire, making the tea sets magnetic. When drinking tea or water, these far-infrared rays will activate the water; coupled with the minerals in the teapot itself, the converted water is very easy for the human body to absorb and is also very good for the body.
- 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.
Underglaze Red Linglong Pot