Name : Ju Lun
Size : 9cm*9cm*7.5cm
Volume : 150 ml
Material : Qing hui zi ni
Recommend Tea : Black tea, old white tea, blacke green tea, puer
This Ju Lun was made by a potter from Yixing YinchenStudio. This teapot use Qing hui zi ni. The ore of Qing hui ni appears to be grey - purple - brown, relatively hard, containing a small amount of fine , white mica fragments. There are green spots on the ore and the surface is textured. The refined clay is more delicate and has good plasticity, firing temperature range is general. After firing, it is brown -purple , with thin pear skin shape. It's firm and dense, pure smooth on surface, exquisite and rich in color. After a certain high temperature, it is purple - black tone. It’s a half-handmade teapot.
This Ju Lun from Ming Dynasty is featured by the shape of the wheel, It has the beaded shape body and the dc spout. The shape is ancient and plain, sending out a strong ancient breath, the vessel shape is concise, Its easy to pour tea dregs, dc water burst, so practical it is.