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Capacity: ~120ml  Fully Handmade Material: Authentic and high grade Zhuni from Huang Long Shan.  Artist: 陆知航 Lu Zhi H...


Capacity: ~120ml 

Fully Handmade

Material: Authentic and high grade Zhuni from Huang Long Shan. 

Artist: 陆知航 Lu Zhi Hang (Exclusively signed with One Space) 

Lu Zhi Hang, an experienced and skilled crafter with 15 years of expertise, specializes in the intricate art of Zhuni clay. He actively seeks out new opportunities to push his boundaries and this piece is a proof of that. Each piece is a collaborative effort, with the shape supervised by our lead artist Ma Pin Yi, adding an extra layer of artistic value.


This Huanglong Mountain Zhuni has a primitive appearance. We don’t use the quality of clay as a selling point but we guarantee its authenticity and high-grade. It’s important to note that a well-made Zisha teapot is more than just good quality clay - it’s a standard, not a selling point. The original piece is a Zhuni Mo Gu teapot from the late Qing Dynast. It was exclusively redesigned by Master Ma Pinyi and made by Lu Zhihang, a Zhuni expert contracted by one space.


The pot's waistline is folded, creating a distinct separation between the upper and lower portions. This unique feature is the result of a special crafting technique called "Pin Jie Fa" or splicing method. The spout of the pot has a "three-bend" San Wan Liu design, which requires exceptional skill to achieve a smooth pour. The lid, spout, and handle are round and plump, creating a strong contrast to the playful, skirt-shaped body and crisp lines. The design of the pot is taut and visually striking. The waistline is sturdy but not sharp, with a pleasing, substantial feel. The lid has been reinforced to provide greater strength. The straight waistline adds to the pot's appeal.

The artist must be extremely careful in the production process to achieve the powerful appearance of the pot body. The making of the body is more challenging than creating an ordinary pot body and is a time-consuming task. If the artist is not careful, the pot may collapse, and the lines of the body and barrel may become inconsistent, resulting in the loss of strength and freedom of the pot. Achieving the desired outcome requires a very subtle grasp and highly developed skills and patience.

This pot possesses a charismatic yet calm personality. It is playful and elegant, confident yet humble, simple and primitive yet extremely modern. It's hard to imagine that the original design of this pot was made by an artist in the late Qing Dynasty.

Many people believe that antique Zisha teapots are superior to modern ones. However, this is a misconception. In fact, the production techniques used to create most antique Zisha pots are less complex than those used today, including the aesthetic proportions of the pots. While there are now more sophisticated tools available for creating these pots, they are also much more practical for the brewing habits of today. Nevertheless, the beauty of antiques lies in the patina of time that they acquire over the years. 

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