The tea liquid flows easily from the smooth and round mouth of the tea pitcher and stops quickly and cleanly. After fine grinding and polishing, the bottom of this tea pitcher becomes smooth and neat, which will never hurt the tea table or tea tray. Handwritten Chinese characters (“静”,“禅”,“悟”,“道”) not only gives the tea pitcher a thick sense of Zen, but also endows it with a higher appreciation value. Generally speaking, this tea pitcher with elegant lines and radians, unique furnace transmutation color, is very convenient to use.
Furnace transmutation makes this handwritten calligraphy porcelain tea pitcher more unique and sets off the tea liquid more beautiful.
The occurrence of 窑变 "furnace transmutation" is probably simply an accidental event in the ceramic manufacturing process, and also probably the result of some unpredictable and uncontrolled color changes happened on porcelain surface caused by temperature variations inside the kiln. No wonder people say one original glazing color can create many unpredictable beautiful colors, which manifest the secret of ancient oriental ceramic art.
Chaozhou, the coastal city of Guangdong province, whose ceramics production history is more than 1300 years, is one of the birthplaces of Chinese ceramic culture and Chinese largest arts and crafts porcelain production base. In April, 2014, Chaozhou won the title of “China Ceramics Capital”. In addition, Chaozhou is also rich in Oolong teas, of which Phoenix Dan Cong is the most famous oolong tea.