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When selecting a purple sand teapot, what should be noted? The most important factor to consider when selecting a purple sand teapot is the quality of the material. It is also important to consider the craftsmanship and design of the pot, as well as its shape and size in relation to its intended use. Further, one should look for any signs or marks of wear or damage on the pot, as this can affect its performance and longevity.

Answer: First of all, the work itself accounts for 70%. (1) Looking at the material, a good purple sand teapot actually has an insignificant cost of material. (2) Looking at the workmanship, that is, how fine is the workmanship. (3) Looking at the beauty. (4) Looking at the charm.

Second: Title and recognition account for 20%. Third: Other (market factors) account for 10%.

When buying a pot, what materials should be considered for a purple sand pot?

Answer: Actually, there is no one kind of mud that is the best for purple clay teapot. Every kind of mud has its own advantages. For example, with good purple mud, it has very pure material in it. The same applies to other kinds of mud. If you are a beginner, I suggest you to do two things when buying: one is to buy a teapot with more material; and two is to not buy a pot that is too bright in colors.

What are the forming methods of purple sand?

Answer: The forming methods of purple clay pottery are: 1. “Beating Body Tube” forming method, 2. “Setting Body Tube” forming method (for square vessel products).

Why are there so many names of purple sand teapots that are incomprehensible?

Answer: There are many names for purple sand pottery, some classic shapes will remain fixed, but those that have evolved or are innovative in design are more recent, making them harder to understand.

What is the gold sand of purple jade and gold sand?

Answer: The meaning of Jinsha is the sandy texture of purple sandstone, and it is also a kind of appellation for purple mud. So whether it is purple or golden, Zhuyu Jinsha is all purple sandstone.

What is the pattern recognition of a purple clay pot, seeking identification?

Answer: The seal script is an identification symbol of a pot. And the seal script is an indispensable factor in identifying purple clay pot, which can also certify the age and work of a purple clay pot, and it is also an important basis for the collection and cultural relic appraisers to appraise its value. It can be identified from familiarizing with the seals forms, sizes and positions of the pottery teachers.

I want to send a female friend a purple sand pot, but I don’t know what kind of purple sand pot would be more suitable?

Answer: The pottery made of Zhu Ni and Hong Ni are especially suitable for female friends, such as Wen Dan Pot and Xi Shi Pot, which are small and exquisite. At the same time, the texture of Zhu Ni and Hong Ni is exquisite and soft, and the gloss of the pot is bright, which is very suitable for female friends to appreciate.

Is it better to buy the more expensive purple clay teapot when collecting?

Answer: Of course not. It’s too one-sided to measure the value of a teapot with its price. The key to collecting purple sand lies in whether it is liked or not, and then taking into account the making process, artists and so on. Collecting purple sand that you like is not about its value, there are many profound connotations that contain cultural background even though it may be cheap. It is not about how expensive something is, but how it inspires you spiritually.

Do long unused purple clay teapots need to be opened again?

Answer: If a teapot is not used for a long time, it is unavoidable that there will be an odor caused by tea scale accumulation. It is best to open the pot again.

How to maintain a purple clay teapot best?

Answer: Wash regularly and rinse with cold water after each use. Avoid oil and smoke, do not use chemical detergents for cleaning. (For detailed maintenance methods, see previous articles).

When just starting, where should one start looking for a pot?

1 pot button

The size and shape of the spout should be easy to grasp. The ratio of the vent hole of the spout to the diameter of the mouth should be appropriate.

Two lids

The shape of the lid (excluding fancy and special pot shapes) should be chosen as one that is not easy to accumulate dirt, easy to clean and easy to wipe. The edges of the base plate and the inner and outer edges of the “lump” at the neck of the pot should be blunted into chamfers or round corners so that no gaps are formed after slight bumps.

Three kettles flowing.

If the spout of a kettle is thin, long and slender, it is delicate; if it is thick, short and thick, it is firm. The inside of the tube should be clean and smooth. If the root of the spout is close to the bottom of the kettle, then there is sufficient water pressure; if close to the mouth of the kettle, then there will be insufficient water pressure and when pouring out soup,the angle at which the body of the kettle tilts must be increased, thus increasing the possible leakage from its lid.

Thickness of four

The thickness of the body of the pot (excluding thin-skinned pots) should be around 0.3-0.4 cm. This not only meets the ancient and elegant sense of thickness, but also has enough strength to resist unexpected bumps.

Five outlets flow smoothly, whether it be mesh or ball holes.

Six pots bottom and inner wall, “push the wall and scrape the bottom” must be in place, and the surface should be clean and flat.