Japanese/ Chinese ChaiShao , golden clay Pottery Tea set. Detail: 1 teapot, two teacups. Literally, all ceramic or pottery products that are fired from fuel-wood kiln can be called Chaishao. However, in fact, the firewood we usually refer to is derived from aesthetics of East Asia, and is mostly used in tea sets and tea room appliances.There are high requirements for hair color, raw materials, shape, charm and other factors. In the ancient Chinese orthodox porcelain standard, the traces of ash on the glazed surface or the fire on the carcass are not appreciated, and they are recognized as.
In traditional firing, the kiln union uses enamel to hold the ceramic to avoid contact with the flame and kiln dust. The pursuit of modern wood-burning techniques is the natural combination of wood ash and earth. Pursuing natural and simple visual effects and warm touch, people are tired of the extreme craftsmanship and the pursuit of returning to the original. The glaze formed in ChaiShaos way is called natural ash glaze, and the natural ash glaze is not very eye-catching, but the more you look at it, the more attractive it is.
Natural gray glaze is usually rough matt, and the natural ash glaze with rich layers forms a smooth or rough texture on the surface, and various color changes, leaving traces of the fire that has stood still, naturally without whitewash. The charm of Chaishao can't be described in words.
The contingency in firing shows its characteristics, and each piece is unique. Also, the great East Asia aesthetics and philosophy value in ChaiShao are priceless.
The item "Japanese/ Chinese ChaiShao, golden fuel-wood fired Pottery Tea set with 2 cups" is in sale since Thursday, June 6, 2019. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\Studio/ Handcrafted Pottery". The seller is "hanchetan-0" and is located in West Covina, California. This item can be shipped to United States.