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Jian Zhan Tian Mu Glaze Tea Ware Wine Ware Chinese Pottery Porcelain Tea Cup

Jian Zhan Tian Mu Glaze Tea Ware Wine Ware Chinese Pottery Porcelain Tea Cup
Jian Zhan Tian Mu Glaze Tea Ware Wine Ware Chinese Pottery Porcelain Tea Cup
Jian Zhan Tian Mu Glaze Tea Ware Wine Ware Chinese Pottery Porcelain Tea Cup
Jian Zhan Tian Mu Glaze Tea Ware Wine Ware Chinese Pottery Porcelain Tea Cup
Jian Zhan Tian Mu Glaze Tea Ware Wine Ware Chinese Pottery Porcelain Tea Cup
Jian Zhan Tian Mu Glaze Tea Ware Wine Ware Chinese Pottery Porcelain Tea Cup
Jian Zhan Tian Mu Glaze Tea Ware Wine Ware Chinese Pottery Porcelain Tea Cup
Jian Zhan Tian Mu Glaze Tea Ware Wine Ware Chinese Pottery Porcelain Tea Cup
Jian Zhan Tian Mu Glaze Tea Ware Wine Ware Chinese Pottery Porcelain Tea Cup
Jian Zhan Tian Mu Glaze Tea Ware Wine Ware Chinese Pottery Porcelain Tea Cup

Jian Zhan Tian Mu Glaze Tea Ware Wine Ware Chinese Pottery Porcelain Tea Cup
8: Diameter79mm, Height48mm, Weight:169.24g. 61:Diameter79.5mm, Height48mm, Wieght157.04g. 63:Diameter79.5mm, Height50mm, Weight162.32g. 70:Diameter81mm, Height49mm, Weight166.43g. 77:Diameter79.5mm, Height47mm, Weight167.99g. 86:Diameter80mm, Height47.5mm, Weight172.13g. 89:Diameter79mm, Height49mm, Weight160.86g. Jian Zhan bowls were designed with the perfect shapes and angles to hold the frothy tea and accentuate the aroma of the liquid. But most importantly, they fired deep dark blacks and reds with flecks of gold. These dark colors were the perfect contrast to the white and green of the tea they held, making the tea seem even more pure. The natural firing techniques led to great variation, in line with the Song Dynasty scholarly values of appreciating the beauty of nature. With each bowl fired completely unique.

And can not be copy. The competition of tea whisking and drinking took a step towards a true tea ceremony when the beauty of the bowl encouraged contemplation while sipping. The beauty of Jian Zhan is undeniable and stunning.

The pieces fired in the Song Dynasty have an incredible luster. The deep black of their glaze is flecked with gold, like a dragons hoard long lost to a dark ocean, or stars across the night sky. The black is broken by deep fractal-like crystalline structures that glow silver-blue, and accented by deep reds and oranges. Every piece has a different balance of these elements depending on the temperatures it was exposed to in firing within the kiln. There is no way to control for one style or another in true kiln-fired Jian Zhan.

The beauty of each piece is its own by pure happenstance. Jian Zhan from the Song Dynasty has been the subject of recent study by scientists who discovered that it contains a unique and incredibly difficult to produce crystalline formation known as epsilon phase iron oxide. This formation is produced in modern labs using massive amounts of electricity in tiny quantities for use in precision data-storage electronics. The formations in Jian Zhan ceramics occurring naturally are staggeringly larger than those produced in labs. Coincidentally, the Jian Zhan pieces with the highest count of epsilon phase iron oxide are also some of the most coveted for their very beautiful silvery appearance!

One of the beautiful attributes of Jian Zhan lies in their crystalline structures. These occur in the natural glaze through firing, and these will subtly change over time through constant use. Tea oils are slowly absorbed into the cup, not so much building a patina (like yixing tea pots) as very slightly altering the way the crystals refract light, acting as a sort of lens. This effect grows through constant use of a Jian Zhan tea bowl, making it more beautiful over time. Were designed with the perfect shapes and angles.

Hey fired deep dark blacks and reds with flecks of gold. Lso has blue color which called.

Hold the frothy tea and accentuate the aroma of the liquid. Softened water, make the taste better.

Retain freshness of the tea and liquid. Make you feel more relax. Reduce pressure and refresh yourself. The item "Jian Zhan Tian Mu Glaze Tea Ware Wine Ware Chinese Pottery Porcelain Tea Cup" is in sale since Monday, June 10, 2019.

This item is in the category "Pottery, Glass\Pottery, Porcelain\Asian, Oriental\Chinese". The seller is "treasures_and_accessories" and is located in Melbourne. This item can be shipped worldwide.


Jian Zhan Tian Mu Glaze Tea Ware Wine Ware Chinese Pottery Porcelain Tea Cup