- A unique zisha teapot of which the lid, handle and spout display a dragon theme. Dragons are considered mythical creatures that symbolize nobility, luck, success and honour in Chinese culture.
- The teapot displays hand-carved art of Chinese calligraphy and a scenic landscape.
- Excellent approx. 300 ml size for brewing tea the ceremonial way for up to 6 people.
- Packed in a luxury gift box.
Mo Lu Ni Teapot by Wu Rong Hua
Female tea artist Wu Rong Hua gained her first experience making Yixing teapots in a factory in the 90s. Under the guidance of experienced teachers, her talent for making Yixing teapots was quickly noticeable. Today, she’s a highly successful certified Yixing artist, crafting exceptional teapots that have become collectors’ favourites.
Carving on the Teapot Translated
The large characters on the teapot depicts two characters that literally translates into 'Drinking in Harmony'.The combination of these two characters was first use in Zhuang Zhi's work (a Chinese philosopher). The two large characters are carved in Zhuan Shu style (篆书): A typical Chinese calligraphy style often used in carving characters on seals.
The carvings on the teapot depict a section of a poem ( “Autumn Evening in My Mountain Abode”) by a Chinese Tang dynasty poet Wang Wei. The original calligraphy on which the carvings are based is from artist Yangshuo's White Snow Book.
The characters on teapot should be read vertically from left to right. Here's a translation:
Blank hills after the recent rain
As dusk is falling, you feel autumn through the bones
The bright moon is shining through the pines
The limpid brooks are gurgling over the stones
阳羡白雪书 (This is a signature of the calligraphy artist Yangshuo)
|Clay type||Lu ni clay|
|Measures||8.7x15.2 cm (3.4x6 in)|