Hei Jin Gang clay 黑金钢沙 is a blend of Zi Ni (Purple Clay) and Bao Lan Zhu Ni. It's dark in color with some purple and brown with a small amount of sand mixed in. Porous and perfect for seasoning with Pu-erhs or Oolongs. It's also good for Hei Cha (like Fu Brick, Tian Jian or Liu Bao).
[Product Name] Bian Xian Fang Gu teapot
Handmade and kiln roasted at the perfect temperature. It has a fine gloss and a delightful delicate red color. Breathes well and is easy to cultivate through brewing tea. It will only increase in beauty as it ages. This teapot has a dignified and traditional shape. Its handle and spout are well-proportioned. This is a product of exquisite craft – simple and refined. It has a tight-fitting lid and a smooth flow of liquid. Practical and useful, this is a product of the highest value.
[Artist's Name and Background]
Yan Li has been making pots and other Yixing Pottery items in his father's studio since he was just a young boy. He also graduated from Yixing University and holds a 1st certification in Yixing Pottery. His father Yan Fu Hong is a well-known teapot artist whose works have been given as gifts to visiting diplomats from Thailand, Nigeria and Saudi Arabia. Yan Li's works are meticulous with clean lines and near-perfect symmetry.
Every pot is hand-made and the artisan will sometimes change the stamps they use. There may also be some slight differences in the color, handle shape, and volume. It's not possible for us to re-take the pictures for each new batch of teapots that we receive from this artisan. Some differences in the color and shininess of the actual teapot you receive as compared to the one in the photographs may also be due to light conditions when the photographs are taken. Thanks for your understanding!