Ming Ren (Jin Lin), a provincial master, likes to play chess and meditate on Jianshui purple pottery pot
Horizontal pot shape, round belly, ring handle, flow straight, ball button, made a little change, change the upward spout to slant straight forward.
The body of the pot is very round and full, holding it in the hand gives a full feeling of fullness; the round button of the pot is located in the middle, forming a pictorial echo with the body.
The spout and handle are finely bonded. It seems that the spout is directly pulled out from the body of the pot, and the connection with the body is accurate and the charm is through. In particular, the shape of the handle is closed to the bottom of the body from top to bottom and from thick to thin, forming a strong sense of turning strength.
From the end of the handle, it is injected into the body of the pot from thin to thick, forming a large area of energy accumulation, and then rapidly gathering to the spout of the pot from the thick to the thin, and then ejecting outwards, forming the force of “from point to surface and then to point”, which is a kind of strength.
The shoulder of this pot is straight and straight, and the handle is outstretched, showing its individuality.
As for decoration, the word “ningsi” corresponds to the game under the tree, so it is called “chess meditating”; the color filled game diagram has simple and fuzzy parts, but also has detailed and complicated parts. The color filling is also very delicate, reasonable in layout and rich in artistic conception.
The horizontal pot should be “three hills level”, inverted on the plane, the highest spout, the highest pot handle and the highest pot mouth are grounded at three points, and there is no left-right shaking, which reflects the meticulous workmanship.
It is a rare fine tea pot of Jianshui purple pottery.