Jianshui purple pottery was produced during the Daoguang period of the Qing Dynasty and developed on the basis of the production of rough pottery in the Ming Dynasty.
Jianshui purple pottery, Yixing purple sand pottery, Qinzhou Nixing Gui pottery, and Rongchang Anfu pottery are called China's four famous pottery.
Because of the high iron content of Jianshui pottery, the hardness and strength of the finished product are high, and the firing temperature is high, so the finished product has a fine and delicate texture and is widely used in real life.
In recent years, due to the popularity of Pu'er tea, Jianshui pottery as a supporting tea set has also been developed.
Tea, emphasizes that the leaves fall back to the root, and the pottery clay of Jianshui pottery is the most suitable destination for Pu'er tea.
From an artistic perspective, Jianshui pottery is good at fusing traditional culture with painting and calligraphy decoration.
On the basis of traditional pottery carvings, light and colorful, and broken posts, other forms of artistic expression have also been added.
For example, Jianshui's famous micro-carving master Chen Xue, through his many years of micro-carving skills, combined some classic literary works with the traditional craftsmanship of Jianshui on the Jianshui purple pottery, creating and forming his own unique style of micro-carving purple pottery.
He also mentioned that the locals also grew up with Jianshui purple pottery. Many young people choose to learn the making of purple pottery. Talents from other industries have also joined the industry to inject fresh vitality into it. This is how Jianshui purple pottery will last. The secret of decay.
(Production Chang Shuyu)
Editor in charge: [Liu Xian]