Collection name: Li Maolin teapot
Style of knowledge: Ming style
Quantity unit: 1 piece
Specifications: Weight: 553.8g Height: 11cm Small print.
Li Maolin, Li Yangxin. In the Ming Dynasty, Jiajing and Wanli Yixing pot masters. No. Maolin. Yixing, Jiangsu Province, one person who is from Jiangxi Province. The birth and death are unknown. "Four homes" (Dong Han, Zhao Liang, Yuan Xi, Shi Peng) post-made pot masters, good at small round pots, the world called "famous play", simple and beautiful. Ranked fourth, so it is named after the "small round pot Li Si old official". The pot is not added, only the Zhu book is remembered. The original pot blanks were all attached to the cylinder kiln for firing, without the need for sputum closure, and the cylinder glaze tears. Starting from the self-supporting heart, the pot is made into a sac, and the pothole is closed to prevent the sand pot from being stained with glaze. The quality of the sand pot is greatly improved. Li Zhongfang was also a famous pot maker at the time. In the Ming Dynasty, Zhou Gaoqi, "Yangshuo Hussein, Zhengshi": "Li Maolin, line four, famous nourishment. System small round, research in Park Zhizhong, allowed to be a famous play. Since then, the pot is another tile, closed Tao points, so the former pot, can not help but dip the oil and tears." Ming Dynasty Chen Yuhui "Autumn Garden Miscellaneous" said: the pottery of the heart is on the time of Dabin, for the spring enemy. There are very few handed down works. Li Jingkang and Zhang Hong of the Republic of China. Founding: "From Zhengde to pay Wanli, the number of pots made, Li Maolin began to make a small round, which is the originator of Yangshuo Xiaohu." Gu Jingzhou editor "Yixing Zisha Treasures", recorded with Li Yangxin "Chrysanthemum Eight-petal Pot" One, the end of the paragraph "Li Maolin made" four-character book.The pot material is the extinct squid yellow, the craft is very fine, and the cover and the pot are tightly stitched and flat. On both sides, there are pictures such as "Fu Lu Shou Xi" and "Chang Le". The outer side of the pot is engraved with inscriptions, and the inside of the bottom of the pot is engraved with the words “Lima Lin made”. The inside of the pot lid is engraved with “Li” and “Linzhi” prints. The inside of the lid is engraved with two small seals of “Li” and “Maolin”.