The teapot is a hand-made clay pottery unique to China. Its production began in the Zhengde period of the Ming Dynasty. The raw material was purple sand mud, and its origin was in Dingshu Town, Yixing, Jiangsu. The teapot is bullish in the auction market and is an "antique" with collectible value. The masters' works are often difficult to find a pot. The so-called "the world's jewelry is the best, Yixing purple sand is the most important."
The raw material is purple sand clay, which is also called Yixing purple sand pot in Dingshu Town, Yixing, Jiangsu Province. It is said that the founder of Zisha pot was the spring offering of the Ming Dynasty. Because of the perfect combination of artistry and practicality, purple clay pot is so precious and memorable. Moreover, the benefits of making tea in Zisha pot and the culture of tea and Zen all add to the noble elegance of Zisha