auhckw wrote:bagua7 wrote:I asked the teashop today. They said confirmed a QHN. They said the colour is darker cause it is high fired. The 3 clay (same design) are all requested to be high fired.
They dare to claim it is pure cause the artist who is assisting them is quite well known. The studio even gave the artist a special room there (though the artist is not working there). They told me the name, unfortunately couldn't remember.
Cool, something I learnt new as I always thought QHN pots have always that greyish colour, whereas yours appears to be dark red
Typical QHN pots you can find online:
Btw, I wasn't judging...I am an advanced beginner in the complex world of Chinese Yixings. Besides, as long as you are happy with the pot and brews well, the rest won't really matter. Enjoy your pots.