Nov 6th 20 12:51 am
Posts: 2
Joined: Sep 7th 19 3:48 am

Question about di cao qing inside color

by Bac » Nov 6th 20 12:51 am

Hello, i have these two pots wich are made of what i tought is dcq.
However both of these pots are filed in the hole on the lid.
first pot dcq inside.jpg
Second pot inside.jpg
Both of these pots exhibit different color of the clay inside, mainly greyish.
This phenomenom is really similar to this pot made from dcq on EoT,
https://essenceoftea.com/collections/yi ... id=1&pid=3
I will also post the image of a hongni 60-70 pot that i got from Emmets, exhibiting the same phenomenon.
Emmet's hongni 60-70-2.jpg
Is this normal or i am looking at pots "Covered in clay" neiziweihong style?
Thanks in advance to any expert that will anwser my question!
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.

Nov 10th 20 1:31 am
Posts: 2
Joined: Sep 7th 19 3:48 am

Re: Question about di cao qing inside color

by Bac » Nov 10th 20 1:31 am

Actually i have received the response from another forum, it is just limescale :oops: :oops: :oops:
Under the limescale the color its just the same as the outer and inside of the pot.