The lid of this pot was sutured with gold after it was damaged. Often damage or ware and tear of a pot can bring out its natural beauty. This is an excellent example of this.
The shape of this pot is particularly beautiful. It is cleverly, gracefully, and so evenly proportioned. The shape seems especially right when pouring tea from it.
This pot displays how the base can ground the pot. The top of this pot seems ill proportioned as its upper seems to share less space, yet the base and three legs pull one's attention down, grounding one's mind.