PHOTOS Wood transformed into simple, elegant wooden pots under craftsman's hands

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Wood transformed into simple, elegant wooden pots under craftsman's hands

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08:07, April 14, 2019

Gui Xue makes wooden pot at his studio in Yantan Village of Jingchuan Township in Xuancheng City, east China's Anhui province, April 12, 2019. Gui Xue is an inheritor of the wooden pot art, one of Xuancheng's intangible cultural heritages. After his carving and polishing, every piece of unremarkable wood is transformed into simple and elegant wooden pots. In the past 10 years, he has been devoting himself to the research of the craft of wooden pot, and gradually found out his own skills. (Photos: Xinhua)

Gui Xue displays wooden pot works at his studio in Yantan Village of Jingchuan Township in Xuancheng City, east China's Anhui province, April 12, 2019. Gui Xue is an inheritor of the wooden pot art, one of Xuancheng's intangible cultural heritages. After his carving and polishing, every piece of unremarkable wood is transformed into simple and elegant wooden pots. In the past 10 years, he has been devoting himself to the research of the craft of wooden pot, and gradually found out his own skills.

Gui Xue draws shape of a wooden pot on wood at his studio in Yantan Village of Jingchuan Township in Xuancheng City, east China's Anhui province, April 12, 2019. Gui Xue is an inheritor of the wooden pot art, one of Xuancheng's intangible cultural heritages. After his carving and polishing, every piece of unremarkable wood is transformed into simple and elegant wooden pots. In the past 10 years, he has been devoting himself to the research of the craft of wooden pot, and gradually found out his own skills.

Gui Xue works on a piece of wood at his studio in Yantan Village of Jingchuan Township in Xuancheng City, east China's Anhui province, April 12, 2019. Gui Xue is an inheritor of the wooden pot art, one of Xuancheng's intangible cultural heritages. After his carving and polishing, every piece of unremarkable wood is transformed into simple and elegant wooden pots. In the past 10 years, he has been devoting himself to the research of the craft of wooden pot, and gradually found out his own skills.

Gui Xue displays a wooden pot and a piece of wood at his studio in Yantan Village of Jingchuan Township in Xuancheng City, east China's Anhui province, April 12, 2019. Gui Xue is an inheritor of the wooden pot art, one of Xuancheng's intangible cultural heritages. After his carving and polishing, every piece of unremarkable wood is transformed into simple and elegant wooden pots. In the past 10 years, he has been devoting himself to the research of the craft of wooden pot, and gradually found out his own skills.

Gui Xue draws shape of a wooden pot on wood at his studio in Yantan Village of Jingchuan Township in Xuancheng City, east China's Anhui province, April 12, 2019. Gui Xue is an inheritor of the wooden pot art, one of Xuancheng's intangible cultural heritages. After his carving and polishing, every piece of unremarkable wood is transformed into simple and elegant wooden pots. In the past 10 years, he has been devoting himself to the research of the craft of wooden pot, and gradually found out his own skills.

Gui Xue displays his wooden pot works at Yantan Village of Jingchuan Township in Xuancheng City, east China's Anhui province, April 12, 2019. Gui Xue is an inheritor of the wooden pot art, one of Xuancheng's intangible cultural heritages. After his carving and polishing, every piece of unremarkable wood is transformed into simple and elegant wooden pots. In the past 10 years, he has been devoting himself to the research of the craft of wooden pot, and gradually found out his own skills.

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