Brush veins and ring veins are common in hydrothermal deposits, especially super large-Scale deposits. These two forms of vein distribution are compared with the outer circle and the inner circle, respectively, of the vortex in fluid mechanics. Moreover, the distribution of brush veins in Chinese hydrothermal deposits indicate an anticlock wise rotation. Thus the concept of vortex metallization is put forward for hydrothermal deposits. According to this concept, the ore-forming solution under the action of magma heat is of rotation-rising, which is anticlockwise owing to the Coriolis force. Brush veins and ring veins recorded just the rotation-rising of the ore-forming solution. The anticlock wise direction of the rotation they indicate is the due effect of the Coriolis force on the Northern Hemisphere. Interestingly, it is the ore-forming solution that chose preexisting faults or fractures as its filling space in many hydrothermal deposits. This is different from rotational structures in geomechanics.