This teapot comes from the "Hongji Treasure Collection", a century-old pot-making family. The "Hongji Treasure Collection" located in Heqing, Yunnan, began in the Guangxu period of the Qing Dynasty and has been passed down for five generations. It still insists on using traditional pot-making techniques to make pots. The silver pot produced by Treasure Treasure is a rare treasure that can be used and stored. The pot is made of 9999 sterling silver and has been hammered for thousands of times. , silver cutting board, pot body, pot spout, pot tire repair, chisel engraving, grinding and polishing, etc., nearly 100 processes need to be tempered continuously during the making process to ensure the balance of weight and hammer pattern, and the success or failure of each step. It will affect the quality of the silver pot. Melt and pour out the silver ingot, and use a tablet press to gradually press the silver material into a silver plate. The thickness and purity of the silver plate directly affect the quality of the silver pot. The silver plate of the precious silver pot is 1~1.2 mm thickness, although it increases the cost and difficulty in production, it can support any process, and the effect of the pot body is fuller and thicker.
Name: Gluttonous Ding-style silver teapot
Material: 9999 sterling silver
Specifications: 11 cm wide and 9.5 cm high
Weight; 155g (Note: There will be 5g-10g messenger due to pure handwork)