9999 sterling silver Fulu handmade treasure silver teapot
Silverware, the white moon on the tea table is shining, the ancient literati ordered the fragrant swallows to sit, make friends with tea, and make tea to wait. Drinking tea is an ordinary thing, but because the tea party and utensils extend the exquisite art of life, if there is a bright silver pot on the side of the tea table, it can become the finishing touch, as if a silver moon is reflected in the mountains and rivers. , Bright but not showing off, smart but not presumptuous, among many tea utensils, the reason why the silver pot has become the "silver moon" in the hearts of tea people is because it is compared with the "sand soil, the brittleness of porcelain, and the rust of iron". Silver pot is a rare, clean, tasteless and noble tea vessel. Therefore, the Chinese folks say: "Silver pot is more valuable for boiling water, and silver pot is more valuable for making tea." What is boiling water, tea, and silver? There are two reasons:
Tea is delicious: the ancients said that the water in a silver pot is “silk like silk”, which means that the water is soft and smooth like silk, with a sweet and round taste, which can enhance the taste of tea.
Durable: "Tea Sage" Lu Yu admires silver pots, and even calls them "permanent use". Porcelain and stone are elegant wares, not solid in nature and hard to last.
Everyone who loves tea understands that the silver pot is good. However, it is not easy to find a good pot. The silver pot is made of precious metals and is hand-made. It takes a long time and often takes more than several months to make. Hand-made silver pots are time-consuming and material-intensive. It is inevitably rare, and handmade silver pots produced by famous artists are even harder to find. To
Today, I would like to recommend a 9999 sterling silver Fulu Seiko treasure tea tea pot, the silver pot is inlaid with red copper and brass gourds and leaves. The capacity is 200ml and the weight is 140g. It comes from the century-old pot family "Hongji Treasure". The "Hongji Treasure" 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. Original design: in Chinese myths and folk tales, gourds have always been with gods The hero is a companion, and is considered to be a spiritual object that brings good luck, peace, and exorcism to evil. The gourd is similar to the sound of "Fu Lu", with a round shape and beautiful curve, which looks quite blessed. In addition, the entrance is small. The characteristic of a large belly seems to be able to absorb gold and silver treasures widely, which has the auspicious meaning of fortune. Its branches and stems are called vines, which are homophonic "Wandai", with many branches and leaves. Together with the multi-seed gourd, it means that the descendants of generations are prosperous and prosperous. The silver pot produced by Hongji Treasure is a rare product, use and collection. The pot is made of 9999 sterling silver and has been hammered for thousands of times. Whether it is difficulty, practicality, beauty, or its own value, it is far beyond the silver pot commonly used in Japan to make foreign silver. It is inherited by five generations. : China's national intangible cultural heritage project-Heqing silverware forging technology support and inheritance workshop "Hongji Treasure" produced, quality assurance.
Made of 9999 sterling silver: This teapot is made of 9999 sterling silver. 9999 sterling silver, the content of silver is 99.99%, so the surface of the silver pot looks evenly shiny, polished, and not dazzling.
One-piece crafting: All the pot types in this crowdfunding are crafted with one-piece pot body. Among them, Mr. Hong Jike’s limited edition is made with one-piece pot spout. "One shot" means that the pot body is shot out as a piece of silver, also known as "a whole piece of silver".
Wan Hammer Sterling Silver: The sterling silver pot produced by Hongji Treasure is all hand-made, and the pot body is more solid and durable. This makes even high-purity silver equally solid and durable.