9999 sterling silver hammered palace lantern silver pot.
9999 sterling silver hammered palace lantern silver pot.
9999 sterling silver hammered palace lantern silver pot.
9999 sterling silver hammered palace lantern silver pot.
9999 sterling silver hammered palace lantern silver pot.
9999 sterling silver hammered palace lantern silver pot.
9999 sterling silver hammered palace lantern silver pot.
9999 sterling silver hammered palace lantern silver pot.
9999 sterling silver hammered palace lantern silver pot.
9999 sterling silver hammered palace lantern silver pot.

9999 sterling silver hammered palace lantern silver pot.

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Xu Cishu's "Tea Shu" in the Ming Dynasty wrote: Tea notes are good for those who are not affected by others, so the first silver and tin, silver pots are noble in color, fast in conduction, and improve water quality. The most important thing is it. It also releases silver ions. After thousands of years of tea drinking practice, the Chinese people have gradually discovered that whether the equipment is properly selected is closely related to the result of making tea and tasting, and the level of enjoyment obtained. Good tea, evil weapons damage the taste", so if a good tea wants to be brewed well, a silver pot is indispensable. A good tea must be equipped with a good device. A good tea cannot be disappointed. Today, Tongxinshe Teahouse recommends it to everyone. 999 sterling silver hammered palace lantern silver pot.
Weight: about 115g
Capacity: about 150ml
Material: sterling silver 9999
Size: height 7.5cm, width 10cm, bottom diameter 4cm
This pot is a fresh and elegant silver pot with palace lanterns. Its palace lantern shape began in the Yongzheng period of the Qing Dynasty. Its prototype is a lantern. It is classical and graceful and pleasing to the eye. Anyone who understands pots says that pots are spiritual. Pure silver requires dozens of processes, hundreds of tools, and tens of thousands of fine strikes. It is a combination of craftsmanship, hands, and strength. After thousands of tempering and fine carvings, it becomes silverware. Silver jug ​​is not difficult, but it is difficult to make a silver jug ​​that is both practical and collectable. From the purity of the material to the production of the inside and outside of the pot, all the craftsmen are tested. After the craftsman's precise calculation, the silver pot of palace lantern weighing 115g and 150ml is scientific in capacity and suitable in size. In this way, it is avoided that the capacity of the silver pot is too large and the water quality will be damaged after repeated boiling of the boiling water, which will affect the taste of the tea soup. Look at the details. The minimalist button design is elegant and elegant; the three-bend spout design prevents water. The neatness also makes the shape of the pot more beautiful. Holding the silver pot made with such care to make tea, the taste is soft and pure, with astringent and long rhyme. Drinking tea is the art of one person getting secluded, two people getting fun, and three people finished products. As an indispensable silver pot in the elegant fair, it has also become highly regarded by the celebrities of the past. Ming Dynasty Xu Cishu’s "Tea "Shu" wrote: Tea notes are good for those who are not angry with others, so the first silver and the second tin. In addition to the noble color, fast conduction, and improvement of water quality, the silver kettle also releases silver ions. Among the water boiling utensils, the pure silver pots used for boiling water are the most precious. The silver pots for boiling water and making tea do have a color-increasing effect that cannot be underestimated, which can make the water softer and thinner, and has a good softening effect. The ancients referred to it as "ruosen water", which meant that the water was as soft and smooth as silk. It can make the water soft and smooth like silk, and the mouthfeel is more delicate and sweet, smooth and full. It not only promotes the aroma of tea, but also wakes up the taste of Pu'er and Tieguanyin, which is unmatched by other utensils. Brewing tea with water in a silver pot can wake up the tea and increase its fragrance, stimulate the activity of the tea to remove the astringency and fragrance, make the tea fragrance clear, the tea soup is rich, the tea is sweet and the throat is moisturizing, and the taste is long. Modern medical research has found that silver pots of boiling water produce silver ions, which have the effect of "removing dampness and turbidity" on the human body and enhance human immunity. In addition, it is rich in silver ions and is weakly alkaline, which can neutralize human acid after drinking. Poisoning, strengthening physical fitness, preventing disease, silver pot is auspicious and homonymous with "welcoming blessings". It is a kind of good fortune and good fortune. It is very suitable for gift giving. And silver is a precious metal, and it is very valuable. The handmade silver pot is finely carved, beautiful in shape, full of charm, and can be called a work of art. It has a good function of maintaining value and increasing value. It is suitable for collection. The silver pot has a very great charm. With the help of it, we can calm our minds. , Warming the intestines and stomach, and soothing the essence and energy, while pleasing to the eyes, it also nourishes the heart. Nourishing the heart is the focus of health preservation. Such a thing that allows the good to meet the good and superimposes it should be cherished with joy.


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