9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent must Japanese silver pot 120ml
9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent must Japanese silver pot 120ml
9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent must Japanese silver pot 120ml
9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent must Japanese silver pot 120ml
9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent must Japanese silver pot 120ml
9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent must Japanese silver pot 120ml
9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent must Japanese silver pot 120ml
9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent must Japanese silver pot 120ml
9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent must Japanese silver pot 120ml
9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent must Japanese silver pot 120ml
9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent must Japanese silver pot 120ml
9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent must Japanese silver pot 120ml
9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent must Japanese silver pot 120ml

9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent must Japanese silver pot 120ml

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"Silver" has always been a currency attribute in the Chinese people's concept. Since ancient times, everyone's value of "silver" has always been "weight". It is felt that the value of silver is directly proportional to the weight, which leads to silver artwork being labeled with weight. In the eyes of Chinese people, the silver kettle also appears "the heavier and more expensive". Does the heavier the silver pot, the more expensive it is?
In fact, a really good silver pot is not measured by weight, but “heavy” will become a burden. The value of a work of art is never reflected in its "raw materials". For most good silver pots, the "work" spent by craftsmen is far greater than the cost of the "silver" itself. A handmade silver pot has been hammered by more than 100,000 hammers by the craftsman. The lighter the silver pot, it means that the pot maker has spent a lot of effort in making the pot shape. The master uses the malleability of the silver material to spend more time and energy hammering the body of the pot to reduce the overall weight of the body. When boiling water, it is lighter to use and does not appear cumbersome. Silver pots are valuable in craftsmanship and require art. To measure the value of a silver pot, instead of simply judging the quality of a silver pot by weight, today I will share with you a teapot "9999 sterling silver Japanese small urgent Japanese silver pot 120ml" The "Hongji Treasure", a century-old pot maker, is located in Heqing, Yunnan. The "Hongji Treasure" 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, produced by Hongji Treasure. The silver pot is a rare treasure that is used, used, and hidden. The pot is made of 9999 sterling silver and has been hammered thousands of times. There are nearly a hundred processes such as plate, pot body, spout out, pot tire repair, engraving, grinding and polishing, etc. During the making process, it needs to be tempered continuously to ensure the balance of weight and weight, and the consistency of the hammer pattern. The success or failure of each step will affect the silver For the quality of the pot, melt the silver ingot out, and gradually press the silver material into a silver plate with a tablet press. The thickness and purity of the silver plate directly affect the quality of the silver pot. The silver plate of the rare silver pot is 1~1.2mm in thickness. Although it increases the cost and difficulty in the production, it can support any process, and the effect of the pot body is more full and thick.


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