Bell glass tea cup(Special green tea cup)
Bell glass tea cup(Special green tea cup)
Bell glass tea cup(Special green tea cup)
Bell glass tea cup(Special green tea cup)
Bell glass tea cup(Special green tea cup)
Bell glass tea cup(Special green tea cup)
Bell glass tea cup(Special green tea cup)
Bell glass tea cup(Special green tea cup)
Bell glass tea cup(Special green tea cup)
Bell glass tea cup(Special green tea cup)
Bell glass tea cup(Special green tea cup)

Bell glass tea cup(Special green tea cup)

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Anyone who loves tea, presumably the hot content of lnstagram recently is all about green tea. From February to mid-March, China, in the tea gardens of China's green tea producing areas, tea farmers began to pick the first green tea sprouts, which was nurtured by China's green tea golden production zone. Green tea is picked before the Qingming Festival and the first sprouting shoots. As the saying goes, "Ming Qian green tea is as expensive as gold", so what kind of tea utensils should be used for making precious green tea? If the utensils used for brewing MingQian can't reflect the color, aroma and taste of green tea, wouldn't it be worthy of the delicacy of spring? Today, I will share with you tea friends a high-value vessel-glazed replica of the Qing Dynasty bell cup from the China Tea Museum. The bell cup is also called the Yang bell cup, the golden bell cup, the chime cup, and the shape of the bell cup. It evolved from the high-foot and deep-belly cups sold abroad in the middle and late Ming Dynasty. From the late Ming to the Qing Dynasty, this small and delicate cup shape has always been a more fashionable utensil. It can be used as a wine utensil and a drink. Tea can be described as a multi-purpose vessel. It was still particularly favored by the imperial court during the Kangxi period of the Qing Dynasty. The handed down products were collected by important museums around the world. The Chinese Tea Museum collected this Qing Kangxi bell cup. Engraved from the collections of the China Tea Museum, it is a great tool for brewing green tea. The glass bell cup has a flared mouth, deep abdomen, and ringed feet. The cup body has two raised string patterns as decorations. The production of glass is full of randomness. Contrary to uncertainty, the unique irregular bubbles on the cup wall make each glass cup unique, and the decoration is simplified, only the belly string pattern is retained, which emphasizes the elegant shape of the bell cup to the greatest extent, which is a classic. My website www.txs-tea.com has sales.

Name: Linglong glass tea cup,

material: glass,

handmade: handmade,

size: diameter 8cm, height 10cm,

capacity: 230ml

During the Chenghua, Jiajing, and Wanli periods of the Ming Dynasty, there were white glaze, doucai, blue and white varieties of bell cups. In the Kangxi and Yongzheng periods of the Qing Dynasty, there were blue and white and colorful colors. The choice to use colored glaze this time is also a rich variety of bell cup shapes. At the same time, the unique texture of colored glaze makes the application scene of this bell cup more extensive. This colored glaze bell cup is a good tool for brewing Chinese green tea. One is the suitable size and capacity, and the green tea leaves are delicate and tender. If the tea set is too large, the tea is easy to blanch, and the other is transparent. The glazed bell cup is also the best drinking vessel. You can drink craft beer, whiskey, etc., and cold dessert cups. In their free time, many friends like to make a cold drink by themselves. Believe me, whether it’s ice cream or a mojito, the glass bell cup can be used perfectly. Accompanied by the side, and unique historical and cultural connotation, whether it is for gifts or personal use, it is suitable for glass bell cups. Use it to taste the first cup of green tea in spring.

 


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