As the saying goes, "Water is the mother of tea, and utensils are the father of tea." In the matter of tea, there is one utensil that people who love tea and understand tea will definitely get it as long as they have the conditions - that is the silver pot. As the old saying goes, the silver pot is the most expensive for boiling water, and the silver pot for making tea For respect. Regardless of the perspective of historical origin, practical value, appearance or collection value, silver pots should undoubtedly be included in the "top match" of tea ceremony.
What we want to bring to you today is a fully handmade hammered handle handle mercury kettle with a capacity of 1000ml/580g. This silver pot comes from "Hongji Treasure", a century-old pot making family. Located in Heqing, Yunnan, "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.
Silver pots have a very long history in China. Since the Tang Dynasty, there have been silver teapots for royals and nobles, and they have continued for thousands of years. Elegant is elegant, and clean is also clean. If you use it persistently, it will return to silver." Xu Cishu wrote in his book "Tea Shu" that "tea notes are good if they are not affected by others. Therefore, the description of "the first silver and the second tin", after that, the silver pot was spread to Japan along with the Central Plains tea ceremony, and has been inherited to this day.
The reason why the silver teapot can last for thousands of years and is still respected by people today is its excellent practicability. Sterile noble purifiers are especially suitable for tea, which can be called the top match. The silver pot is not only clean and tasteless, but also has stable thermochemical properties and is not easy to rust, so it will not contaminate the tea soup with peculiar smell. In addition, the silver pot will release silver ions when boiling water to remove impurities, odors, and bacteria in the water, making the water soft and thin.
The so-called "ruosi water" by the ancients refers to the water boiled in a silver pot, which is soft and smooth, like silk.
The tea brewed with "Ruojuan water" has a better taste, soft and delicate, soft and sweet, less astringent and longer rhyme, smooth and moist, and can interpret the charm and soup feeling in the tea more vividly. Only 5,000 One ten-thousandth of a milligram of silver ions is enough to kill most bacteria in the water; at the same time, silver ions will not damage the cells of the human body. Therefore, the water boiled in a silver pot is not only sweet and soft, but also clean and healthy.
In addition to the improvement of water quality itself, silver itself is also an excellent heat conductor, and its use in making pots will also make water boiling faster and more efficient.
This fully hand-made hammered handle beam boiling mercury teapot is made of 999 sterling silver, purely handcrafted, with exquisite workmanship and ingenuity, to give you an excellent tea experience. 720ml large capacity, suitable for most occasions.
In addition to its excellent practicality, this silver jug is also quite extraordinary in terms of aesthetics.
The raw material is 999 sterling silver, which is made of only one piece of silver and is purely handmade. As bright as a bright moon, as bright as a mirror, the light can be used as a guide to others. The surface of the pot body is hand-beaten to form a hammer-like pattern, which is irregularly distributed, dignified and delicate, natural and unique.
The pot button is inlaid with chrysoprase, carved into three consecutive jade rings, green and verdant. Lined with bright silver like the moon, it is even more fresh and bright, creating a graceful and quiet, luxurious and elegant demeanor.
The overall shape of the pot is elegant and generous, with simple and smooth lines. When placed in the banquet, it is versatile and not obtrusive, but it also looks noble and extraordinary.
The spout is short and almost integrated with the body of the pot. While maintaining the overall appearance, the water is smooth and smooth, and the water is cut off simply and neatly.
The handle part is carefully woven and covered with slender rattan, which is heat-insulated and non-slip, delicate yet rustic.
In addition to its historicity, practicality and aesthetics, the silver pot is also an extraordinary collection.
As a precious metal, "silver" has a high value in itself. Combined with its extraordinary workmanship, not easy to be broken and damaged, and durable, it can be passed down from generation to generation, just as Lu Yu said in "The Classic of Tea", it can be "used forever".
On the tea table, there is no need to pay too much attention. The top match of tea is only reserved for those who have good vision.