Craftsmanship—a trace that cannot be erased from my heart...
If you are lucky enough to get an exquisite handmade product, please learn to cherish it, because it is carefully cared for by the craftsman. When you treat a person or an object with great care, you will definitely be worried and can make good works. Hands are mostly delicate in the heart, and those who get them will never understand. When a craftsman abandons his beloved works
Such a sensitive person, how much pain he has endured, I am very envious of the craftsman, who is always so calm in the face of giving and receiving, I only hope that the work is also concerned about those rough and warm hands, I think, the work Will always remember those warm hands and the story between them, it will tell this hand memory to everyone it meets, when you really get a work with hand memory
You are already very lucky, all you have to do is protect it, understand it with your heart and listen to it.
Today Tongxinshe Teahouse recommends a limited edition "9999 Sterling Silver Rabbit Teapot" (pre-order, 2 pieces arriving on April 1st)
• Dimensions: W10 X H11cm • Capacity: 200ml • Weight: 160g • Material: Sterling Silver 999.9 • Craftsmanship: handmade one sheet
Rabbit, the traditional Chinese auspicious animal mascot. As early as the early years of the Tang Dynasty, people liked to paint rabbit patterns on various utensils, which had the meaning of health, longevity and pursuit of happiness. This silver pot comes from "Hongji Treasure", a century-old pot making family, located in "Hongji Treasure", Heqing, Yunnan "Remember Treasure" began in the Guangxu period of the Qing Dynasty. It has been passed down for five generations and still insists on using traditional pot-making techniques to make pots. The Hong family is one of the few silver-making families that has survived the changes of the times and still inherited the traditional silver pot-making skills.
During the Guangxu period, Hong Shanyu (the first generation) located in Heqing was favored by a master silversmith when he was young, and was fortunate to be invited to be an apprentice in a silver workshop. Since then, he has embarked on the road of silversmithing. No one would have thought that this silversmith has been in business for five generations.
Hong Shanyu (the first generation) is indeed talented in gold and silver work. He entered the industry at a young age and was already a master in the workshop when he was young. The quality of the silver pots produced by "Hung Kee Treasure" is very good. The unique craftsmanship and silver forging skills that have been handed down are inseparable from the serious and rigorous attitude of the ancestors of "Hongji Treasure".
The silver pots produced by "Hung Kee Treasures" are all made of 9999 sterling silver. Small pots need to be hammered with about 150,000 hammers, and large pots with about 300,000 hammers to be shaped and produced, which requires a lot of skill.
The meticulous craftsmanship makes these silver pots both practical and beautiful. They can be used for boiling water and tea, and they can also be treasured as heirlooms. It is worth buying!