Qin Quan Teapot
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"Qin Quan, the most beautiful scales in the 21st century, two green and rusty bronze catties of power, in the inner city of Qinshihuang Mausoleum in Lintong, Shaanxi Province, see the sun again. These two Qin Quan pots are shaped like bells, hollow, square shoulders, with circular knots, 17 edges on the surface, red in color, yellowish in color, green and rust mottled. They are once called "the most beautiful scales" by archaeologists. This new Qin Quan pot imitates these two Qin Quan pots.
Pot Author: Zhang Yue
Clay: Duan Ni, Zi Ni, & Lu Ni.
Capacity: 200 ml long: 10 cm wide: 6.5 cm high: 9 cm
Teapot Engraving: 廿六年，皇帝尽并兼天下诸侯，黔首大安，立号为皇帝，乃诏丞相状、绾，法度量，则不壹，歉疑者，皆明壹之. (In 221 B.C., Qin destroyed the six countries and the four seas united in the year of Ying Dynasty. He swore in front of Lishan: "I was the first emperor, later generations counted, and the second and third generations passed down to all generations, endlessly. Shortly afterward, Emperor Qin Shihuang issued a decree: Unify words, currency, and weights and measures. Thereafter, all over the world, the same text of the book, the same currency of the city, the same distance of measurement, the same track of the car.)
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