Since ancient times, the Chinese have regarded the white rabbit as an auspicious animal, and regarded it as a spiritual sustenance and yearning for a happy and beautiful life.
The royal family even raised rabbits as rare animals in the palace gardens. It is recorded in "Xijing Miscellaneous Notes": "Liang Xiaowang likes to enjoy the joy of camping palaces and gardens. Make it a palace of brilliance and build a rabbit garden."
As a docile animal, the rabbit always makes people feel lively and cute, so the ancients often incorporated the image of the rabbit into the utensils.
Today, Tongxinshe Teahouse recommends a rabbit-themed cover, which also uses the elemental patterns of rabbits. It can be used as a tea rack or as an ornament on a tea table.
"White is the right color, the rabbit is a benevolent beast, everything comes and goes, and the time must come when it comes out, so the spirit of Taiyin descends into auspiciousness." The white rabbit painted on the cover this time is agile and natural, showing a jumping shape, because most of the rabbits in ancient times were hares in grayish brown, and white was extremely rare. Therefore, the ancients presented this rare white rabbit to the royal family as an auspicious tribute, symbolizing the longevity of Dechang. At the same time, together with the decorative pattern of peony, there is a bright future in it.
Tomorrow is Christmas. Tongxinshe Teahouse wishes everyone a prosperous future, a joyful Winter Festival, peace and health.