Due to the special traditional culture of China, there are several tea pets that are the most common. One of them is Paixiu, the ninth son of the legendary dragon. It is commonly known as "only in and out", so people think it has the effect of increasing wealth. At the same time, it also has the function of a town house, becoming the patron saint of the family, so it has become a favorite of people. Pai Xiu, also known as "Heavenly Evil, Tianlu", is a ferocious beast recorded in ancient Chinese books and folk myths and legends of the Han people. Pai Yao has a mouth but no anus. It can swallow all things without venting. It can only enter and cannot exit. It has special magical powers. Therefore, it has the meaning of attracting wealth and absorbing the wealth of the four directions. At the same time, it also has the effect of driving away evil spirits and bringing good luck. One of the five great beasts (in addition to dragons, phoenixes, tortoises, and unicorns) is called the beast of fortune. Therefore, Paixiu tea pets are especially popular now. Today I will share with you a tea friend a piece of colored glaze made of "Rui Beast Pi Xiu". When it comes to colored glaze, there will be tea-friendliness. What is colored glaze? Answer: Liuli is the first of China’s five famous artifacts. It is one of the seven Buddhist treasures. It is made of crystal at high temperature and its quality is clear and transparent. Liuli is regarded as the incarnation of Medicine Buddha, the leader of the Oriental Jinglili world. The most unique feature of Liuli is Because it can integrate various colors, it can still be clear and pure, and the color remains unchanged for thousands of years. Therefore, Liuli is a symbol of purity and beauty, and the love that has never changed. The aristocratic charm of Liuli for thousands of years has been a gift to the most distinguished guests since ancient times. It is a token of integrity. This colored glaze tea pet is based on the traditional Pixiu. The work is natural and lively and lovely. If you like this tea pet, you can order it on my website www.txs-tea.com.