Today I share with you the tin bodied porcelain tea ware, a kind of scholar's Tin ware that continues from the 17th century. In the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the way of drinking tea changed from ordering tea to brewing loose leaves. After that, the teapot replaced the ordering bowl, and the container for storing tea changed from the tea box and the tea powder can to a larger tea pot. As for the storage of tea, Li Yu, published in the book “闲情偶寄 ”in the 17th century, used a large paragraph of ink to elaborate the eight words "贮茗之瓶，止宜用锡". The literati drink tea, and transplant poems, articles, strokes and ink into the implements to form a living tool -- literati tool, which integrates Chinese aesthetics and art. After the tin tea pot was popularized by the literati at that time, with the spread of culture and maritime trade abroad, the Gothenburg ship of Swedish east india company hit a reef and sank. More than 200 years later, it was salvaged to the sea. 370 tons of tea on the ship submerged in the sea floor, and more than 1000 kg of tea was not spoiled due to the tight packaging of the tin pot. Today, it is recommended that the tea storage tank be decorated with tin as inner tube and ceramic as decoration. The two materials, tin and porcelain, as well as the functions and effects of the two technologies, are integrated to achieve the combination of technology and technology. The combination of tin and porcelain is the same with beauty. Almost all of them have one thing in common, that is, tin is used as the cover of the tea tank. As a tea storage device, tin is wonderful in materials. This soft metal is soft and smooth in texture, strong and durable. Its material is airtight, heat insulation is good, no moisture, no smell. It is the most suitable for tea storage.
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