- Description: Fetal Filigree Cloisonne Silver Teapot
- Material: S999 (Pure Silver), Precious Metals
- Craft: Handmade Pure Silver Teapots
- Capacity: 1050 ml
- Weight: 763 g (+/- 10 g)
- Total Dimensions (WxH): 17.6 cm x 22 cm
- Teapot Dimensions (WxH): 14 cm x 10 cm
- Packaging: Exquisite Gift Box
- Origin: Silver City, Hunan Yongxing, China
PURE SILVER TEAPOTS
Our silver teapots (including the Fetal Filigree Cloisonne Silver Teapot) are handmade in Yongxing County, Chenzhou City, Hunan Province, as well as Yunnan (Qujing County) from pure silver S999.
Yongxing County, in Chenzhou City, Hunan Province, was named “China Silver Capital” by the China Nonferrous Metals Association Silver Branch.
Yongxing County’s silver production accounts for a quarter of the country’s total, and its gold and silver smelting has a history of more than 300 years. Other silver pots we feature are expertly crafted in Yunnan (Qujing County).
In 2016, the discovery of the earliest known physical evidence of tea from the mausoleum of Emperor Jing of Han (d. 141 BCE) in Xi’an was announced, indicating that tea from the genus Camellia was drunk by Han Dynasty emperors as early as the 2nd century BCE. Tea then became a popular drink in the Tang (618–907) and Song (960–1279) Dynasties.
Cloisonne, also known as Enamel, originated in the Yuan Dynasty and prevailed during the Jingtai Period of the Ming Dynasty. (1450-1456) the color of its glaze was mainly blue (peacock blue and sapphire blue), which was called cloisonne.
This cloisonne palace from China, the pattern colorful simple and elegant, dignified, gorgeous, exquisite luxury in the eyes of experts, it has both warm jade, jewelry luster, but also delicate porcelain, gold brilliant.