How do you enjoy autumn?
For the ancient Chinese, nothing will be better than a cup of hot tea on a chilly night.
Traditional Chinese Tea Rituals Bring Warmth to the Season
Speaking of tea, most people come up with the image of a round-bellied teapot with a curved spout. But have you ever seen a square kettle? This Qing double-layered brass teapot is an antique from the late 19th century. Refined by time, the old brass delivers the warmth of simplicity.
Qing Double-layered Brass Teapot
Period: late c. 1800’s
Dimension: 26.7 x 12.1 x 17.8 cm
The upper part is designed as a container to store water and tea leaves while the lower part is designed as a heat stove. When the tea is done, users just need to turn on the faucet to be indulged in the fragrance of tea.
Let the Antique Teapot and Hot Tea Be Your Welcome to Winter
The heated stove can warm your hands and the hot tea can warm your stomach. For the coming winter, this is definitely a must-buy housewares.
Come to our showroom to pick up your favorite antique teapot and prepare for the upcoming season.