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    Kung Fu Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot Filigree Inlaid Teapot

    Kung Fu Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot Filigree Inlaid Teapot


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    Regular price $1,532.00 USD
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    In busy modern life, we often yearn to return to that tranquility and elegance. And this hand-made inlaid filigree sterling silver teapot is your ideal choice for pursuing quality life. It adopts traditional hand-made inlay technology, perfectly combining the elegance of pure silver with the exquisiteness of silver wire, showing a unique artistic charm. The body of the teapot has smooth lines and elegant shape, and every detail reveals the craftsman's ingenuity.

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    Item Form: Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot
    Quantity: 1 Teapot
    Capacity: Teapot 220ml
    Weight: 220g
    Material: Silver
    Origin: Tangshan, Hebei Province, China

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    Chinese Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot

    Delicate Touch of the Silver Luster

    When you gently lift this teapot, the delicate touch of the silver luster and silver wire seems to instantly take you through time and space, back to that quiet afternoon filled with tea fragrance. Pour hot water into the pot, and the pure silver body quickly conducts heat, allowing the tea leaves to stretch in the pot and release a rich tea fragrance.

    Chinese Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot

    Adding Elegance and Nobility to your Tea Ceremony Life

    Whether you taste it alone or share it with friends, this hand-inlaid filigree pure silver teapot can add a different kind of elegance and nobility to your tea ceremony life. It is not only a practical tea set, but also a work of art worth collecting, making your life more colorful.

    Traditional Craftsmanship, Ingenuity

    This hand-made inlaid filigree sterling silver teapot adopts traditional inlay technology and combines modern aesthetics. Each piece is a work of art carefully carved by craftsmen.

    Pure Silver Material, Excellent Quality

    Pure silver material is not only beautiful and generous, but also has excellent thermal conductivity, making the tea brewing process more uniform and the tea fragrance overflowing.

    Silver Wire Inlay, Exquisite

    The body of the pot is inlaid with exquisite silver wire, which not only adds artistic atmosphere, but also shows noble taste. It is an excellent choice for tea tasting and appreciation.

    Strong Practicality and High Collection Value

    This pot is not only suitable for daily tea brewing and drinking, but also has a high collection value due to its unique craftsmanship and materials.

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      Persistence for Every Product

      When our peers are promoting handmade silver pots, we resolutely produce hand-hammered silver pots.

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      Hand-Hammered, Hard-Won

      A silver pot needs to be beaten millions of times before it can be presented to us. Through hand-hammering, it reflects the hard-won nature of each silver pot.

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      Authenticity and Sincerity

      "Zhen" represents the authenticity of the silver material, but also refers to authenticity and sincerity.

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      The craftsman's hand-hammered silver pot is also a kind of "Chinese Kung Fu".

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      Inheriting Crafts and Promoting Aesthetics

      Inheriting the culture of silver pots and promoting the aesthetics of life are the missions of true masters.

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      Premium Quality and Strict Standards

      Made by real hands, to create the ultimate user experience, and to be the best silver pot in China.

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    The Beauty of Intangible Cultural Heritage Skills Highlights the Charm of Zunhua

    Zunhua City was once known as the "Golden County", and the main production area is Malanyu Town, known as the "No. 1 Town in Jidong". It is adjacent to the Qing Dong Tomb in the west and Tangquan Township in the east. This means that you can come here to appreciate the royal gold and silver utensils on your way to appreciate the royal ancient buildings and experience the royal hot springs. The royal Manchu gold and silver craftsmanship originated from the Qing Palace Manufacturing Office, an institution dedicated to providing gold and silverware for the royal family.

    Chinese Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot

    Chinese Traditional Cultural Characteristics, Noble and Elegant Style of a Great Country

    Along with the construction of the Eastern Tomb of the Qing Dynasty, more than 300 years of hard work have resulted in the formation of pure handmade gold and silverware processing techniques unique to the royal court of the Qing Dynasty. It has continued to develop and innovate in the process of inheritance, and is an art among country's intangible cultural heritage. Silverware production techniques mainly include traditional techniques such as filigree, engraving, enamel, and gold and silver interlacing.

    Customer FAQ

    How to tell if a teapot is valuable?

    Teapots with intricate designs, detailed carvings, or unique shapes are often more valuable than those with simpler designs. The quality of the glaze and the firing process can also affect a teapot's value. Antique teapots are often highly prized, not only for their beauty but also for their historical significance.

    How can you tell if a teapot is real silver?

    You should see one of the following markings or something similar: "9.25," "925/1000," "Sterling," "S/S" or "Sterling 9.25." If you do not see any of these markings, it's highly unlikely the item is genuine silver. If you do not see the sterling marking, the item is probably silver plated.

    Will my package be packed safely?

    We pack your products carefully to ensure a trouble-free delivery of your goods. We regularly ship more than hundreds of packages per month, but only a few cause problems. We guarantee our products to arrive in perfect condition. If the items from your order are damaged during shipping, we are deeply sorry but please get in touch with our customer support with a detailed photo of the damage within 30 days of your delivery. We will exchange or refund as soon as we can confirm.

    Where will my order be shipped from?

    All orders will be shipped from China. Our international shipping is offered through China post, DHL, and FedEx.