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    Kung Fu Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot Gilded Silver Water Pot with a Dragon Playing with Pearls

    Kung Fu Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot Gilded Silver Water Pot with a Dragon Playing with Pearls


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      Regular price $6,460.00 USD
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      The water pot is ingeniously crafted with traditional gilding craftsmanship, integrating honor and elegance into every detail. The dragon's body is winding, as if ready to take off at any time. It symbolizes good luck and prosperity. The entire water pot is made of sterling silver, with a warm luster and comfortable touch, showing extraordinary quality and status. Whether in a spacious living room, an elegant study, or a quiet courtyard, the Gilded Silver Water Pot with a Dragon Playing with Pearls can become a beautiful landscape.

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      Item Form: Hand-Hammered Silver Water Pot
      Quantity: 1 Water Pot
      Capacity: 5000ml
      Weight: 1600g
      Material: Silver
      Origin: Tangshan, Hebei Province, China

      • Benevolence

        Love for humanity.

      • Righteousness

        Assuming reasonable responsibility.

      • Etiquette

        Obeying moral restraint.

      • Wisdom

        Erudite and intelligent.

      Chinese Hand-Hammered Silver Water Pot

      Enhance Quality, Noble Taste

      It is not only a practical water storage device, but also a work of art that carries traditional culture and craftsmanship. Placing it at home can not only enhance the quality of the space, but also show the owner's noble taste.

      Chinese Hand-Hammered Silver Water Pot

      Unique Cultural Connotations and Artistic Tastes

      In addition, the water pot is also a gift with great collection value. Whether it is given to relatives and friends, or as a business gift, it can express your thoughts and respect. Let you convey unique cultural connotations and artistic tastes while giving gifts.

      Ingenious and Distinguished Craftsmanship

      The Gilded Silver Water Pot with a Dragon Playing with Pearls uses traditional gilding techniques to perfectly blend pure silver and gold. Every pattern embodies the craftsman's efforts and wisdom.

      The Meaning of the Dragon Playing with Pearls

      The dragon, as the totem of the Chinese nation, symbolizes power and dignity. Playing with pearls symbolizes good luck and wealth. This water tank perfectly combines traditional culture with modern aesthetics, adding a touch of dignity and elegance to your home.

      Pure Silver Material, Excellent Quality

      Made of pure silver, it not only has a high ornamental value, but also guarantees the durability and stability of the product, allowing you to enjoy the beauty it brings for a long time.

      Practicality and Beauty Coexist

      The water tank is not only a fine work of art, but also has a practical water storage function. Whether it is used as an interior decoration or an outdoor landscape, it can become the focus and add a touch of bright color to your space.

      • Chinese Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot

        Persistence for Every Product

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

      • Chinese Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot

        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.

      • Chinese Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot

        Authenticity and Sincerity

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

      • Chinese Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot

        World-Renowned Chinese Kung Fu

        "Gong Hu" is homophonic to "Kung Fu" which is synonymous with China.

      • Chinese Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot

        As Famous as Kung Fu

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

      • Chinese Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot

        Inheriting Crafts and Promoting Aesthetics

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

      • Chinese Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot

        Premium Quality and Strict Standards

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

      Chinese Hand-Hammered Silver Teapot

      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.