A lot of freshness in this round teapot, in cloisonné silver, the pattern is obviously the cause. Fine bamboo on a clear background, and then always this blue to evoke the sky. An always surprising marriage of purple and yellow in the decorative frieze around the lid. This one enhanced with a sandalwood button. Contrast with the smooth and plump spout. The interior is smooth silver, the tea will only be more purified, its taste will be sweeter.
Silver has a (due to ions) softening effect, the ancients called water boiled in silver "silk water".
Cloisonné is a technique of soldering thin partitions (the Chinese call them jangtai noodles) forming the pattern into which is then introduced the enamel with glossy colors. It is listed in the National Intangible Cultural Heritage Register of China.
The teapot: 400ml, 350g. Cups: 55ml, 65g.
Argent sterling 999
Origin: China Yindu
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