Lacquer Art Tea-Floating Green in the Wind

Automatic Translation (Original Language: Chinese-Traditional)
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Lacquer Art Tea-Floating Green in the Wind

Product Description

Simple style prevails, and tea can also have a sense of modern design! Continuing the meticulousness of traditional lacquer art, craftsman Peng Kunyan chooses the lacquer creation technique with more creative freedom, and chooses modern artistic aesthetic creation, which does not lose the essence of lacquer art, but also allows modern people to get close. It is the lacquer craftsmanship that has gone from traditional to modern A breakthrough for the company. Lacquer art tea-green in the wind, the material is Meng Zong bamboo, natural lacquer, mineral pigments, colored foil, modern aesthetics as the design concept, and the lacquer creation technique is finished. The lacquer art production process is time-consuming and time-consuming, and it goes through the process of time and hand feeling. In order to present an elegant texture and a warm touch, the lacquer art tea is a piece of green floating in the wind. When you pour tea into the teapot, you can reduce the wetness and temperature of your hands to affect the quality of the tea. Use this lacquer art tea that blends traditional and modern textures-green in the wind, showing the green fragrance of tea! The color-jumping treatment and geometric design can still be seen with a restrained metallic luster when used, which allows the lacquer art to be integrated into the tea ceremony culture and daily life. It is elegant and generous as a gift or for personal use!

Product Details

Material
Bamboo
How It's Made
Handmade
Where It's Made
Taiwan
Unique Features
Customizable
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Product Type
Original Design
Listing Summary
Craftsmen use more modern artistic techniques to express the traditional lacquer art technique "stacking lacquer". The meticulous and time-consuming technique, skips the color and metal texture, and creates a blend of traditional and contemporary tea props. green.

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