Copper is one of the most colorful metals in nature. It can react and collide with different chemical substances to form different colors. This is precisely its charm. A piece of copper has been tempered and tempered by coppersmiths to become a rare and exquisite copperware, which contains the inheritance of ancient people's skills for thousands of years. With the ingenuity of the craftsman, the thickly callused hands, the texture of the years, and the mark of hand beaten, these large and small hammer points interpret the soul of the work. Therefore, in addition to the traditional casting processes of different methods such as burning molds, wax molds, and double molds, copperware can also be made by hand beating. This type of copperware is also called "hammered copperware".