The copper pot is a copper vessel. It is not only a wine vessel, but also a water vessel, which is used to boil water. It was also used as a measuring vessel in the Han Dynasty. Because of its unique craft and decorative art, the bronze pot is often loved by the people as a collection. become fashionable for a time! In Qing Dynasty, fulushou copper holding pot was made of fine workmanship, bronze was as beautiful as gold color; the pot body was carved with flowers, fulushouxi, vivid and vivid; the use taste was exquisite. This collection is in good condition and has high collection and investment value.
[collection name]: Bronze holding pot of fulushou in Qing Dynasty
This pot is made of fine workmanship and brass. The body of the pot is engraved with flowers, fluxes and longevity. The shape of the pot is engraved with flowers, fluently. The whole line is generous and steady. The real lid of the pot is excellent and beautiful. The mouth of the pot is flat on the mouth of the pot. This collection is in good condition. It is appreciated by many domestic teachers as a collection of Qing Dynasty, with high collection and investment value,
Brass Teapot is not common in daily life, but it also has its advantages. For example, the effect of using Brass Teapot to boil water is better: because the copper pot will precipitate trace copper elements in the process of boiling water, which is beneficial to human body. Generally, what kind of metal pots and pans are used for cooking, and what kind of microelements people will get. For human body, iron pots and pans are the best, copper pots and aluminum pots are the second, and excessive aluminum elements will make people prone to Alzheimer's disease; brass pots with wine are rare.
The brass pot is a copper vessel. It is not only a wine vessel, but also a water vessel, which is used to boil water. It was also used as a measuring vessel in the Han Dynasty. Because of its unique craft and decorative art, the bronze pot is often loved by the people as a collection. Copper products, especially in Xuande of Ming Dynasty, are all the rage! As a work of art, Brass Teapot in Ming and Qing Dynasties has higher collection value in the future because of its scarcity. Almost no one uses brass teapot. The value of Brass Teapot can almost match with porcelain, painting and calligraphy. Domestic collectors pay more and more attention to the collection value of Brass Teapot. Collecting Brass Teapot is not only an investment of their own, but also the respect and protection of traditional culture.