Anti-falling Lid Design British Porcelain Teapot
English afternoon tea is considered to be the most attractive way of life, regardless of the nobles or peasant women, to enjoy this moment. Speaking of British High tea, everyone’s first reaction is the wealthy ladies, wearing exquisite white lace and black silk skirts, elegantly and dignifiedly holding a white porcelain tea set with gold rims, from a three-layer snack rack Take a variety of exquisite snacks. In fact, the High tea style that has been passed down from the Victorian era to the present is indeed the case, but it is not just a superficial luxury style. Modern life simplifies etiquette. The white lace hollow tablecloth, a small bouquet of flowers, and the exquisite three-layer snack rack are an indispensable part of the English afternoon tea. It can be said that the taste of English afternoon tea starts with exquisite tea sets.
British teapots actually evolved from Chinese teapots. At first, Europeans used porcelain teapots produced in China. Because of the prevalence of tea culture, the British slowly figured out the skills to make ceramic teapots. Formed a British style. Because of the nature of serving the upper class, the English teapot gradually formed a style of decoration with flowers and birds. High-end luxury has become one of the characteristics of English teapots.
Knowing the history of the teapot, today we are introducing the most classic British teapot shape. This ceramic teapot is fired at a high temperature of 1200 degrees. It has a low water absorption rate and is strong and durable. After two iron removal processes, it will not emit harmful substances during use and ensure your drinking water health. The teapot is made of porcelain. The surface uses a smooth transparent glaze, which has a better feel and whiter color. The product has a capacity of 1.2 liters (2 pints) and can be used in microwave ovens and dishwashers. In addition, the lid and mouth of the product are specially designed to prevent the lid from falling off due to the tilt when pouring tea. More in line with people’s daily use.