After reading the 33 pieces of tea sets of “Selling Camellia Tea Map”, learn about the fried tea channels of the Tang Dynasty.

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看完《卖茶翁茶器图》的33件茶具,了解唐代的煎茶道。

“Urgent burning” is also known as urgent must, cooking tea and warmer names.
“Copper furnace” is used for boiling tea for raw fire, forging iron, or burning mud for replacement.

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“Scoop” is mostly made of gourd.Used to Yao Shui.
“Note” Ancient Han wine vessels.Metal or porcelain made.You can sit in the note bowl.Beginning in the late Tang Dynasty, prevalent in the Song and Yuan dynasties.It plays a role in heat preservation.This is a bit like the thermal insulation cup for our modern diners

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“Tea Tank” stores the jar of tea leaves and is made of tin.Because the tin’s stable sealing is good, it is mostly stored in tea.
“Blowing the tube” blowing the fire tube when the fire was fired.Selling tea props on the street.

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“Cushing” blankets paved or covered.This can be understood as our modern tea table
“Zǐ pelvis” puts the utensils of waste water tea residue.

“Eaves” is similar to the role of flat burden, picking the burden.
“Capital” bamboo tube is used to store coins.

“Water Note” kettle.Also called holding pot
“Wave Over Furnace”, as the name suggests, use tiles to boil tea for raw fire.

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The container of “charcoal basket” is made of burning charcoal, which is mostly made of bamboo crickets outside, and black oil paper is wrapped in the inner layer.
“Small furnace” raw stove.

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“Like Basket” basket that stores debris
“Eaves” picking basket

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“Jianshui” vessels that are placed in waste tea
“Gu Lie” is used to display the tea vessels, which are now called tea sheds.

“Tea Flag” is similar to the billboard at the door of the store today to recruit guests.
“Teapot” stores the jar of tea.Japan is called tea income or tea heart pot.

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A type of water furnace.There is no ventilation below. Nowadays, Japanese tea props are developed into fire bowls or bottle hanging.
“Bottle bed” is now collectively referred to as bottle seats, stabilizing pots and bottle placing.

“Selling Tea Weng” -The nickname outside the Japanese Edo Times Fried Tea Ceremony.

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“Selling Tea Weng Tea Map” lights up the dark sky of the Japanese tea ceremony

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“The furnace kān” placed the small pavilion of the stove and used it for storage

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“Du Basin” is finished with tea, collect all tea sets to prepare for the day.

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The urgent pot of Xiaoping Mountain Kiln

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“Zi Mu Bell” complete set of tea cups

“Carbon” is used to smash charcoal hammer.

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Cerethrous urgent pot

Ancient charcoal fire bleed salary bamboo

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Carbon carbon basin

Modern iron stove

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The four gentlemen in the charcoal stove have their own duties, which is indispensable.

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Boiled water furnace of boiled tea

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