Tibetan Tea Pot | Home decor

SKU: 2140TWTeapot


Tibetan Tea Pot

About Tea Pot
The carved teapot is traditionally made with copper and accordingly plated with silver and gold. It is a unique Tibetan teapot with a dragon on the holder grip and the neck respectively, where the dragon represents fortune, authority, growth, luck, and development traditionally.

We are pleased to offer a variety of Buddhist ritual items that will inspire you to perform Buddhist rituals on your altar. Wherever your ritual practice may be, we are here to accompany you in your spiritual practice. We hope this will be a source of great enlightenment for you.

Introduction To The Tea Pot :

Tea in Tibet was an important staple in the diet. The tea was made from Chinese black tea bricks. Butter from yaks and salt were then added and churned together to give a thick, soup-like liquid. This was drunk throughout the day by all social classes. This teapot would have come from an aristocratic family or perhaps a wealthier monastery. There are some minor dents associated with age and use and an overall excellent patina.
Size: 36 cm(Height) and 31 cm(Base)
Weight: 1.86 kg
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To give your space a peaceful, powerful, and attractive feel, we are introducing Buddhism-inspired home décor items to enliven your space with zen vibes, in the form of decoration, an art form, or inspiration.