Cha He (Tea Holders)

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  • Hand Carving Bamboo Root Cha He
    Hand Carving Bamboo Root Cha He, mainly to appreciate tea, and its shape mostly is hemispherical mouth, often used in sado for guests to appreciate dry tea, also used in these ways: temporarily contain the dry tea being taken out of tea caddy; and after people enjoy the color and shape of the tea, the tea would be put into the teapot. Besides, people also slightly crush tea in tea holder, in order to increase the concentration of liquid. Tea holder is good tea art as well as tea craft, both functional and artistic. The Hand Carving Bamboo Root Cha He is using to place the dry tea waited to brew. All which is could be used as a tea utensil for placing tea, but tea holder also has the higher value of appreciating tea. And in the tea art performance, we often use it to enjoy tea. Usage: 1 Used to appreciate dry tea for guests. 2 People should not touch the gap site when fetch tea leaves, in order to make tea leaves clean and hygienic. 3 When guests enjoy tea, the left thumb and the other four fingers should hold the tea holder, with right hand holding the bottom.
    $15.81
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  • Yellow Poplar Wooden Cha He
    Yellow Poplar Wooden Cha He, mainly to appreciate tea, and its shape mostly is hemispherical mouth, often used in sado for guests to appreciate dry tea, also used in these ways: temporarily contain the dry tea being taken out of tea caddy; and after people enjoy the color and shape of the tea, the tea would be put into the teapot. Besides, people also slightly crush tea in tea holder, in order to increase the concentration of liquid. Tea holder is good tea art as well as tea craft, both functional and artistic. The Yellow Poplar Wooden Cha He is using to place the dry tea waited to brew. All which is could be used as a tea utensil for placing tea, but tea holder also has the higher value of appreciating tea. And in the tea art performance, we often use it to enjoy tea. Usage: 1 Used to appreciate dry tea for guests. 2 People should not touch the gap site when fetch tea leaves, in order to make tea leaves clean and hygienic. 3 When guests enjoy tea, the left thumb and the other four fingers should hold the tea holder, with right hand holding the bottom.
    $10.32
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  • Natural Bamboo Root Cha He
    Natural Bamboo Root Cha He, mainly to appreciate tea, and its shape mostly is hemispherical mouth, often used in sado for guests to appreciate dry tea, also used in these ways: temporarily contain the dry tea being taken out of tea caddy; and after people enjoy the color and shape of the tea, the tea would be put into the teapot. Besides, people also slightly crush tea in tea holder, in order to increase the concentration of liquid. Tea holder is good tea art as well as tea craft, both functional and artistic. The Natural Bamboo Root Cha He is using to place the dry tea waited to brew. All which is could be used as a tea utensil for placing tea, but tea holder also has the higher value of appreciating tea. And in the tea art performance, we often use it to enjoy tea. Usage: 1 Used to appreciate dry tea for guests. 2 People should not touch the gap site when fetch tea leaves, in order to make tea leaves clean and hygienic. 3 When guests enjoy tea, the left thumb and the other four fingers should hold the tea holder, with right hand holding the bottom.
    $8.87
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