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One contented with his lot has water enough; greedy ones have none. Fairness, from “The Book of Rites · Rite Movement”, “Dadao’s action, the world is fair”, refers to fairness, objectivity, and reasonableness. Respecting the original appearance of things is the most basic rule, and this kind of thought is reflected in the tea ceremony, that is, the cup of fairness.

The fair cup used for making tea, also known as the even cup or the sea of tea, was introduced to mainland China in the 1970s. It looks like a teapot without a spout and is also called an open-mouth pot. Just from its name, it makes people love it. Originally it was a Japanese saki-drinking vessel, but with the use and recommendation of Taiwanese tea masters, it has become a “fair cup” on the tea table.

Glass mugs are the hottest selling items.

Currently, more and more people are choosing to use the fair-cup made of heat resistant glass. Its craftsmanship is delicate, thin and transparent, high-pressure low-foam, and the tea color will be seen clearly. Enjoying tea with a leisurely feeling of satisfaction.

translate: The official cup of the pot is the most antique.
rewrite: The cup used by the potter most resembles antiquity.

The teapot has existed since the Sui Dynasty, and was very popular in the mid-Tang Dynasty. Its shape is beautiful and elegant, used as a tea separator to show the elegance of tea art, with many filter mouths at the outlet, practical and beautiful, light and free.

The most humanistic of baked brick tea cups.

Literati artifacts tend to lean towards an “old” aesthetic. Charcoal burning has an unpredictable beauty, its aura thickened by the passage of time. This helps bring out the mellow flavor of the tea soup, like that of a gentle young master – warm and smooth, like tea.

Pure silver goblet has the most majestic look.

First of all, silver teaware can achieve the effect of softened water and at the same time, its noble silver color with its majestic hue and low-key design makes a perfect combination in a tea ceremony. Its unique style stands out without being too obtrusive. The downside of it in terms of use is that it needs insulation, is prone to oxidation, and it’s not easy to observe the color of the soup.

When selecting a fair cup, its capacity should be matched with the teapot or lid bowl. Generally speaking, the fair cup should be slightly larger than the pot and lid bowl. Transparent fair cups are easy to observe the soup color. Fair cups made of purple sandstone and chafing can enhance the aroma of tea. In terms of the shape of the fair cup, any opening shape should be based on the principle of allowing the tea soup to flow smoothly.