This kettle pot is shaped like a a chrysanthemum petal, with a sense of integrity and unique beauty. The knob of the pot is knotted with three jade rings, and the curvature of the lid is full, matching the lines of the pot body.
Kuanshantang was founded by Ruiyan, who is a collector of metalworks, porcelain, tea wares, and an aesthetician. Ruiyan was strongly attracted and inspired by the beauty of the hand-made, antique Japanese silver kettles, which differs so much from the industrialized, made-wby-machine crafts and wares. Pushed by his own pursuit of the real meaning of beauty, Ruiyan painted the first stroke of kuanshantang, now known as the representative of contemporary Chinese craftsmanship, in 2011. The silver kettles made by kuanshantang are known for their high quality, archaistic designs, and the beautiful details.