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|Use::||Non-staple Foods||Color::||OEM Color|
|Place Of Origin::||Fujian,China||Product Name::||Holiday, Wedding Candy Box|
|Advantage::||High Quality||Material:||Tin Plate|
|Size:||Depend On Customer Order|
This is a vintage tea box tin that was used in China in the 40s. It's decorated with flower patterns and has a lid on it, so it can be kept as an ornament or to store other things inside of it. This vintage tea tins lot dates back to the Qing Dynasty and is in great condition. The surface features intricate floral designs and the interior is lined with a blue background.
There are two large compartments for storing green and white tea leaves as well as black, yellow, and red loose tea leaves. Tea boxes are also known as tins, biscuit trays, or bergens, top with a beautiful flower design, and interesting decorations all over the body of the box. The details on this treasure are unmatched in craftsmanship.
Instead of storing your tea in a jar or teacup, you can store it in tins. Tins offer the additional benefits of being airtight, convenient to use and durable. They also have a shelf life that's significantly longer than jars and cups - up to 10 years according to some companies. There are many people who like to store their tea in tins rather than using a teapot.
There are a lot of different types of vintage tin tea boxes that you can use for your tea. Some tins will come with measurements of how much you need to put in each tin, while other tins will be more general and may require more creativity on the part of the user.
Having tea is a good idea, but when it's time to clean up the kettle and tea cups, you'll probably end up with a few soggy teabags. Keep your tea leaves fresh with these tins for tea storage. Many people, especially those who prefer loose tea to bags, use a tea tin to store their favorite flavors. This tin can be filled with different teas and placed on the top shelf of a pantry or cabinet. These tins will also come with a lid that helps prevent the flavors from getting stale or dusty.
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Why buy vintage tea tins?
Tea has been consumed for thousands of years and has long been praised as one of the most healthful beverages to have. Tea comes in many forms and flavors, but it's popularity is waning in North America. This is largely due to the fact that tea was traditionally brewed using boiled water and a teapot. Nowadays, most people prefer to brew their tea using an electric kettle for convenience. Many people buy tin tea tins because they are new or fashionable and want to show off their collection. But, vintage tea tins make great gifts for family and friends too. There's nothing that says "thank you" more than a tin of this vintage chinese tea tin.