Ancient Bamboo-Woven Tea Box of Yao Ethnic Group, Teapot Box


The Yao ethnic group is a minority group that resides mainly in the mountainous regions of southern China, from Hunan to Yunnan provinces, as well as in northern parts of Southeast Asia. The Yao people are known for their rich craftsmanship, particularly in the areas of weaving and embroidery. They also skillfully utilize bamboo, a common material in their surroundings, to create a variety of tools and household items such as tables, stools, baskets, and fishing gear.

This large bamboo basket appears to be suitable as a tea box, capable of holding a teapot and small tea bowls. It showcases the exquisite craftsmanship of the Yao people, with its well-preserved condition and the beautiful patina of the lacquer. It would make a valuable addition to any collection of tea utensils or serve as an elegant decorative piece.

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Goods_Tree | Early modern period|16th-19th century

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