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NaytanDova

A Chinese printing block

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NaytanDova

Sorry that the characters will be in reverse. I think it is a printing block. Could anybody tell me what it says? Thank you

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司公業茶國中

造製廠茶磗橋李趙

 

Chinese Tea Company

Manufactured by Zhao Li Qiao Tea Brick Factory

 

The characters are not reversed in the picture.

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Shelley

It is a block of highly compressed tea. I have one of these and I have it for decoration as the is not the best tea and it looks brilliant so its a shame to break it up.

 

If you look on the back it should have a "Chocolate Bar" look to it, this is where you can break it up easily.

 

If you handle it a bit you will notice it crumbles a bit and you will get fine tea dust in your hand.

 

I would find somewhere dry and put it on display and enjoy looking at it.

 

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imron

Maybe chip a bit off the back first, brew it up and see if you like it.  You might like the flavour more than you like the look.

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NaytanDova

Haha. It’s a lot at an auction but I’m less inclined to buy a block of tea than a printing block. Thanks for the help. Imagine if I bought it blind and found out at home. I’d be so dissapointed

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