Chinese people have known to like Tea from last thousand years. Taiwan (ROC) issued a set of five stamps on Teapots from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) & Ching Dynasty (1644-1911). These stamps were issued 18 Jan 1991. The Teapots featured are.
2 NT$ – Ming Dynasty Teapot . in underglaze blue. It has a bamboo stalk handle.
3 NT$ – Ming Dynasty Lustrous white Teapot. Two creeping dragon figures as handle and spout.
9 NT$ – Ching Dynasty Teapot with Landscape motif. Large mouth for long leaf green tea.
12 NT$ – Ching Dynasty Rectangular Teapot with Passion flower motif. the knob of the lid is in the shape of a ling chih fungus
Taiwan (ROC) issued a set of stamps on ancient Chinese enamelware on 20 May 1982. Enamelling is said to have been introduced into China from Istanbul by Arabs. The Chinese term for enamelware “Fa lang” is derived from Fo-Lang-chi a medieval name for Istanbul.
NT $2.00 -Champlev enamelware-Plate & Cup – Chien-lung ware (1736-1795).
NT $5.00 – Cloisonne enamelware – Gold-plated Duck – Chien-lung ware (1736-1795)
NT $8.00 -Painted enamelware -Incense burner – Kang -hsi ware (1662-1722 AD)
NT $12.00 -Cloisonne enamelware – Milk-tea pot – Chien-lung ware (1736-1795 AD).The cylindrical piece has three sections . The spout and handle are shaped like a dragon.
Sri Lanka issued a Ten rupees coin in 2017 to commemorate 150 Anniversary of Ceylon Tea. The details are given below.
Chromium Plated steel coin of 8.4 grams, Diameter 26.5 mm.
Logo of Tea 150th Anniversary. “1867-2017″ on top. Two Leaves and Bud on sides. within Circle Spotted Ceylon Lion standing facing left with a sword in the right paw.”Ceylon Tea Symbol of Quality” in two lines.Below large “150” in the inner circle.
Large Numeral “10”.Rupees in Sinhala, English & Tamil.”Sri Lanka” in Sinhala at apex and in Tamil and English on left and Right.