Tin setting crafts is traditional in Weihai, which originated from late Guangxu period of Qing Dynasty.
During the British leased period, the tin setting crafts have been sold to UK, France, Singapore, Hongkong and Macau.
The tin settings base on the porcelain of famous Yixing red porcelain and Boshan porcelain in Shandong as raw materials with pure tin from Yunnan. After dozens of steps, including purification, forging, carving, setting and polishing, different tin patterns will be set on precious art wares.
Tin is always set on spout, pot body, cover and pot head in patterns of both traditional blessings and calligraphy & paintings of contemporary celebrities. All the porcelains and jades with clearly and vividly carved, which are in tin and silver, remain the nobility of the original base and represent the charm of the art of tin set.