Reading with fragrance as a friend, alone with fragrance as a companion; clothes need fragrance, be warmed by fragrance; above the public hall with fragrance to foil its solemnity, under the Matsushita with fragrance to decorate its elegance. Tune the string and play the piano, the fragrance of a Bing can help its heart and guide its rhyme; on tea, painting and calligraphy, why do you gather without fragrance? This is the ancient literati and fragrance. Ancient gentlemen have four elegance – fighting fragrance, tasting tea, arranging flowers and hanging pictures, among which the mastery of fragrance is the first talent. The fragrance culture handed down by the ancients to this day has rich connotations, and its fragrances, perfumery, incense and chanting are also colorful and interesting. In Tang Dynasty, Li Mi liked to bring fragrances into the mountains alone, choose a flat place, sit on the ground, burn fragrance and make the fragrance merge with the fragrance of trees in the mountains, “soothe the whistling feelings, feel the reason of heaven and earth”. The Ming Dynasty painter Wen Zhenheng’s Records of Long Things describes incense burning: “Sitting on a few tables in the sun, putting one of the big ones in Nitai, putting a stove on it, one of the big ones in fragrance harmony, putting ripe incense; the small one, putting such as aloes and incense cakes; the bottle one.” Two stoves are not allowed in the studio, and they should not be placed on the drawing table, in line with the bottle boxes. Porcelain stoves should be used in summer and copper stoves in winter. So incense burning has become a way of life. Here we can also see that scholars pay attention to the aromatic appliances and the variety of aromatic products. Below we will take you to understand the classification and use of perfume. Perfume utensils are some utensils needed for the use of fragrances, also known as fragrance utensils (strictly speaking, the tools used in fragrance making are called “fragrance utensils”, and the tools used in fragrance making are called “fragrance utensils”. In addition to the most common incense burners, there are also hand stoves, buckets, incense pots (incense cages), bedding stoves, Lavender balls (incense balls), perfume cuttings, incense trays, incense boxes, incense clips, incense sticks, shovels, spoons, sachets and so on. The ragrances with rich shapes are not only for the convenience of using different types of fragrances, but also for some beautiful ornaments.