Those zisha teacups are made by Yu, a free potter based in Jingdezhen (check here to learn more about Yu).
Those teacups are textured with a thick brush of reddish-brown clay (清水泥, a kind of zisha) on the exterior surface, giving the impression of a traditional Chinese tiled roof, feeling uneven in the hands. The inside is glazed and appears beige with dark spots spreading throughout. The slender body and overall design give the cup a contemporary touch, presenting a perfect marriage of tradition and modernity.
The line of teacups approximately holds liquid of 40ml up to the rim individually. The rim is pinched out slightly, allowing pleasure to hold and preventing the hand from heat. Due to the nature of handmade pieces, the appearances of those cups vary slightly different. You will receive any cup selected optionally.