The teacups are made by the soda firing expert, Mupu studio (check here to learn about Mupu).
These two soda-firing teacups are shaped with some facets cut off wet cup that run diagonally from left to right, featuring subtle and unassuming surface with crackles throughout which will deepen as the teacup is used. unglazed before firing , these teacups start to form the glossy glaze when soda reacts with the clay in wood-firing kiln. Depending on where in the kiln the teacup is positioned, each tea cup presents different soda-firing effect.
Cup A is characterized with a stunning gradation of colors from light blue to mottled black, giving it a contemporary touch. The inside is brilliant with a complex surface made up of light blue, navy and purple speckles.
Cup B features clean and gentle glaze in light artic blue , allowing it easily to pair with teapots of multiple colors. The inside is stunning with a nice gradation of colors among blue ,yellow and purple.
Both teacups approximately hold liquid of 85ml up to the rim separately.Pinched out slightly, the rim has a lovely wave outline, allowing pleasure to hold and preventing the hand from heat, while the thick wall provides good heat preservation quality. We hereby offer these two cups for you and recommend referring to the photos for the exact one you are interested in.