The teacup is made by the soda firing expert, Mupu studio (check hereto learn about Mupu).
The soda-firing teacup has several facets cut off the wet cup, that go down vertically from top to base of the cup. Li blends different colors of clay technically , turning out the pattern of three lines waving across the body. Each facet is patterned with a circle at the bottom as if beads are inlaid into the clay with a lovely gradation of colors from mint green to black. The surface of the teacup features glossy light bluish-green with the crackles offering a pleasant tough, resulted from the reaction between soda and clay during the process of firing. The inside is circled in grey manifesting marks of blending clays with partial greenish-yellow coating.
The teacup holds approximately 140ml of liquid up to the rim making it ideal for intimate tea session without the company of a fair cup if the teapot used is normal size (100ml-150ml). Pinched out slightly, the rim has a lovely wave outline, allowing pleasure to hold and prevent the hand from heat, while the thick wall provides good heat preservation quality.