The teacup is made by a creative and accomplished team called Bian in Jingdezhen (check here to see more about Bian).
The teacup is applied with a special glaze blended by Bian on its own which turns out brown and blue at the same time depending on how much glaze used, offering a significant visual contrast. The texture is stunning with the stripes etched into the surface running vertically from the left to the right which is engraved from one to another by hand, being aesthetically beautiful in form.There are some holes near the rim, and the bottom of the teacup is painted with gold colour, providing an aesthetic enhancement of wabisabi.
The teacup approximately holds liquid of 70ml up to the holes near the rim. The thick wall guarantees the ability to preserve the heat well. The overall piece leaves nothing to wish for so that it is worth including it in your collection of cups.