This faircup is hand thrown and engraved by the potterWu Yiyan based in Jingdezhen. Being obsessed with the contemporary esthetics, Yiyan is credited with the simplicity and elegance reflected on his works.
With the ashplant glaze blended by the potter himself, the fair cup features the balanced and pleasing off-white, giving an unstated but stylish appearance. It textured with pin-stripes which is hand engraved one by one before being applied glaze. Made of fine clay and engraved exquisitely throughout with an extremely wall of the body, the faircup offers a soft touch and pleasure to fit with your hands.
The fair cup holds roughly 170ml of liquid with a thin body. With the rim pinched out slightly, the fair cup is good for holding. As the spout is expertly pinched out, the spout certainly guarantees smooth pour.
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