Those fair cups are made by the studio Mupu which is known for the marine blue glaze (check here to learn about Mupu) .
Both fair cups feature not only the balanced matte blue but the gourd shape, providing a lovely appearance and a pleasure to hold with. Due to the different thickness, the glaze is altered and reacts under extremely high-temperature 1320℃ in the kiln, giving it a lovely gradation of colours from orange to the brown with metallic sheen at the bottom.
Those fair cups hold roughly 200ml liquid with a thin body and rim allowing pleasure to hold and preventing the hand from heat. Being pinched out widely enough, the spout certainly guarantees fast and large pour. Due to the nature of handmade pieces, both fair cups appear lightly different. We advise referring the photos and confirm your selection.