The two teacups are handmade by the skilled potter Wu in Jingdezhen who has engaged in making potteries for 27 years since his young apprenticeship. Looking through his wood-fired potteries , we are impressed by the uncommon appearance of his work of art which reflects fully his bumble personality and endless effort in extending the range of wood-fired possibilities .
Both teacups are textured with snow-white drippings and speckles providing a snowy effect which is created by interaction between ash of wood and original unglazed clay in a complicated firing process. The appearance of clay moves between various shades of purple , white and green. Several drips vertically run down the bottom on the inside, then turn speckles and spread on a green pool, presenting a stunning pattern.
Both teacups hold around 120ml of liquid respectively. The rim of each cup is pinched out delicately which prevents the fingers from heat. The thick wall of both cup guarantees its ability to preserve the heat well . We hereby offer these two cups with rare patterns for you and recommend referring to the photos for the exact one you are interested in.