The wood-fired teacup is hand thrown in the shape of swirl in Dehua, China . Being fired for 3 days and nights in the kiln, the unglazed white teacup turns out a complex surface with micro crackles across the body , moving between grey and brown with subtle orange pockmarks running round the cup, manifesting a nice visual and textural contrast. The inside features dark green and orange swirls with a mottled effect of brown, providing aesthetic enhancement for the overall cup.
The cup approximately holds liquid of 60ml up to the rim. The rim of each cup is pinched out delicately which prevents the fingers from heat. If you are looking a teacup not only with stylish appearance but also offering an extreme pleasure to hold, then you are in the right place.