This line of teacups is made by Hu Ke in Jingdezhen, an important pottery centre in China. Hu used to be a media worker in his early career. However, with a passion for nature and countryside life growing gradually, Hu made up his mind to quit the well-developed media work and put his root in Jingdezhen to devote himself to wood firing where he is able to feel the truth of nature and life. Despite no brilliant appearance, those teacups are worth collecting in your cupboard for their discreet elegance. Made of fine clay, each teacup appears elaborate and glossy with cracks throughout after several days straight of wood firing at high temperature, offering a pleasure to touch. Those cups also feature light green-yellow drippings with a variety of dark spots inside and outside. Thanks to light clean color , those cups are easy to fit the various tune of a tea set. Each teacup holds roughly 30 ml up to the rim, making it a good option for a multi-drinkers tea session. Due to the one-of-a-kind result of the wood firing, the appearances of those cups vary slightly different. You will receive a set of two cups selected optionally.