Pure gold lined teacup
The painting is originated from Ming Dynasty royal court, Qing Lian Yu, blue lotus, the pronunciation of Qing Lian rimes with incorruptible, the royal kiln made Qing Lian porcelains were bestowed by the emperors to the government officials to remind them to serve the court with honesty.
Blue and white with red under glaze is a technique began in Ming Dynasty, not only difficult to make but also costly as the red under clay coloring agent requires gold.
100 ml in volume
Gold being the most stable metal, it is ideal for serviong tea. The result is the purist cup of tea, the truest self, aroma is more pronounced, the texture is sharper, the taste has more defined layers, every element is truly reflected and heightened in this gold cup. Tea drinking experience is at best in gold! Particularly for aromatic teas.
Price is for one cup