Teacup Set/2 White Goldfish Cups, 3oz
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A work of art, this pair of cups share the same soft celadon exterior and a bright white interior featuring the same subject matter: a goldfish with a flowing tail. The difference? The color and the position of each goldfish. When set together, the two goldfish face away from each other. Japanese green teas are beautiful in these serenely delicate cups, and consider using them for a fine saki!
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- Each distinctively different cup holds 3-oz of tea of your favorite tea or liqueur.
- These cups are very thin so we do not recommend using them in a dishwasher. to maintain the beauty of these teacups, hand wash only.
- Have you noticed that the flavor of tea changes and opens-up as the tea liquid cool? When the tea is hot, some of the flavors are obscured. While drinking your tea, be mindful of the flavors as the tea cools. How does the tea's flavor change at different points of time? At which point in time is the tea most flavorful for you?
- Fine china was first produced in China during the Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE). Fine china is made from kaolin, a type of white clay. The Europeans didn't discover how to make fine china until 1704 when the German physicist Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus discovered the secret of using kaolin.