Clay body Stoneware
Kiln Wood-fired
Inside  Brown glaze
Outside Brown glaze

This tea cup is part of a small collection of ceramics from Wei’s most recent wood-firing at the Shadbolt Centre of Arts in Burnaby, BC.

Wei throws each cup carefully by hand. The pieces are air-dried for 3 days until they are bone dry before trimming and then bisque firing. The cup was wood-fired for 3 days in the kiln, with temperatures maintained at 1400°C. It took around 3 additional days for the wood-fired kiln to slowly drop in temperature, so each piece spent a total of 6 days in the kiln.

A beautiful tea cup with a unique shape that is inspired by wares from the Song Dynasty. It has rich copper tones on the inside with a matte and iridescent finish. The outside has rich mahogany and brown tones.

⌀: 80mm
H: 30mm

Please note that crazing and cracklings may develop in the glaze on the inside. We highly recommend rinsing the cup after each use.

Only 1 piece in stock!

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