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55ml Chinese Ceramic Single Tea Set Cup

55ml Chinese Ceramic Single Tea Set Cup

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Crafted with high-quality ceramic material and in-glaze decoration technique, this teacup radiates a classic yet stylish charm that will bring beauty to your table setting. The single set cup has a 55ml capacity that provides enough room to store your favorite tea inside its warm walls. With an easy-to-clean surface and a beautiful design, this ceramic cup is sure to become a timeless addition to your kitchenware collection.

  • Type: Teacups
  • Technique: In-glaze Decoration
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Ceramic Type: Pottery


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Chinese Ceramic Tea Cup

Why Chinese Us Ceramic to Make Cups?

Chinese ceramics have a long and rich history that dates back to ancient times. The Chinese have been producing high-quality ceramics for thousands of years, and they continue to be renowned for their craftsmanship and attention to detail.

One of the reasons that Chinese ceramics are so popular for making cups is because of their durability and heat retention. Chinese ceramics are known for their ability to retain heat, which makes them ideal for keeping drinks warm. Additionally, they are often made with high-quality materials and fired at high temperatures, which makes them very strong and resistant to cracking or chipping.

Another reason that Chinese ceramics are popular for making cups is because of their aesthetic appeal. Chinese ceramics are often beautifully decorated with intricate patterns and designs, making them visually appealing and highly sought after. Additionally, they come in a wide range of shapes and sizes, which means that there is a Chinese ceramic cup to suit every taste and preference.

How A Ceramic Tea Cup is Made?

Ceramic tea cups are a popular choice for enjoying tea, coffee, and other hot beverages. They are made through a process that involves several steps, including molding, firing, and glazing. Here's a brief overview of how a ceramic tea cup is made:

  1. Preparing the clay: The first step in making a ceramic tea cup is to prepare the clay. The clay is mixed with water and other materials to create a smooth, workable texture.
  2. Molding: Once the clay is prepared, it's time to mold it into the shape of a tea cup. This can be done using a pottery wheel or by hand.
  3. Drying: After the tea cup is molded, it's left to dry for several hours or even days. This allows the clay to harden and prepare for firing.
  4. Firing: The tea cup is fired in a kiln at a high temperature. This process helps to strengthen the clay and remove any remaining moisture.
  5. Glazing: After the tea cup is fired, it's coated with a layer of glaze. This helps to make the cup waterproof and provides a smooth, shiny surface.
  6. Firing (again): Finally, the tea cup is fired once again at a lower temperature. This helps to set the glaze and finish the cup.